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    Hi,
    I just joined yesterday! Iíve been searching for some answers both here and on the web with no luck. After pulling some hair out I decided to write.

    My husband and I want to travel to Scotland this coming spring. We have never been there. We would really love to see the Highlands as well as some of the Islands, and canít leave out Edinburgh and Glasgow. Of course as vegan travelers we are afraid of being stuck in the middle of nowhere with no Vegan food.
    What are some of the most vegan friendly places in Scotland? I looked on Happy Cow and was surprised that there are no Vegan or Veg friendly restaurants in all of Inverness, just a few shops Ö and when they close so early /closed Sundays, that might leave us screwed. I hope someone can tell me otherwise.

    What we are looking to do is fly into Edinburgh, stay there a few days and drive to Glasgow, stay there a few days, then drive up to Inverness and stay there a few days and drive west and take some tours of the Islands. Or am I fooling myself? Does this sound like something Vegans can do? I know it sounds stupid but we were in a similar situation recently in Wisconsin ... boy, did that suck!
    I just wish there was a Vegan tour that would think of all these things for us.

    Any info would be greatly appreciated

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    Sorry that I can't answer your questions, but my favourite creature is the Highland Cow:



    Scotland is ace, by the way. But be sure to bring a warm coat.

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    Edinburgh's brilliant for vegans. Make sure you visit Hendersons for the vegan haggis.
    http://www.hendersonsofedinburgh.co.uk/

    If you are driving, I would stock up on vegan snacks when you're in Edinburgh though, because I suspect you may find it a little harder out in the wilds.

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    yeah I was thinking that, as you're driving, it would be easy enough to cart your own supplies around.

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    I love that cow, how hairy are they? ! Awww bless.

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    Edinburgh is good for vegans - my favourite places are Susie's Diner and the Mosque kitchen (they use olive oil rather than ghee and you get rice, and veggie curry for £3 - usually a choice of three or four - I usually have dhal and spinach but they also do mixed veg and chickpeas) - both on West Nicholson Street.
    Like others have said, stock up when in Edinburgh - Real Foods have two branches - both fairly central http://www.realfoods.co.uk/ for details.
    I don't know too much about Glasgow, but I do visit Inverness regularly and there is nowhere really I would recommend. My partner lives there and we don't eat out much anyway, but never in Inverness. However, there is a good health food shop at 20 Baron Taylor's Street where we stock up. I'm going up again for Hogmanay (New Year) and will keep my eyes and ears open for any changes.
    http://highlandveggies.org/ has good information but not sure how up to date it is.
    I don't know about accommodation but you might be better going self-catering? Hope other people can tell you more because I'd love to know of more vegan-friendly places anywhere in Scotland.

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    Not sure about the rest of Scotland, but Glasgow fares pretty well for vegans.
    Mono bar and bistro - completely vegan
    The 78 bar - vegan/organic food
    13th Note bar - vegan/veggie
    Grassroots cafe - veggie/vegan
    EN Trading - veggie/vegan

    More info here at the University of Glasgow's Vegan Society pages... http://www.gla.ac.uk/clubs/vegan/glasgowshops.html

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    Yes, Edinburgh and Glasgow are both fine. Can't vouch for smaller places as I haven't been to any up there for a long while, but IIRC quite a few small towns have an Indian and/or Chinese restaurant that can often be more helpful than "British" ones for vegans? Pizzerias will often do you a more-or-less vegan pizza as well - i.e. a veggie one without the cheese - you might want to check what's in the dough. Pizza Express is a chain that's good in that respect and they seem to have a branch in Inverness.

    I always take stuff like nuts and fruit with me when I'm travelling so that if I can't find a suitable restaurant I don't get too desperate. If you're going to be driving it should be easy to carry emergency rations.

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    Might be worth doing some searches for vegetarian B&B's (Bed & Breakfast) which can usually cater fro vegans. At least you could start the day with a full stomach. Some will also do an evening meal.

    It is some years since I toured Scotland but we found veggie places to stay - can't remember where though. Also on the Isle of Skye which was lovely.

    ETA Have a look here:- http://www.scotland-inverness.co.uk/vegetarian.htm

    Guide book:- http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/...interneguid07/
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    Thanks for all the great advice!
    Just got the book Scotland the Green, Iím sure it will be very helpful too.
    I figured driving would be our best bet. I donít want to be in that situation where a bus stops for food at a KFC, McDonaldís, etc. . Not that I know they do that there, you probably don't even have such disgusting places outside the cities, but they do in the US, and Iíd just rather avoid the situation.

