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Popular types of food in Scotland

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  • LeodhasachLeodhasach Member ✭✭
    I love veggie haggis too so will allow you to stay.  :D @Leodhasach
    I'll let you off, as long as you don't feed it to your dog :)
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  • LizaLiza Member
    I really like a haggis, neeps and tatties. And cullen skink. I miss it in Russia. :/

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  • ZubenelgenubiZubenelgenubi Member ✭✭
    Liza said:
    I really like a haggis, neeps and tatties. And cullen skink. I miss it in Russia. :/

    Cullen Skink.... awesome. Going to buy a tin tonight :D
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  • VisitScotlandJulieVisitScotlandJulie Member, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff
    I love beetroot and oatcakes along with my stovies.  :)
  • VisitScotlandAlisonVisitScotlandAlison Member, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff
    Fit aboot a Forfar Bridie, still warm with that delicious short pastry - eat it out the paper bag, it's the perfect end to that cycle, walk or motorbike ride. Buy them from Sadlers or McLarens, both in the High Street. 
  • johnmurrayjnrjohnmurrayjnr Member ✭✭✭

    So many to choose from. Seafood, fresh produce from the land, meats, fruits, cheeses.

    We are truly spoilt.  I do enjoy Scotch Pancakes though. They were so good from Baxters in Fochabers.

    I had an amazing Steak at Plockton Shores.

    Has anyone tried The Wee Restaurant in North Queensferry?




  • johnmurrayjnrjohnmurrayjnr Member ✭✭✭
    Oh, also a Mince Pie from Barnett's (various shops in the East Neuk) and duck from the Michelin Star Restaurant, The Cellar in Anstruther.
  • CatzCatz Member ✭✭
    I like venison with a red wine sauce, that's one of my favourite treats. Haggis is good too as long as you have it with the neeps and tatties, although my favourite has to be fresh fish from the East Neuk of Fife, you can buy it straight from the local fish sheds in St Monans or one of the merchants has opened a stall on Pittenweem harbour next to the fish market which should be great ! Open for the summer, I'm heading along next week to try it out.
  • BertVerninskBertVerninsk Member ✭✭
    When i was on holiday in Glencoe I went to the fish n chip shop in Kinlochleven which does Stronoway haggis suppers (don't think they do a non-veggie but they might haha) Which is a totally different tasting haggis from usual haggis - must be a special Stornoway thing. Worth a try if your up that way.
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