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Scotland's famed national dish is traditionally made from sheep's stomach stuffed with onions, oatmeal and various unmentionable meat products, but don't let that put you off. Served with neeps (mashed turnips) and tatties (mashed potatoes), it's truly delicious and a Scotland food must-try.
This hearty, creamy soup of smoked haddock, potatoes and onions is the country's favourite, and a common staple of restaurants in Scotland. Grab some crusty bread and get stuck in!
Hailing from the town of Arbroath, this delicious preserved fish is a towering figure in the world of Scottish food. A salted, dried and smoked haddock, it's a Scotland travel 2016 must-try.
This indulgent traditional dessert contains raspberries, whipped cream, oatmeal, honey and - naturally - whisky. A further glass of the Scottish national spirit will help wash it down a treat.
Such is the name given to fish & chips in Scotland, and it's extremely popular here. Order it in Edinburgh and they'll offer you 'salt & sauce', not salt & vinegar - the sauce is a delicious blend of brown sauce and vinegar that everyone should try!