A taste of local delicacies at Glasgow restaurants
We couldn’t fill you in on all the amazing restaurants in Glasgow without a wee nod to Scottish delicacies. Haggis, neeps and tatties of course, deserve a shout out all on their own. Hailed as Scotland’s national dish, haggis consists of the heart, lungs and liver of a sheep, minced with onions, spices and oatmeal before being boiled in a bag (traditionally the sheep’s stomach). Wow. Then, add in some neeps (yellow turnip) and tatties (potatoes) and you’ve got yourself a whole meal. However, if that doesn’t sound all that appetising you can perhaps avail of some other Scottish delicacies like square sausages, munchy boxes, deep fried Mars bars, Irn Bru ice cream and plenty more in between.