Good quality food, disabled parking, helpful manager and always two vegetarian choices. Tables give enough space for seating.
Dorothy R - 13th June 2013
Good pub food at really good prices. Most mains are less than 10pounds. The Chicken parmesan is really good also the Fish and Chips. Lovely views from the conservatory but you need to book in advance for that.
Yazanmas - 18th May 2014
The Garlogie seem to have got it right, good traditional food. I was tempted by the deserts and have to say the sticky toffee pudding was to die for. Plenty of toffee sauce. Will I be back? Yes!
Graemsy1 - 4th May 2014
Love this place will always come back. Nick the owner is fantastic and so so kind. A must try for everyone.
ElyseG123 - 28th April 2014
After a business meeting I took my Dutch colleague out for lunch. I opted for the Garlogie Inn and this proved to be an excellent well earned treat!
The menu offers a great range of choices and there are some good traditional dishes. Our lunch arrived and it was fantastic. The service is great, the atmosphere was good and by just after midday the restaurant was almost full.
This place is simply superb and not overly expensive. Well worth the short journey from Aberdeen. You will not be disappointed.
TJB333333 - 5th April 2014
The Garlogie Inn is a well known, family-run bar & restaurant, situated on the B9119 Aberdeen to Tarland Road.
The Inn dates back to the 1800’s when it was a Port & Ale House; a stop over point for coachmen to water their horses and have a “wee dram”, before heading up to Royal Deeside.
In 1986, John & Thelma Quinn bought the Garlogie Inn and undertook a complete refurbishment to form the bar & restaurant.
Having recently celebrated our 27th anniversary, we remain as popular as ever, providing great service and delicious home-cooked food, in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.