Edinburgh’s Kilted Donuts are popping-up at Bonnie & Wild Food Hall for Easter

Visitors to Edinburgh’s Bonnie & Wild are in for a sweet treat during the Easter holidays as the popular Food Hall hosts an exclusive pop-up with renowned local bakery Kilted Donut.

Published 27th Mar 2024
Updated 27 th Mar 2024

The Kilted Donuts pop-up is the latest in a series of pop-ups, takeovers and activations at Bonnie & Wild as the Edinburgh venue uses its position within the St James Quarter to champion “small Scottish food businesses and local talent”.

The pop-up is the “perfect topping”, say Edinburgh favourites Kilted Donuts, who have recently expanded their kitchen and now prepare to open a new site in Edinburgh’s affluent Morningside area.

Renowned for the US-style donuts with a Scottish twist, Kilted Donuts will be rolling out Cranachan-inspired donuts and other tasty treats during the two-week Easter pop-up at Bonnie & Wild, starting Tuesday 2 April.

Kilted Donut Bonnie & Wild

Lena Wollan, co-founder of Kilted Donuts, said: “We’re so excited to be coming into Bonnie & Wild for the Easter holidays and bringing our donuts to a new audience within the St James Quarter. 

“We’re sure they’ll love our range of freshly made donuts such as Cranachan, Biscoff and Cinnamon Swirl. This exclusive deal with B&W is the perfect topping to the past few months which has seen us expand our kitchen and prepare to open a new shop in Edinburgh’s southside.”

Ryan Barrie, Managing Director of Bonnie & Wild, added: “Kilted Donuts are another fresh and exciting food business who’ve built up a strong and deserved reputation through their hard work, passion and beautiful products. 

“They’ve established a loyal, local following and I’m sure they’ll do fantastic within Bonnie & Wild as they perfectly complement our existing family-friendly offer. We’re so happy to have them in for the holidays.

“All of us at Bonnie & Wild are passionate about supporting small Scottish businesses and local talent, and having the ability to host these pop-ups means we can give small producers the opportunity to reach big audiences within the St James Quarter.”

The Kilted Donut move is just the latest in a programme of pop-ups and activations at Bonnie & Wild, which has previously hosted events with Raasay, The Botanist and Bowmore distilleries, as well as the Instagram and TikTok famous Chulo’s Stuffed Cookies.

Next month, Bonnie & Wild is hosting an exclusive Sri Lankan New Year fine-dining event with Kochchi, winners of the Scottish Street Food Awards.

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Bonnie & Wild, St James Square, Edinburgh, UK
Bonnie & Wild, St James Square, Edinburgh, UK, EH1 3AE
Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.
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