Eating Out in Scotland
Famed for the excellence of its local produce, Scotland is becoming increasingly well known for the inspiration of its chefs. Whether you are out in the country or the city you'll soon enthuse about eating out in Scotland.
Few countries can match Scotland for the quality and variety of its produce. Where else will you find Aberdeen Angus beef, wild venison and Highland lamb; or West Highland scallops, oysters, mussels, lobsters, salmon, haddock and monkfish all caught or raised within a few miles of where you may be staying.
Visit the towns and cities where there is an ever-expanding choice of excellent restaurants of every nationality. A good source of information on eating out in Edinburgh and Glasgow is The List's 'Eating and Drinking Guide'. It is published every year and includes full reviews of over 1000 restaurants, bistros, bars and cafés. Another useful eating out guide is 'Taste of Scotland'. Both publications are available from bookshops and tourist information centres.
Enjoy eating out in Scotland.
- Eating Out in Shetland
- Eating Out in Orkney
- Eating Out in Northern Highlands
- Eating Out in Inverness, Loch Ness & Nairn
- Eating Out in Western Isles
- Eating Out in Skye & Lochalsh
- Eating Out in Fort William & Lochaber
- Eating Out in Argyll & Bute
- Eating Out in Aberdeen & Grampian Highlands
- Eating Out in Aviemore, Cairngorms, Badenoch & Strathspey
- Eating Out in Perthshire, Angus & Dundee
- Eating Out in Loch Lomond, Stirling & The Trossachs
- Eating Out in Glasgow
- Eating Out in Ayrshire, Arran & Clyde Valley
- Eating Out in Dumfries & Galloway
- Eating Out in Kingdom of Fife
- Eating Out in Edinburgh
- Eating Out in Lothians & Borders