Popular Aberdeen restaurant The Adelphi Kitchen has reopened to the public, after being bought by new owners.
The venue closed in September 2016 but has now been acquired by CranberryCo., which runs a number of other restaurants and bars in the city, including Fusion Bar + Bistro and No.1 Bar & Grill.
The name will be retained, as will the cosy feel and laid-back atmosphere. The menu has been refreshed with a unique selection of modern, Scottish bistro-style dishes, created using local, seasonal produce that has been sustainably sourced.
Newly appointed head chef Chris Brant, who has worked with renowned chefs such as David Nicholls at The Royal Gardens in London, developed the new dishes to complement Adelphi classics such as Mac ‘n’ Cheese.
The Adelphi Kitchen opened its doors this week, with bookings being taken now for lunch and dinner.
Mark Cavanagh, owner of CranberryCo., said: “The Adelphi Kitchen is a fantastic addition to our family of restaurants and bars and we couldn’t be more pleased to be able to reopen this popular venue. The food, service, and general vibe will be of the same quality as previously associated with the restaurant, serving some of the best local produce in town, including locally-landed seafood.”
Head chef Chris Brant added: “I am looking forward to working with the team at The Adelphi Kitchen and bringing back aspects of the popular menu but with a few new additions. While we’re still making use of the chargrilling facilities in the restaurant, we’re particularly focused on producing a unique and interesting menu. I’m incredibly excited to welcome the public back into The Adelphi.”