Elior’s passion and dedication to customer experience, quality and craftsmanship were winning strengths for Aberdeen Art Gallery. Its development chefs are busy creating unique menus for the site to celebrate the region’s rich cultural heritage and create a stir amongst visitors.

The art gallery’s main café, balcony and hospitality will be transformed as visitors enjoy Elior’s tempting range of cakes, pastries, salads, specialty tea and coffee, and hot dishes using seasonal ingredients. There will also be an afternoon tea offering and a craft baker will be on-site, baking delicious breads, cakes and scones.


Kenny Finlayson, Managing Director at Elior said: “The highly-anticipated re-opening of Aberdeen Art Gallery has created a great deal of excitement and enthusiasm amongst the Elior team. We are honoured to have been selected as the Art Gallery’s catering partner. We look forward to providing a food service that is in complete synergy with the Gallery so that it becomes an important attraction to visitors in its own right. Through our commitment to the key pillars of craft, provenance and quality we will deliver catering that is a key part of the whole enjoyable visitor experience.”

Cllr Marie Boulton, Aberdeen City Council’s culture spokesperson, said, “The food and drink offer delivered by Elior at Aberdeen At Gallery will be a perfect complement to the building. It will be a relaxing, modern and contemporary setting for gallery visitors and passersby. With Elior confirmed as our catering partner, we look forward to world-class food and service delivery at Aberdeen’s flagship cultural venue.”

Elior UK is a leading heritage, leisure and entertainment caterer, with other heritage sites including St Fagan’s National History Museum and St Albans Cathedral & Osbourne House.