Traditional local recipes
From Arbroath Smokies and Aberdeen Angus beef to the Selkirk Bannock and haggis, there are plenty of mouth-watering local delicacies and fresh produce to enjoy across Scotland.
Once you've sampled them, why not try and recreate some wonderful dishes yourself? Pick up all the required ingredients and get some expert advice direct from the producers at Scotland's weekly farmers' markets and regular food festivals.
Scotland is bursting with fine dining establishments and is home to no fewer than 16 Michelin-starred restaurants. Five of these can be found in Edinburgh, which means the city (along with Dublin) has the second highest number of Michelin-starred restaurants outside London. From Knockinaam in Portpartick, Dumfries & Galloway, to The Albannach Hotel in Sutherland, you can enjoy world-class dishes.
Food and drink trails
Uncover the fascinating stories behind Scotland’s natural larder, along the country’s specialist food trails, while sampling the produce along the way.
Delve into the world of whisky in Speyside, along the Malt Whisky Trail, the only one of its kind in the world, or sample succulent mussels, lobster and salmon along the west coast’s Seafood Trail.
Where to visit
Find out everything there is to know about Scotland's national drink with a tour of one of the country's many whisky distilleries, and discover the different whisky regions, which each produce their own distinct flavours.