haggis toronto

How's the haggis at Toronto's top Scottish pub?

Since opening three years ago, this College Street pub has imported the true Scottish experience to an unassuming locale just west of Ossington. Along with an impressive selection of malt Whiskys and beers, the pub serves a $16 plate of haggis, otherwise known as savoury lamb and oat pudding cooked in a sheep's stomach lining. So how does it taste?

Read my profile of The Caledonian in the restaurants section.


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