Musa is a restaurant, art gallery and live music venue in the merchant quarter of old Aberdeen.
A haven from conformity and mundane, where fresh, contemporary food lives alongside cutting-edge art and live music against the canvas of a 19th century church.
Our eclectic menu fuses world inspired cuisine with quirky interpretations of Scottish staples. We fiercely advocate an artisanal, old world approach to food, focusing on local produce from small Scottish suppliers.
Open Tuesday-Saturday, 12 noon until late (normally around 11.30pm) Musa serves lunch (12-5pm), early evening meals (5-7pm Tues-Thurs) and dinner (5pm-late) with our high standards extending beyond food with quality drinks from BrewDog amongst others and coffee by The Naked Bean.
We're also available for private events, weddings, Christmas nights and host bespoke beer dinners.
How good are we? Let's put it this way. When BBC MasterChef 2011 winner Tim Anderson wanted to come to Scotland, Musa was the first restaurant he came to.
But it's not just about us. We put on live music at the weekend and open mic nights every Monday from 8pm onwards to encourage new talent, we share our recipes on YouTube for you to try at home.
Sour oranges, Karate Kids and DJ's...certainly a varied week in the Aberdeen blogosphere. Read more...