What to eat and drink in the Trinity Centre

From picking up your lunch, a coffee, mid-morning smoothie, breakfast meetings or even some snacks; The Trinity Centre houses some amazing food and drink options.

A day at the shops, or even a quick visit, is usually always punctuated with a food and  / or drink stop! Pretty sure we have seen “my cardio is shopping” on a tote bag before and this definitely means making time to fuel up.

Costa Coffee in Debenhams

One of the favourite’s located in the heart of Union street on the ground floor of Debenhams. Make sure you check out the very cool “costagram” wall  too, where Costa drinks have been pictured in various Aberdeen-famous places!

Zumo – Fresh Smoothie Bar

No further introductions needed! Fresh and made-to-order juices and smoothies in various size (including a kids version) and with added boost if needed.


Holland & Barrett

Stacked with health food and natural remedies, Holland & Barrett in the Trinity Centre also stock savoury snacks, confectionery, sweet treats and sweet snacks.



Known for its pies and doughnuts, Greggs make fresh sandwiches and wraps daily and stock salad bowls, fruit pots, granola yoghurt pots and desserts too. There is also a sit-in option.

Flying Tiger

From biscuit tins, to rice cakes, confectionery, sweet and savoury snacks; Flying Tiger offers a helping hand with stocking up the cupboards at home / in the office or snacking on the go.

Debenhams Restaurant

Delicious hot food prepared daily, soup and sandwiches, baguettes, cakes, pastries and children’s lunch boxes available on the top floor of Debenhams in the Aberdeen Trinity Centre. The Restaurant has plenty of seating, colouring in for the children and facilities to heat baby’s milk too.

Food and drink in the Aberdeen Trinity Centre are open Monday to Wednesday until 6pm, Thursday until 8pm, Friday and Saturday until 6pm and Sunday until 5pm.