Though Scotland’s food is comparatively more similar to English cuisine due to its topography, it still has its own unique traditional chows to it. Sea food occupies a larger place in its native cuisine and the food is generally not spicy. The most popular dish on the Scottish platter will be Haggis, neeps and tatties. Oats have been a staple food for many from centuries and one can find different variants in it. Most of all the dishes comprise of beef, lamb, game, dairy produce, fruit and vegetables. Cullen Skink is the peppery traditional dish and is a popularly known Scottish salmon.