Haggis, which consists of sheep’s or calf’s offal with suet, oatmeal, and spices, is a delicious, typically Scottish food. Here are the best places to enjoy it in Edinburgh.
The Royal Mcgregor, Edinburgh
It is impossible to talk about traditional Scottish cuisine in Edinburgh without mentioning the Royal Mile, the area from Holyrood Palace to Edinburgh Castle crowded with all Scottish shops and restaurants. Royal McGregor has established more than ten years as a friendly, comfortable place to catch a meal. Its haggis option is particularly appealing. As a beginner, there are haggis fritters with sweet peppers and honey sauces, and for the main dish, you can try the Highlander burger with haggis and whiskey sauce.
Another pub on the Royal Mile, near Royal McGregor, is Whiski Bar. This warm and friendly pub is full of live music every night. Its mission is to become Scottish as possible, something that is reflected in the local fresh ingredients. Whiski Bar offers a haggis heap as an appetizer and a haggis tower, the traditional haggis, neeps, and tatties. Complete your meal with a glass of whiskey.
Arcade Bar, Haggis & Whisky House
Specialties of Arcade Bar are Scotland's most famous products, haggis, and whiskey. The perfect combination of both is Robert Burn, Famous Haggis, it's a haggis tower, neeps and delicious tatties dipped in delicious whiskey sauce. If you happen to pop by at breakfast, not dinner, fear not: Scottish breakfast options include haggis, along with bacon, sausages, brown chops, mushrooms, beans, eggs, tomatoes, and crispy toast.
Sir Walter Scott Tea Room
Sir Walter Scott tea room is located on the third floor of a Scottish gift shop named Romanes and Paterson. The lovely Scottish friendly staff, fresh food and prepared in order, and have a magnificent view from the window of Princess St. Gardens and Castle. Like everything else, this lovely restaurant haggis is fresh and delicious and can be found in Scottish breakfast as well as in MacSween haggis with oatcakes.
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The Last Drop
Named after the last hanging in Grassmarket, The Last Drop is one of the ghost pubs in Edinburgh. It is known for ghosts dressed as a medieval girl who is said to haunt the facility. This pub is a haggis lover's paradise, offering haggis, neeps and tatties like a beginner, entrée, and even a vegetarian option.
Bert’s Bar is one of the most lively places to enjoy some Scottish cuisine. The menu offers delicious haggis in creative ways such as the bite of haggis with mustard and the best part of one of Bert's famous cakes. The cakes are served with mashed potato chips, peas or beans, and gravy on the side.
Greyfriars Bobby's Bar
This traditional pub is named after a Skye Terrier hound named Bobby, who spent 14 years faithfully watching his master when his master died in 1858. The faithful dog was commemorated by A friendly statue and pub. Haggis can be found in classic haggis, neeps, and tatties both at the beginning and as an entrée, available for vegetarians too.
Wedgwood The Restaurant
Winning numerous awards and recognition, Wedgwood the Restaurant has become one of the best dining places in Edinburgh. The restaurant is known for using the best, freshest and most often unique ingredients. Haggis features in many different forms on the menu; You can try it as part of venison, with leeks, sugar beets, truffle mushrooms, and basil. Less than a traditional Scottish pub, Wedgwood the Restaurant gives you a great culinary experience without any pride.
The White Hart
White Hart, a place that Oliver Cromwell, William Wordsworth, and Robert Burns have eaten, is one of Edinburgh's most lively and lively pubs, with live music every night. Top quality Haggis is served in a form that suits everyone Taste, with vegetarian options also available.