When you’re traveling on a budget, there’s nothing more satisfying than finding a cheap meal that’s actually good. A great example of this? A delightfully affordable pie shop in Edinburgh called Piemaker.
I got a Scotch Pie, which is filled with a peppery mixture of very finely ground beef (the texture kind of reminded me of the filling of Jamaican patties).
I also got a haggis roll, which features greasy puff pastry (seriously, look at how oily the bag got after about 15 seconds of contact with this thing) filled with a generous amount of haggis.
To be honest, neither was anything too memorable, but the price? I paid £2.50 for both — around four bucks Canadian — for a meal that was tasty enough and surprisingly filling. Somehow, when it’s that cheap, it just tastes better.