The Contenders


The Pig’s Ear

The East Hill

The Alexandra

The Sand’s End

The Bull & Last

The Hinds Head

The Durrell Arms

The Harwood Arms

The Ship

The Coach and Horses

The Duke on the Green

Ye Olde King’s Head – Santa Monica



Ben’s Canteen

Dean Street Townhouse

Hix Oyster & Fish House

Heliot at the Hippodrome





Union Market

Marks & Spencer

The Co-operative

Sainsbury’s Classic

- Sainsbury’s basic range

- Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference

Butchers and Delicatessens:


Cleavers Chilli


The Ginger Pig

JC Rook & Sons

Peyton and Byrne

The Butcher & Grill

Court, Coffee & Catering

Harvey Nichols Wild Boar

Fortnum & Mason (with chorizo)

Fortnum & Mason (with haggis)

Fortnum & Mason (with salmon)



Wallace & Co.

the happy egg co.

the happy egg co. mini savoury eggs

Friday Food Club

The Hospital Club

Artisan du Chocolat (Easter Special)

The Handmade Scotch Egg Company:


Black Watch

The Ploughman’s

Casablanca Wee Ones

The 12 Scotch Eggs of Christmas

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15 responses to “The Contenders

  1. Harry

    Try the Scotch egg at Roast in Borough Market.

  2. Marcus

    I think The White Horse in Parsons Greens sells Scotch Eggs? You might want to check their website. And there’s The Prince of Wales pub down the road in Putney.

  3. Adam Fray

    Do ‘The Handmade Scotch Egg Company’ sponsor you?

  4. Tim

    Are you going to add The Alexandra’s (Wimbledon)?

  5. Caroline

    Please try the scotch egg at Quo Vadis (also on Dean Street, Soho) .
    Not cheap but they get that meltysoft eggy middle perfectly right. AND they serve it with bacon!

  6. Benj

    I think you may need to check out A. Golds in Spitalfields, cracking examples of the oeuvre.

  7. charlotte

    PRINCE OF WALES in Putney has the best Scotch eggs in the land.

  8. Lizzie

    The new pub in Chelsea, Hollywood Arms, is doing a scotch egg. You should go there.

  9. Rob Branigan

    If you’re ever in Newcastle, David Kennedy’s Food Social do an almighty venison scotch egg, served with celeriac mayonnaise and apple chutney. At around £7 its on the pricey side, but considering it is a starter rather than a pub snack, its understandable. Had one a few weeks ago, it was delicious.

    • I’m sure someone else has also recommended this to me, in which case it must be good. I’ll have to arrange a few days visit next year and I can come and sample David Kennedy’s offer. It’ll be my most Northernly Scotch egg.


  10. Maria Rees

    Amazing stuff. You’ve tried and tested almost all available.

  11. Laura Hurley

    Really want to try Ben’s Canteen Scotch egg now!

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