Scotland might be a small country, but its abundance of lakes, rivers, and fertile soils makes it the perfect place for incredible seafood, delicious meat and hearty vegetables.
The UK, in general, has a bad reputation for their food. It's thought to be bland and boring, but I have found nothing of the sort to be true. Especially with new, young chef coming in with modern ideas. They are transforming classic, traditional dishes into meals bursting with exciting, new flavours. Scotland might be a small country, but its abundance of lakes, rivers, and fertile soils makes it the perfect place for incredible seafood, delicious meat and hearty vegetables. When the Scandinavians came to Scotland, they brought with them their love of salting and smoking food. When the French came, they brought with them a refined culture of cooking and a love of pastry. All this, along with the native people's local fruits and veg created the unique set of culinary combinations we get today in Scotland. Here are some of the meals you MUST try if travelling to Glasgow and where to find them!
If there's one thing university students love, it's coffee and brunch. So, one a chilly morning upon our arrival in Glasgow, we headed out to the University District to eat and explore.
For our last meal in Glasgow, we went back to The Butterfly and the Pig. Yes, we could have gone somewhere new, tried something different, but truth is told, we loved it so much the first time we just couldn't resist going back and trying their brunch menu.