    Awww, the Highland cow is a big puppy and so stylish. Hope we see some of these beautiful guys.

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    I donít want to be in that situation where a bus stops for food at a KFC, McDonaldís, etc. .
    Awww, the Highland cow is a big puppy and so stylish. Hope we see some of these beautiful guys.
    You would'nt need to worry about McCrapsters/KFC here on the West Coast...

    And...those cute, cute, furry coos are abounding here on the Isle of Mull. There's a deli in Tobermory that sells some good vegan munchies.

    And...wow...I think there are two vegans on the entire island (humans, I mean)....

    Tesco and the Co-op in Oban (on the mainland) sell enough vegan food to keep you going...and there's a very lovely healthfood shop called Millstones. People there are ace. And the place smells as delicious as it did 19 years ago when I worked there as a young 'un.
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    There's a great little shop called the fruit and nut place in Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye. The owner of the shop is a vegan and they sell lots of vegan stuff.

    I go up to highlands and islands of Scotland a lot and have never had any problems with food but I always self cater when I go so don't know what the situations like with eating out. If your going to the islands there aren't a great deal of resturants to chose from and u may be a bit stuck for a vegan choice.

    Good luck, I'm sure you will have a fantastic time. It's an amazing place to go.

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    Also in Glasgow, a new place opened a couple of weeks ago called Stereo, owned by the same person who owns Mono and the 78. It's very central, but when they say it's down an alleyway they mean it very litterally, if you didn't know it was there you would never walk past the dumpsters to get to it. But it's really good it was meant to be an organic bakery too, unfortunately the one time I went they'd only been open a few days and so hadn't started making their desserts/breads etc yet.

    If you go to 13th Note you HAVE TO have one of the brownies, they're the best thing I've ever eaten. Ever.

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    Declan, is this it? If it is where I think it is, it will be very handy for the bus and train station. And more than makes up for Pret stopping their vegan sandwich which was where I used to grab lunch when I went through to Glasgow.
    And I've found a very handy guide to vegan Glasgow here.

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    That is indeed the place, and very good it is too. It's very very handy, as you said, for either train station and the bus station, it's not Łber-expensive and the food is really excellent.

    There are also places owned by the university which do Vegan, and which are open to the public. The best palce for anything hot (apart from soup) would be One A The Square in the main building

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    Dunvegan?! I thought I read it wrong, how cool is that, Castle Dunvegan. Itís now added to the list of attractions.

    Mmmm brownies! Weíre going to be making a lot of stops



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    Dunvegan?! I thought I read it wrong, how cool is that, Castle Dunvegan. Itís now added to the list of attractions.

    Mmmm brownies! Weíre going to be making a lot of stops


    If your going to Dunvegan castle theres a really cool beach if u carry on up the road a couple of miles. U have to walk for about a mile to get to the beach from the car park. The beach is all made up of small bits of calcified coral and looks really cool if u take a close look at it. Heres a pic of the beach


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    Beautiful!

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    There are some lovely beaches on Mull too...Calgary Bay is very nice.

    http://www.mull.zynet.co.uk/accommodation/calgary.htm
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    Gorgeous! Any other recommendations of places to visit in Scotland are greatly appreciated. I've got some books and checked online, but it's always better to hear it from awesome vegans who have experienced them first hand.

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    Hi Domenique, thanks for starting this thread, am finding out about new places!

    I've thought of another three vegan-friendly places in Edinburgh that I regularly go to

    1) Jordan Valley on South Bridge, very near the Royal Mile, a shop which sells a range of stuff like locally-made vegan flapjacks, hummus, aubergine pate, spinach and lentil pate, etc. plus lots of Middle Eastern imported goodies like fig jam. Good place to stock up for a picnic...

    2) the Filmhouse on Lothian Road, independent cinema with a good cafe bar where the soup is ALWAYS vegan (though they only offer Flora and butter with the rolls Keep meaning to contact them about this!) and there are other vegan and veganisable stuff on the menu.

