In fact, Scottish food has long come under criticism for being fatty, beige and lacking in nutrition, with naughty-but-nice staples such as haggis, tablet and deep-fried Mars Bars giving us a bad reputation.
But like them or loathe them, Scotland’s foodie traditions continue to tempt – and boggle the minds of – curious visitors.
So when you’re visiting Scotland, make sure to pack a pair of trousers with an elasticated waistband and prepare to eat yourself around the country with our pick of the best Scottish foods to try.
If you need breakfast on the go, but still want a little taste of a fry-up, then a breakfast roll is exactly what you need.
A soft, buttery, floury breakfast roll sets the perfect foundation. The filling, however, is entirely up to you.
With items such as bacon, sausage, fried egg, tattie scones and more on offer,
Why not try a bacon roll with lashings of nippy broon (brown sauce)?