Popular Edinburgh Delicacies to Taste on Your Food Tour

Edinburgh is a paradise for foodies because they will enjoy food ranging from extravagant hot chocolate floats and perfect steaks to scrumptious deep-fried pizzas.

Some of the food you can enjoy here on your tour to Edinburgh are mentioned below. It is comfortable to get booked at one of the Edinburgh Food Tours programs and enjoy a guided expedition, where otherwise tourists don’t reach.


Chop Chop was voted as best Chinese restaurant in Scotland, where you can try some delicious dumplings along with veggie dishes.

Hot chocolate float

At Mary’s Milk bar, you can enjoy crème de la crème delight including hot chocolate float, which is the favorite of Edinburgh locals.

Hog roast sandwich

The sandwiched hog roast is loaded with deliciousness and is in demand at Oink.

Cheese & meat board

Pickles is a popular drinking den and source of totally fabulous cheese & meat boards.

Battered mars bar

Gooey chocolaty bite from deep fried mars is a must have for adventurous eaters or foodie snobs. Café Piccante serves this delicacy.


Wings of every kind and taste ranging from subtle to extremely spicy are found on the menu list at Wings.


At Steak-on-Stones, you get perfectly prepared steak cooked on the preheated lava stones, as per your taste!

Hot fudge sundae

All the locals adore Lucas, a culinary institution. This ice-cream parlor sells a gamut of delicacies ranging from fancy confectionary and cheese paninis to scoops of yummy specialty ice-cream flavors. Hot fudge sundae dripped in chocolate sauce and topped with strawberry is too tempting.

Haggis burrito

Los Cardos serves Mexican food, which sets them apart from rest is their classic haggis burrito.

Seafood platter

In Leith, Fishers can never go wrong with seafood platters. You can treat your tongue with delight from the prawns & oysters in chive mayonnaise and lemon or rollmop herring and smoked salmon.

Deep freid pizza

L’Amba D’Oro has introduced a Scot way of serving deep fried pizza with Scottish salad.