Scotland’s towns and cities offer many excellent markets and halls where you can enjoy delicious street food on the go.
Selling everything from traditional favourites like our amazing fish and chips and other fresh seafood to tasty vegetarian and vegan plates and everything in-between – the choice is truly mouth-watering.
Read on to see our round-up of some of Scotland’s best places to try street food.
The Buffalo Truck – creates divine buttermilk fried chicken burgers from their spot at The Pitt in Edinburgh. A two-time Scottish Street Food Awards winner.
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Wanderers Kneaded – enjoy a homemade sourdough pizza with fresh, sustainable produce from a wood-fired oven at this old-school food truck. Find it permanently in the Meadows.
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The Peruvian – brings the unique taste of the Andes to Scotland, including the iconic fruity drink, Inca Kola. A winner at the 2020 British Street Food Awards, based at the Neighbourgood Market for a few months.
Chick + Pea – enjoy Scottish food with a Middle Eastern twist. Chick + Pea offers tasty treats ranging from haggis kibbeh to cauliflower shawarma. It’s a pop-up truck normally but find them in George Square during the Edinburgh Festival.
Moskito Spanish Bites – serves delicious traditional Spanish tapas from a vintage horse box trailer. This pop-up can be found at events in both Edinburgh and Glasgow.
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Big Feed – sample all kinds of tasty treats such as burgers, pizzas or Asian food at this family-friendly place with retro arcade games and a beer garden. This street food collective makes a regular appearance at Glasgow Market.
Platform – offers nearly any kind of dish you can think of, including almost a dozen vegetarian and vegan options. It’s highly recommended that you book a table in advance at this exciting and sustainable indoor street food market in the heart of Glasgow’s city centre, held most weekends.
Heather Street Food – serves some delicious feel-good bagels, award-winning coffee, traditional gelato and alcoholic drinks. It sits permanently right outside the V&A in Dundee.
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Salt and Pine, Leuchars – find freshly-made sweet and savoury crepes and a breathtaking view of Kinshaldy beach at this permanent shack in the heart of Tentsmuir Forest.
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Highlander Café Bus – enjoy a tasty selection of hot and cold food, coffees, cold drinks and delicious desserts alongside stunning views of the sea at this award-winning permanent bus venue on the esplanade.
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The Redshank Catering Co – try freshly prepared, locally sourced seafood, such as Cullen skink soup, monkfish passanda curry and smoked Scottish salmon salad. This food truck will cater to all your seafood needs at events in and around the Highlands, including Inverness Marina.
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Prime Street Food – offers several dishes like chips with paprika, lime aioli beef, pickled cabbage and spring onions, and various kinds of sweet and savoury finger foods. This eye-catching orange food truck is available for hire and events.
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