An award for the best haggis breakfast in Scotland has been given to the Scotsman Hotel in Edinburgh. This 5-star luxury hotel in a former newspaper printing house in Edinburgh’s city centre received the award earlier this month from the online hotel booking site, HotelClub, who also handed out awards in other quirky categories such as the Best Place for London Dry Gin and the Best Place for Test Cricket.
The Best Haggis Breakfast in Scotland at the Scotsman Hotel
The Scotsman Hotel is on North Bridge, one minute from Waverly Station, and walking distance from most of Edinburgh’s main city-centre attractions. It was the home of The Scotsman newspaper till 2001 when the historic building was turned into a luxury hotel with 56 rooms, 12 suites – and 5 stars.
If you’re not a hotel guest you can sample the Scotsman’s haggis in their North Bridge Brasserie, under Executive Chef Paul Hart. Their current lunch and dinner menus both include Scotsman style ‘Haggis, Neeps and Tatties’ with a Glenfiddich single malt whisky jelly, a description that gets the mouth watering already. We definitely want to try the best haggis in Scotland, for breakfast, lunch or dinner, on our next visit to Edinburgh.
The North Bridge Brasserie at the Scotsman Hotel
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