These Scottish restaurants feature in the Michelin Guide - and are offering meal delivery and takeaway

The Michelin Guide 2021 was released this month, having been postponed from October.

Published 27th Jan 2021
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

Scotland currently has 10 Michelin Star restaurants, with many more being recognised under the Guide's scoring system that includes Bib Gourmands and Michelin Plate - and a number of these are offering meal delivery during the pandemic.

Bib Gourmands are named after Bibendum – the Michelin Man – and highlight restaurants offering good food at competitive prices.

The Michelin Plate is the symbol for those restaurants that have neither a star nor a Bib Gourmand but are serving very good food, which is recognised by the Guide.

Here we take a look at a range of restaurants in Scotland that feature in the Michelin Guide and are offering meal delivery or takeaway.

Michelin Star restaurants offering delivery

Cail Bruich - Glasgow

Others are offering gift vouchers for when they reopen.

Bib Gourmand restaurants - takeaway and delivery

Scran & Scallie - Edinburgh

Monadh Kitchen - Bearsden Glasgow

Provender - Melrose

The Bonnie Badger - Gullane

Award-winning Skye restaurant named in world's top 1000

Michelin Plate restaurants - takeaway and delivery

Auldgirth Inn - Auldgirth

Tayberry - Broughty Ferry

Sutor Creek Cafe - Cromarty

The Creel - Dunbar

DINE - Edinburgh

Ubiquitous Chip announce Christmas food and drink menu - including festive cocktails and cosy roof terrace

Ondine - Edinburgh

Gardener's Cottage - Edinburgh

The Little Chartroom - Edinburgh

Seasons - Gattonside

Gamba - Glasgow

Two Scottish takeaways feature in Deliveroo top 100 worldwide roundup - including acclaimed Thai restaurant

Alchemilla - Glasgow

Hanoi Bike Shop - Glasgow

Julie's Kopitiam - Glasgow

La Potinière - Gullane

Kinneuchar Inn - Kilconquhar

Borough - Leith

The Newport - Newport-on-Tay

The Wee Restaurant - North Queensferry

Haar - St Andrews

Ballintaggart - Grandtully

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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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