Dundee's Food Bucket List

- A Visocchi's Ice Cream on Broughty Ferry Beach, regardless of the weather! Visocchis Cafe, 40 Gray Street, Broughty Ferry

- A slice of toast dripping with Mackay's Dundee Orange Marmalade.

- A just-baked morning roll from Clark's Bakery on Annfield Road after a night on the town. What more could you ask for at 2am? Clarks Bakery, unit 3 Annfield Row, Dundee

- A pot of tea and a scone in a Goodfellow & Stevens Cafe. Goodfellow and Stevens cafe, 83 Gray Street, Broughty Ferry.

- A pint in 'Mennies', actually the Speedwell Bar but known as mennies after Mrs Mennie, the pub's landlady for half a century. Speedwell Bar 165-167 Perth Road, Dundee, DD2 1AS

- Eggs Florentine Dundee-style at Hotel Indigo, where poached eggs and spinach are accompanied by a tattie scone rather than a muffin. Hotel Indigo, Daisy Taskers, Lower Dens Mill, Constable Street, Dundee, DD4 6AD.

- A pint of chips at The Phoenix. Who knew a pint glass could be so versatile? The Phoenix, 103 Nethergate, Dundee, DD1 4DH.

- A fudge doughnut from Fisher and Donaldson. Fisher and Donaldson 12 Whitehall Street, Dundee.

- An OVD Rum and Coke in one of the pubs on Dock Street, where Scotland's favourite Rum was first blended and bottled in 1838. No. 57 Pub company 57-58 Dock Street, Dundee, DD1 3DU

- A Dundee peh (Pie) - ask the butchers to serve it hot and eat straight out of the paper bag. Clarks Bakery, unit 3 Annfield Row, Dundee / Scott Brothers Butchers 32 Nethergate, Dundee DD1 4ET

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