    3) the cafe at Out of the Blue, a community arts centre in Leith, just north of the city centre and where I live, which does a vegan chocolate cake ( unlike any other place in Edinburgh who don't do sweet vegan stuff too well though you might get a vegan flapjack at Susie's Diner). I've not had a meal here and their website doesn't have any mention of the cafe but I will investigate. It's got lots of history and art and humour. For example, the roof has some leaks so you will see lots of different coloured buckets hanging from the rafters.

    Still interested in hearing about other vegan-friendly shops, cafes, B&Bs especially in the Highlands.

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    Thanks AnneCE! Loads of great info here.
    It makes it so much easier to sight see, knowing there are great place not far off. Especially when youíre limited on time ... the last thing you want to do on vacation is spend the entire time tracking down a place to eat.

    When I was recently in Wisconsin, a place we spent hours getting to (listed as Vegan friendly) didnít even know what vegan is. When I said no dairy, honey Ö they asked if Chicken was ok . Fortunately they did have something vegan, they just didn't know it
    But then again, I ran into many restaurants that didnít know what olive oil is, but thatís another story, sad, sad story

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    Entirely for this thread's sake, I went to Stereo today while I was in Glasgow. Had a great cooked breakfast and took home a portion of blackcurrant cheesecake, which I have just finished. First time in a long time that I have had a cooked breakfast or a cheesecake! Both delicious.

    Their menu and other details are http://www.stereocafebar.com/ It's a nice place, not too pretentious, staff are very nice but it is a bit hard to find. Worth making the effort though. Now I've got some place to go when I am through in Glasgow.

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    That was very public-spirited of you AnneCE, to go to so much trouble for the sake of research. Keep up the good work.

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    When it comes to food, Sluggie, I am happy to go to a lot of trouble. Yesterday, I had to eat some vegan mince pies a colleague tracked down for me. I even had to take a couple home. Anything to further the vegan cause!

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    Well it would have been rude not to. In the spirit of furthering the vegan cause, I'm about to go and research some vegan fudge that I bought in Holland & Barratts yesterday.

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    That menu sounds divine, AnneCE! Although, I was surprised to read Mayonnaise on the menu, is that like Vegenaise?

    My husband and I just got back from dinner at Vegan Factory, here in Los Angeles, mmmmmm http://www.veganfactory.com/menu/vegan-factory-20061122.pdf
    I just found your reply upon our return. I figured the best time to read a menu to him is on a full stomach Ö he told me to stop reading, because he was getting hungry again!
    It definitely sounds worth the effort to get there . Thank you for making the huge sacrifice , it is whole heartedly appreciated!

    Oh, by the way ... whatís Holland & Barratts?

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    H&B is a chain health-food store that you'll find in most medium and larger-sized towns in the UK. You can always get packets of nuts, dried fruit, flapjack bars and so on there, and the larger ones usually have a refridgerated section at the back with meat analogues such as soz rolls and pasties - which are tasty, if not very healthy!

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    Ann Purna in Edinburgh is probably the best vegan friendly Indian restaurant in Scotland,home cooked Southern Indian food but,sadly,the owner is retiring and in the process of finding a suitable buyer to pass it on to!They say they want it kept the same but it's not gonna be as good!Get there before this happens!
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    Also in Glasgow, a new place opened a couple of weeks ago called Stereo, owned by the same person who owns Mono and the 78. It's very central, but when they say it's down an alleyway they mean it very litterally, if you didn't know it was there you would never walk past the dumpsters to get to it. But it's really good it was meant to be an organic bakery too, unfortunately the one time I went they'd only been open a few days and so hadn't started making their desserts/breads etc yet.

    If you go to 13th Note you HAVE TO have one of the brownies, they're the best thing I've ever eaten. Ever.
    Is that the same Stereo that was on kelvinhaugh street that used to be West 13th?Is it closed now?
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    Thanks for the info Ruby, good to know.

    That's really too bad about the Indian restaurant Sure hope they'll stay open till spring

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    I've been in Edinburgh about 13 years and I still haven't been to Ana Purna - I've heard good things about it so will definitely make an effort to go there soon.
    Most Indian food in the UK is North Indian/Pakistani and more focused on meat. So I hope the new people stick with South Indian...

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    Glad to hear there are still good places in Glasgow as I'm hoping to come up for the weekend soon.

