Offering a range of different options across the day, from breakfast dishes, snacks, paninis and coffees, the stall has a tourist-oriented feel to it. The counter folks are not the most engaged.From their selection, I chose a black haggis (half black pudding, half haggis), smoked bacon and cheese panini (£4). The folks were quickly about the task of preparing this.
It arrived soon enough looking like a typically squidged offering. Once the obligatory snaps were taken, I ate as I walked.The black haggis was completely first rate and really impressively tasty. However the other elements were totally characterless, making it a bit of an odd proposition.
It was a little like the Macsween’s venison haggis dish I had at Stac Polly, where errors with the accompaniments that day rather let a shining main ingredient down.
So overall, and somewhat in the same way as with Alanda’s, I recommend a visit to the Saltire Haggis Kitchen and I’d strongly urge you to try the black haggis, but I’d pick another way to sample it than the one I tried. Perhaps a black haggis morning roll is the way to go.