Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Recent Spam Attacks
    by mkataoka Fodor's Editor | Posted on Nov 28, 16 at 01:31 PM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Paris: Where to find Steak Tartar and Escargot?
  2. 2 Another tipping question: concierges
  3. 3 Trip Report Escargots in Paris
  4. 4 Trip Report The Mystic East - a tale of hot food, hot weather, airmiles and imodium.
  5. 5 Trip Report We're here!
  6. 6 Barcelona - How much Gaudi?
  7. 7 5 days near Munich, Germany in late-May
  8. 8 Trip Ideas
  9. 9 Boston to Le Marche - which airport?
  10. 10 Trip Report Six Nights (and days) in the Marais
  11. 11 Versailles tour with evening light show
  12. 12 Full day in Sintra..what to focus on
  13. 13 12 Day Central Europe Itinerary
  14. 14 Input on Itinerary for Visit to Bavaria and Austria Fall 2017
  15. 15 SOUTH OF FRANCE / ITALY ITINERARY SUGGESTIONS
  16. 16 Vienna, Austria for 5 days in early June
  17. 17 Madrid and Granada in Jan
  18. 18 Malaga City Center Hotels
  19. 19 Paris + Amsterdam: where to stay
  20. 20 Ferry - Dubrovnik to Bari - Cabins
  21. 21 Is Eiffel tower closed from 25-31 Dec?
  22. 22 London: Flaming June and Pirates of Penzeance!
  23. 23 Acropolis Athens
  24. 24 For a Taste of Four Cultures on Two Contınents
  25. 25 Fodors IT team, ITS TIME.
View next 25 » Back to the top

Satisfying sweet tooth in Scotland

Jump to last reply

Getting ready for my Scotland trip in the summer and I have been thinking of all the good food I will taste there.

But did not find much information on desserts. I know the shortbread cookies and tablet are well known.

Can someone tell me some other Scottish desserts I should try there at different times of the day. Maybe something unique with my tea or some well known dessert after an evening meal.

I always like to eat the local cuisine and do not want to miss anything.

Many years ago I was in Sicily and tired a variety of Italian goodies . But each morning I used to see teenagers going to school eating a strange looking sandwich. I had not heard or read about it and did not have a chance to taste it. Stupidly, I did not even ask any local people or the hotel staff what these kids were eating.

On my return I found out that Sicilian like to eat gelato in a bun for breakfast.
I regret trying it so much.

Thus, don't want to miss anything sweet in Scotland.
Thanks for your help. Have a good night.

13 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement