Scottish Restaurant in London
Mac and Wild is a Scottish restaurant in London with branches in Fitzrovia and Devonshire Square. It specialises in wild game and seafood from Scotland with a huge selection of Whiskey.
Given the good weather, we sat on the terrace area and had a couple of delicious cocktails.- The BONNIE BRAE: Haig Club, rowan berries & lime, rosato vermouth, rhubarb & Peychauds , finished with a touch of agave & soda and TAM’S TEARS: Tanqueray No.10, lemon verbena, wild nettle, peach liqueur & fino sherry topped with Prosecco.
The Food Menu
I loved the scottish inspired menu and could not resist trying the haggis pops with red jon. Oh my, I was not disappointed! These were absolutely gorgeous and the sauce was amazing. We also had the venison tartare with pickled mushrooms, egg yolk puree, mustard and sourdough croutons. This was beautifully presented, light and delicious.
Moving on to the mains, I had my heart set on the Veni-moo – winner of London’s best burger award in 2016. This was a beef patty, venison patty, caramelised onions, cheese and bearnaise sauce. It was tasty and really filling – a solid choice. Accompanying that we had the haggis Mac and cheese which was so tasty. I mean who doesn’t like haggis and cheese mixed together!?
We also had the special Murray Mound burger with black pudding, mushroom ketchup and pickles. For me, I preferred the Veni-moo burger.
I did not get to try it, but downstairs is a “shooting simulator room” where you can shoot double clay targets. Slightly different to your normal restaurant. If you love your haggis, Mac and Wild scottish restaurant in London is definitely one to tey!
East London Girl: Mac and Wild
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