Scottish food and drink

Scotland is renowned for its unrivalled produce, and its unspoilt habitats and varied weather are perfect for producing a wide variety of high quality fresh fruit and vegetables, fish and meat and much more.

The country’s fantastic natural larder has inspired many world-class chefs and this is reflected in Scotland being home to no less than 16 Michelin-starred restaurants.

Enjoy sumptuous dishes and exceptional culinary experiences across Scotland from unique cafes and award-winning fish and chip shops to traditional restaurants and world-class eateries. Why not pick-up some of Scotland’s culinary offerings direct from the producers at the country’s outstanding farmers’ markets?

Head to one of Scotland’s fun and informative food festivals that are held throughout the year to celebrate and showcase local produce and culinary talent.

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Explore the land of whisky

To discover Speyside, Scotland's most prolific whisky-producing region in the stunning Highlands, is to discover the taste of Scotland

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Haggis

As Scotland’s national dish, haggis is renowned as being one of the country's most famous icons.

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Seasonal produce

Enjoy seasonal tastes, from tender lamb in spring and fresh summer berries to autumnal game meats and winter’s seafood harvest.

A delicious main course of lemon sole, poached scallops and calamari Provencal, with young fennel and samphire

Michelin-star restaurants

Discover Scotland's natural larder and enjoy a fantastic dining experience at the country's 16 Michelin-starred restaurants.

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Taste Our Best

Find out about Taste Our Best, a Quality Assurance scheme which helps you identify the best places to eat and drink in Scotland

Whisky Month 2014

Whisky Month 2014

Explore the unique flavours of whisky at the diverse range of events and festivals as part of Scotland’s Whisky Month in May.

A platter of delicious Scottish shortbread beside a decanter full of Scotch whisky

Traditional Scottish food

Discover the traditional dishes and food that make up Scottish fare from porridge to haggis and much more.

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