Edinburgh has a long history spanning over a thousand years and has gone through many phases during the course of history.The city has temperate climate, an abundance of historical structures and beautiful landscape, making it an ideal tourist destination. Recognized all over the world for its natural as well as cultural beauty, the Scottish capital is also known for a variety of cuisines which are a by-product of many foreign and local influences. If you are traveling on a budget, Holiday Apartments of Edinburgh can be a perfect choice to cover your accommodation needs. Here is a small introduction of some of the distinct cuisines of Edinburgh including a variety of fish, hare, haggis and delicious gourmet items;

Haggis: It is the national dish of Scotland and has been in eaten by the Scottish for centuries. Haggis is made of sheep meat minced with onions, spices, salt traditionally enclosed in animal’s stomach. It has nutty texture and is traditionally served with potatoes.

Smoked Salmon: Scotland is famous for a variety of fish and seafood, especially smoked Salmon. There are two procedures to make the recipe known as ‘Cold Smoking’ (for delicate texture)and ‘Hot Smoking’ (for firm texture). It is served with a flavored salad, with ingredients including boiled eggs, tomatoes, and yogurt.

Meat, Poultry and Hare: There is a vast variety of Scottish food items when it comes to meat dishes made of mutton and beef while Hare is considered a delicacy. Notable dishes in this category are ‘Collops’ (slices of meat), ‘Scotch Pie’ (double crust pie filled with mutton or other meat), ‘Black, Red & White Puddings’ (different type of sausages), ‘Mince & Tatties’(made of minced meat, onions, carrots and other root vegetables)and world famous ‘Roasted Aberdeen Angus Beef’.

Soups: Among Scotland’s national food items are soups like ‘Cullen Skink’ (Finnan Haddie (haddock), potatoes and onions soup), ‘Cock-A-Leekie’ (chicken soup), ‘Partan Gree’ (crab, chicken & rice soup) ‘Stovies’ (potato and onion stew) and ‘Scotch Broth’ (barley and mutton soup).

Other Food Items: Other national dishes include ‘Bridie’ (meat and potato pie), ‘Burnt Cream’ (custard base with hard caramel topping), ‘Black Bun’ (fruit cake covered with pastry) and the ‘Oatcake’ (pan cake made of oat meat and flour) while most common fruits in Scotland are Raspberries and Strawberries.

These apartments turn out to be much cheaper than hotel stay. The Holiday Apartments of Edinburgh have immaculately designed bedrooms with bathrooms & kitchen facilities. Dragon Apartments Ltd. offers the visitors to choose from a wide range of Holiday Apartments in Edinburgh.Our apartments are fully furnished and equipped with classy home appliances. If you concerned about the privacy and comfort, we are sure that you will have a memorable living experience in our Holiday Apartments in Edinburgh.

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If you are travelling on a budget, Holiday Apartments of Edinburgh can be a perfect choice to cover your accommodation needs.

The Holiday Apartments of Edinburgh have immaculately designed bedrooms with bathrooms & kitchen facilities.