Restaurants from Glasgow stole the show at a food tasting event in Edinburgh.
Taste of Edinburgh, a four-day celebration of food and drink, featured, for the first time, restaurateurs from Glasgow.
Cafe Gandolfi's Stornoway black pudding was named as the biggest-selling food as well as the favourite dish of the function.
The Merchant City restaurant was joined by West End restaurants Two Fat Ladies and Cail Bruich, and the only Indian restaurant represented at the event, Kama Sutra of Sauchiehall Street, cooked 50 kilos of venison for a speciality curry.
Suemas McInnes, owner of Cafe Gandolfi, said: "It is dubbed the taste of Edinburgh, but we proved we can give as good as we get. There was a sense of camaraderie between all the Glasgow restaurants.
"The entire day was fantastic - hopefully we will one day have a Taste event in Glasgow."
The event was attended by celebrity chefs Gary Rhodes, Rachel Allen and Nick Nairn.
Ryan James, owner of Two Fat Ladies, said: "We thrilled Edinburgh foodies with an array of our staple dishes, and we enjoyed serving people a dish of seared mackerel with chocolate mousse for afters."
The Glasgow eateries have had such a success that a larger Glasgow village could be at next year's event in the capital.
Justin Clarke, managing director, Taste Festivals, said: "We were thrilled to welcome four iconic restaurants from Glasgow."