Where to Get Haggis in Glasgow
Ah, haggis. Loved by tourists and Scots alike, even if some cheeky locals like to convince the tourists that haggis is actually a rare Scottish animal (it's not, by the way). But where in Glasgow can you find a good old plate of haggis, neeps and tatties? We've compiled a list of some of the best places for you. Want to try something a bit more exotic than just your standard haggis? We've got that covered too - check out the haggis pizza, haggis burger and even haggis pakora at these Glasgow venues.
Republic Bier Halle may be known for their, well, beers, but they also serve up a pretty impressive menu. The centrepiece of this menu? The haggis pizza. Just when you think haggis can't possibly get any better, it does! Enjoy your haggis pizza with a beer - there's certainly plenty to choose from here.
Arisaig in the Merchant City is a great place to get haggis in Glasgow. You can find it on the menu as a starter as a trio with black pudding and white pudding, or if you prefer to enjoy haggis on its own, it's available as a main course with some whisky gravy thrown in too. Sounds delicious to us. A refined restaurant to try haggis in Glasgow.
Student favourite Record Faktory is another brilliant place to get haggis in Glasgow. As you'd expect from one of the West End's coolest venues, the haggis here isn't exactly served up as a traditional dish. Instead, it comes in the form of pakora - interesting. We think it sounds super tasty, though, and is undoubtedly a hit with the student population.
Don't fancy haggis on a pizza, as a burger or in the form of pakora? Just looking for your standard haggis, neeps and tatties? Look no further than The Lansdowne. You can find this classic dish on their set menu or if you prefer something a bit lighter, it's available as a baked potato filling. Enjoy your haggis in The Lansdowne's conservatory area for a chilled out evening meal.
Looking for haggis in a top-notch West End restaurant? Ubiquitous Chip is the only place to go. Serving up traditional haggis, neeps and tatties from their brasserie evening menu, you'll want to head to the Chip to see why this restaurant is so often raved about. There's even vegetarian haggis on the menu too - we're not sure how that works but hey, we bet it's delicious too.