Areas We Cover

The national lottery has produced more than 40 millionaires in just Aberdeen alone, making this city one of Scotland’s luckiest post codes! You’re also lucky to have Hog Roast Stonehaven on your door to serve the best Hog Roast roll in the north east of Scotland. If you can’t find your town in the list below, there’s no need to worry, call us today and one of our friendly staff members will make sure we can bring our bespoke catering to you (you’ve surely hit the jackpot there!)

Aberdeenshire is full of prehistoric and historic heritage, with 263 castles and over 165 miles of beautiful coastline, there’s no reason why anyone shouldn’t visit here and why we’re lucky to live here. If you’re a nature lover, then we’d suggest you check out the kittiwakes, puffins, razorbills and great black-backed gulls that live at The Bullars of Buchan. If history is more your cup of tea then why not check out the Dunnottar Castle, a stunning coastal castle which sits on 440 million year old surface and has been visited by Mary Queen of Scots herself. If you’d prefer to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, then Footdee is the perfect place for you. This cozy village-like neighbourhood is full of sculptures, tiny homes and paintings making it unique and a treat for the eyes, a great escape from the Granite City. If you’re more of a foodie then you can contact Hog Roast Stonehaven on 01224 418194, for delicious bespoke menus.

Aberdeenshire is famous for its Sheep’s Head Broth, Haggis and Aberdeen Rowie, here at Hog Roast Stonehaven we won’t make you try any of the weird traditional foods (unless you want to). Sheep’s Head Broth also known as Powsowdie, is exactly what you expect… sounds tasty – right? If you prefer something sweeter an Aberdeen Rowie, also known as a buttery is a savoury Scottish bread roll, that can be described as tasting like a flattened croissant with a very salty taste.