I was there last night, and I shant forget the meal: I went for the gold, and ordered haggis.
It was very good! Quite heavy and a bit, well, gamey, but tasty. It came with a side of honey-roasted rutabaga and mashed potatoes. As with everything at The Scottish Arms, it was quite authentic. A friend in attendance has traveled the world (including Scotland) and vouched for the place.
I like food, but I can't say I'm a gourmand / foodie. I'm not one who raves about a dish, saying that the amount of nutmeg perfectly balances the amount of ginger.
With that as a modest disclaimer, I've had the following:
- shark-fin soup (though I felt guilty and never again)
- alligator (in several places)
- cow's tongue (a delicacy on PEI)
- raw oysters (in New Orleans)
- and now haggis
How about you? What is the most exotic thing you've had?