We asked our foodie friends to tell us which Scottish restaurants and bars they’d visit over a single day, if distance was no object (it’s a fantasy, after all) and lockdown was over.
It seems we are all champing at the bit.
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5. The Royal Dick Bar, Edinburgh
"Breakfast at Dishoom, coffee at Brewlab, lunch at Baba, dinner at Locanda di Gusti, drinks at The Royal Dick, all in Edinburgh", says Lynda Burns.
6. Ondine, Edinburgh
David Hunter - "Dishoom for a bacon naan, pastries at Brasserie Prince, oysters and Champagne lunch at Ondine, hop on a train to Fife and dinner at The Cellar or a fish supper at Anstruther Fish Bar," says David Hunter, head chef of The Rose and Crown in Romaldkirk
Photo: Ian Georgeson
7. Eusebi, Glasgow
"Breakfast at Ballintaggart Farm, wee stop via Edinburgh for Mary’s Milk Bar scoops topped by some Jimmy’s Fried drumsticks, snackage in Glasgow at Eusebi or Gloriosa, dinner at Inver Restaurant, and tucked in my bag for the road, butteries and Bramble Bar minis, voila!" says baker Corinne Cervetti
8. Three Birds, Edinburgh
"Brunch at Apiary Edinburgh and Dishoom, lunch at Timberyard and Gardener’s Cottage, dinner at Rhubarb, Three Birds, Baba and off to the Voodoo Rooms for more lovely drinks," Geraldine Brennan of National Museums Scotland.