Paying homage to traditional Scottish cuisine and native customs, Mac and Wild serves up London’s most traceable meat and seasonal produce straight from the wild Scottish Highlands. The eclectic, hunting-lodge-style interior is filled with leathers and chunky wood and black & white photography of the bonnie Highlands.
The meat-heavy menu at Mac and Wild City is filled with prized signature dishes, headed by the ‘Veni-Moo’ burger, which boasts awards including the UKs best burger. Other favourites include the haggis mac and cheese, venison chateaubriand, steamed Scottish mussels and drippy Scotch eggs. There is also an entirely-Scottish whisky selection of over 200 blends.
Mac and Wild Liverpool Street serves a Scottish-themed brunch at the weekend, bringing the finest Scottish produce south of the border.
From the bar, beers and ciders are cherry-picked from across Scotland, and there is a selection of playful cocktails, including the Irn Bru-themed Forth Bridge, and the refreshing Bonnie Spritz with Haig Clubman.
Guests can enjoy the sun-bathed terrace come rain or shine with its fully covered glass roof, or dine in the cosy restaurant. Find Mac and Wild London a 1-minute walk from Liverpool Street Station.
This is one of David Beckhams favourite restaurants and is absolutely not to be missed!