Discover more about Scottish food with protected status, from Arbroath Smokies to Stornoway Black Pudding.
The quality of Scotland's produce is unrivalled, from succulent, freshly-caught seafood, to award-winning meat and seasonal fruit and vegetables. There are also lots of excellent traditional dishes to enjoy no matter what time of day it is. From a bowl of porridge to start your day to rounding off an evening meal with cranachan, the traditional dishes are not to be missed.
A platter of fresh Scottish shellfish, as served at the Cairndow Oyster Bar and Restaurant, Loch Fyne
A selection of fresh seafood
E. Flett Family Butcher Stromness, Mainland, Orkney
Medallions are one of the prime cuts of venison and work well with the likes of red cabbage and berries.
Potatoes from Ayrshire are renowned for their rich, earthy taste.
As Scotland’s national dish, haggis is the focal point of every Burns supper and has long been associated as a Scottish icon. However, haggis is now just as popular outside of Scotland and is a versatile dish that is favoured all year round.
Discover the traditional dishes and food that make up Scottish fare such as a warming bowl of porridge, succulent kippers, or a hearty plate full of stovies or haggis, and for those with a sweet tooth, a bowl of cranachan or a slice of clootie dumpling.