Scottish game specialist to set up London restaurant

04 June 2015 by
Scottish game specialist to set up London restaurant

A restaurant specialising in Scottish game and seafood is set to open on London's Great Titchfield Street this summer.

Mac & Wild was founded by Andy Waugh and began as a street food operation serving meat sourced from his family's Inverness game-butchering business.

The produce has helped win Waugh Street Food of the Year at The Young British Foodies Awards and Best Signature Burger at the National Burger Awards 2015.

The menu at the 70-cover permanent site will include venison tartare, cured smoked scallops, venison burgers with duck fat chips and desserts of whisky tipsy and horseradish toffee. Two tasting menus will also be available.

Designed to evoke the wild, the interior will feature stag heads on the walls and butchers' hooks hanging from the ceiling.

Waugh said: "We're delighted to be bringing the north of Scotland to central London with the launch of Mac & Wild restaurant. Our produce is not just wild or from ‘somewhere' up north, we can tell you exactly who shot it and where from the Highlands, and we look forward to sharing it with you soon!"

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