7 restaurants to grab a bite to eat during Nuart Aberdeen

Nuart Aberdeen will make its highly anticipated return for its fifth edition.

From Thursday 9th June to Sunday 12th June, the globally acclaimed and much-loved street art festival will once again transform the city’s gray walls into works of art.

And while Nuart Aberdeen is admired by locals and tourists alike, the festival is a great opportunity for the city’s food outlets to attract new and old customers.

If you’re planning on joining a guided tour or just looking to browse the art at your own pace, we’ve put together a list of restaurants to stop at along the way.

Mrs. Mews

If you want to experience arguably the best authentic Thai food in town during the festival, we highly recommend visiting Mrs. Mews.

With such a varied offering, you’re sure to find something that tickles your fancy.

And to top it off, the dishes are also available to take away, so you can also enjoy them while strolling through Nuart Aberdeen.

7 Summer Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1SB

Maggie’s Grill

Not a Thai food lover? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

Another of our main recommendations is Maggie’s GrillAberdeen’s first and original soul food restaurant.

The menu features a selection of delicious, freshly prepared BBQ and Cajun dishes including chili, pulled pork, nachos, macaroni, brisket, ribs and more.

242 Holburn Street, Aberdeen, AB10 6DB

food history

From morning to evening, the team of food history serves food for all dietary needs. They also make tasty coffee, of course.

Eye-catching and tempting soups, stews, dips, salads and cakes are part of the offering.

But if you want us to advise you what is best to order, we invite you to consider a freshly baked pastry…

11-15 Thistle Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1XZ

View of Kirk

View of Kirk recently moved from Aberdeen’s Union Terrace to Belmont Street. But did this affect the high level of service and the high quality of the food served? Absolutely not.

The independent restaurant has a passion for fresh ingredients, so you can rest assured that your food will delight all the senses and leave you feeling satisfied.

47 Belmont Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1JS

pig’s wings

pig’s wings is a street food-style takeaway that serves a selection of loaded fries, burgers, salads and sides, as well as local craft beers, wines and cocktails.

The Nuart Aberdeen map isn’t short, so you’ll need to get your food fix at some point during the trip. Food from The Pig’s Wings will do.

22 Upper Kirkgate, Aberdeen, AB10 1BA

Noose and monkey

Considered one of the city’s best-loved bars since it opened in 2000, mouth-watering food and drinks are available at Noose and monkey.

Located in the heart of the Rosemont district, it couldn’t be easier to access it while participating in the street art festival.

There is also a newly added outdoor terrace that you can enjoy if the sun decides to come out.

31-35 Rosemount Viaduct, Aberdeen, AB25 1NQ

latin way

Serving the best cuisine from Argentina to Mexico to Venezuela is latin wayon Belmont Street.

Whether you’re hungry for fresh and hearty arepas, a choripán or burrito – or looking to experience new flavors from around the world – during Nuart Aberdeen, then this is the place to visit.

8 Belmont Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1JE

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