Meal time in any culture is what brings everyone together.  A time to talk about your day and catch up with those around you. You can be forgiven if you think the scots only eat haggis after all that’s what we are famous for.  You can’t come to Scotland without trying some.  However, we do serve up some mighty fine delights.  Why not try one of Scotland’s 14 Michelin star restaurants and see for yourself what eating out here is all about. See below for a listing of Michelin restaurants:

Andrew Fairlie, Gleneagles Hotel

21212, Edinburgh

Boath House, Nairn, Highlands

Braidwoods, Dalry, Ayrshire

Isle of Eriska, near Oban, Argyll

Kinloch Lodge, Skye

Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond, Cameron House

Number One, Edinburgh

Peat Inn, near St Andrews, Fife

Restaurant Martin Wishart, Edinburgh

Sangster, Elie, Fife

The Kitchin, Edinburgh

However, if fine dining is not your thing then there are plenty of other options available to you. From meaty savouries to delightful treats, our traditional dishes include Scottish smoked salmon, black pudding, stovies, scotch pies, fish and chips, Lorne sausage (also known as square sausage) shortbread and tablet.  Each region boasts its own traditional delicacies so be sure to ask the locals what they would recommend. Just remember not to leave without sampling one of our fine Scottish whisky’s.  There are over 100 working whisky distilleries in Scotland so if your passing one why not pop in.  there are an abundance of pubs, bars, and restaurants throughout the country where you can also try local beers and spirits.  One things for sure, you will not go hungry or thirsty here.

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