The Bothy, 11 Ruthven Lane, Glasgow West End
Black pudding options abound here, served with pancetta and poached egg, stuffed in chicken and as part of the full breakfast. Ross C likes the ‘cosy pub’ feeling of this west end restaurant.
Cafezique, 70-72 Hyndland Street, Glasgow West End
If it’s black pudding for breakfast you fancy, here you can get the big breakfast with two poached eggs, two sausages, potato scone, toast, beans, two rashers of bacon, tomato, mushroom... and of course black pudding!
Casa Ole, 1835 Paisley Road West, Glasgow South Side
How about a Spanish twist on your black pudding? Here you’ll find morcilla which Tim B describes as ‘totally amazing’. As you enter this restaurant ‘your senses are transported to a cosy cantina off the traditional tourist beat on the Iberian Peninsula’.
Ingram Wynd, 58 Ingram Street, Merchant City
Gerald G loves the Scottish theme here as well as their black pudding. You can’t get much more Scottish than ‘haggis, black pudding and potato’ with whisky cream sauce and lightly toasted oats.
Number 16, 16 Byres Road, Glasgow West End
Emma D loves the ‘creative menu’ where you’ll find pork belly served with Stornoway black pudding croquette, white onion marmalade, celeriac puree and spiced apple sauce.
Roastit Bubbly Jocks, 450 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow West End
Helen M sampled the ‘crispy pork and black pudding salad’ which comes with a mango salsa as a starter. She also notes the staff are ‘friendly without being intrusive’.
The Butterfly & The Pig, 152 Bath Street, Glasgow City Centre
Kathryn J raves about the ‘black pudding salad’ with apples, bacon, Parmesan and a wee fried quails egg on top! Served as a starter or a main, she says this place is ‘cosy, comfy, quaint and eclectic’.
The Grill Room, 29 Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow City Centre
Here you’ll find black pudding in the mixed grill alongside bacon, pork link, lamb chop and a poached egg – a meat lover's delight! Roisin K describes the restaurant as ‘classy yet relaxed’.
Two Fat Ladies, 118a Blythswood Street, Glasgow City Centre
Jess L recommends the ‘scallop starter with the beloved Stornoway black pudding – can't beat it!’ As well as the seared scallops with black pudding you'll get cauliflower puree, cumin and shallot dressing.
Where the Monkey Sleeps, 182 West Regent Street, Glasgow City Centre
Edinburgh Yelper Jurgen D proclaims: ‘Stornoway black pudding, chorizo, goats cheese and carmamelised onions packed on a bagel is genius!’