    Are there any vegan-friendly places in the West End of Glasgow, does anyone know please? There used to be a cafe called something like the Bay Tree near Kelvinbridge station but it seemed to have vanished last time, unless I mis-remembered where it was

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    I've been in Edinburgh about 13 years and I still haven't been to Ana Purna - I've heard good things about it so will definitely make an effort to go there soon.
    Most Indian food in the UK is North Indian/Pakistani and more focused on meat. So I hope the new people stick with South Indian...
    Like i say,try and get there soon,and i mean SOON,the next few weeks,just in case!!!I particularly recommend the Mixed Pakora starters (individual veg fried sperately in batter with Tamarind sauce),main dish of either Aloo Gobi or Kofta (Vge cutlets in a rich,spicy tomato sauce),a side dish on Sindhri Batata (roasted sliced potato with onion and spices) and ask what the Daal of the day is!The Mushroom Pulao rice is great as well!
    Or just go for one of the Thalis if you feel real hungry!
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    this thread is really useful! I'm going to Scotland on Saturday for a week. Have only been to edinburgh before, this time we're going to glasgow, edinburgh, inverness, drumnadrochit, fort william and maybe a few other places if we get a chance. We are mainly self catering anyway but will check out some of the places mentioned in this thread, and probably stock up in edinburgh or inverness.
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    Like i say,try and get there soon,and i mean SOON,the next few weeks,just in case!!!I particularly recommend the Mixed Pakora starters (individual veg fried sperately in batter with Tamarind sauce),main dish of either Aloo Gobi or Kofta (Vge cutlets in a rich,spicy tomato sauce),a side dish on Sindhri Batata (roasted sliced potato with onion and spices) and ask what the Daal of the day is!The Mushroom Pulao rice is great as well!
    Or just go for one of the Thalis if you feel real hungry!
    Whn you're in say Gordon recommended it to you!
    Me and the BassPixie child will be in Edinburgh for a week from the 21st. Ana Purna looks like a great place to go to eat, but soon!
    Thanks gogs67.

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    Was in the Ann Purna last night and it looks like it may be a month or so before everything changes hands so go for it folks!
    You have a good time HP?That gig on the Friday was a crackin night,always the same,eh?
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    Was in the Ann Purna last night and it looks like it may be a month or so before everything changes hands so go for it folks!
    Thanks for letting us know, will try to get over there in the next couple of weeks. Anyone in the Edinburgh area some lunch time wanting to meet up? It would be nice to not be the only vegan!

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    For the first time since I became vegan, I ate out in Inverness. I went to Lanna Thai on Queensgate (across from the Post Office) with another vegan and a omni who decided he was vegan for the night - we had lovely food and they understood what vegan meant, their website is here. Anne

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    Lots of vegan & vegan-friendly places in Glasgow, with map and contact details, at the "Vegan Guide to Glasgow"

    http://gvn.rhizomatics.org.uk/glasgowguide.html

    Another guide to the west of scotland, including the highlands and islands at:

    http://gvn.rhizomatics.org.uk/wscotguide.html

    If you find great vegan things in scotland, you could post some pictures to the flickr group at:

    http://www.flickr.com/groups/vegan_scotland/

    and finally, for those living here there's a few sociial networks for vegans to get together on:

    all of scotland
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scottish_vegan_network
    glasgow
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/gvn
    edinburgh
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/evn

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    In Glasgow there is a cafe/Restaurant called Grass roots, just round the corner from the Arts school. Of course there is Mono and the 13th note.

    In Edinburgh there is a vegetarian and vegan Restaurant called David Banns, it's more expensive, but some of the dishes are worth it.

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    A yahoo group for Scottish vegans http://groups.yahoo.com/group/scottishvegans/

    BTW, I hear Stereo in Glasgow got a review in yesterday's Metro - no idea if it was good or bad but good to see a vegan place getting the attention.

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    I have an LJ community called Vegan Glasgow. It mainly consists of places I've eaten and what you can eat at them but anything can be included in it relating to veganism in Glasgow. It's still fairly new but it's open to anyone who wants to join, read and contribute.
    http://community.livejournal.com/vegan_glasgow/

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    BTW, I hear Stereo in Glasgow got a review in yesterday's Metro - no idea if it was good or bad but good to see a vegan place getting the attention.
    I heard it was good and that it got 4 stars

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    I saw the review last week, and I also went along to Stereo to check it out again for myself. Had a lovely beetroot soup with greek salad in flatbread - lovely and filling. It's so cool to go somewhere and not worry about what I order, no questions about what they put in stuff in case they use butter or something...

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