Greene King Opens Dyce Farm Carvery Restaurant in Aberdeen
Pub operator Greene King has opened a new carvery restaurant, Dyce Farm, in a new build site in Aberdeen’s ABZ Business Park on International Avenue near Aberdeen airport.
The new 320-cover restaurant and bar is part of the Greene King’s Farmhouse Inns chain. As well as serving up a traditional carvery, there is also a full range of pub classics on the menu.
General Manager, John Tracey, said, “There’s been a significant investment from Greene King and I think Dyce Farm really has something for everyone. We have a family section and adults section and sell a wide range of beers, wine and ales.
What sets us apart from the rest of the carvery sector is that we’ve got a full menu including a grill and our huge selection of cakes, which is made by a specialist team of bakers onsite. The cakes are huge and really have the wow factor. Our eclairs could probably feed a family of four!”
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