Where Can I Buy Servus Venison Haggis?

This is a list of the places where you can find our Haggis, to try and to buy.

The list comes in three parts. I’ve updated the list today (20/01/17). New locations will appear at the top of the relevant lists so it’s easy to find new places.

Firstly, places where you can come along and meet us, try our haggis and buy some direct from the deers mouth (no horses involved I’m pleased to say)

Secondly, places that are stocking our packaged haggis for sale.

Thirdly (but by no means least) restaurants and other places that are selling our haggis ready to eat.

Hopefully you’ll find somewhere near you where you can get hold of some of our haggis. If there isn’t, and you think you know somewhere near you that might want to sell it, please drop us a line with their details and we’ll get in touch with them.

Farmers markets, food fairs and other events:-

Edinburgh Food Social’s indoor market at The Biscuit Factory.
We’ll be here on the 28th and 29th of January. This is a new market, in the early stages, and the list of local food companies is impressive. The location is exactly what it says on the tin, a biscuit factory that has been repurposed in to a multi use space. We’re really excited about this market, and the whole Edinburgh Food Social movement. Hopefully we’ll see you there.

http://www.edinburghlarder.co.uk/socialenterprise/

Musselburgh Farmers Market.

This new market, in the Town Hall car park in Musselburgh, boasts a select range of stalls selling all kinds of excellent local ingredients, as well as some more exotic fayre. It takes place on the second Friday of each month. This is a great little out of town market with a friendly, relaxed atmosphere and some very tasty produce.

https://www.facebook.com/ServusVenisonHaggis/photos/a.1119764774735585.1073741829.1098149456897117/1327059794006081/?type=3&hc_ref=SEARCH

Stockbridge Farmers Market.

We will be at Stockbridge on the second sunday of every month. We will be selling our haggis, and also serving warm haggis bites.

https://www.facebook.com/StockbridgeMarket/?fref=ts

Restaurants and other food establishments.

The Carmichael Tea Room and Bistro will be featuring Servus Venison Haggis on its menu. Drop in during the day for a pleasant lunch, made using home grown, single estate Carmichael meats, expertly prepared by Steve. You can pop in to the shop at the same time and bag yourself lots of tasty local foods, including our haggis.

Deli’s and farm shops.

There have been several new additions to the stockist list, so have a scroll down.

Gloagburn Farm Shop

This fantastic farm shop and cafe stocks a wide selection of excellent products, including my favourite Wessex Mills flour (we used to live 5 minutes down the road from the mill). We are very proud to have our product stocked here, and look forward to a great future together. I will be in the farm shop this Saturday (the 21st of January) with haggis for people to taste. You can buy your whole Burns supper here, from the neaps, tatties, haggis and even a good drop of single malt to wash it all down.

http://www.gloagburnfarmshop.co.uk/index.php

BAMS Deli, Musselburgh
We love this new Deli that has recently opened in Musselburgh. It is right opposite the site for the Musselburgh market, and is the brainchild of a lovely couple who are passionate about supplying great food to their customers.

https://www.bamsdeli.com/

Corbie and Chiep, Auchterarder.
This is a really intriguing little deli/coffee shop, that sells lots of great local produce as well as products sourced from Ann (the owner)’s native Germany. They serve dangerously good cakes, great savoury food and excellent tea and coffee in a comfy and friendly environment. They welcome well behaved dogs (like all the best places) and the old bakers shop makes for an interesting location.

http://www.corbieandcheip.co.uk/grid

The Ardardan Estate Farm shop

This great farm shop and tea rooms, in a lovely location overlooking the Clyde, in a beautifully restored walled garden, stocks a great range of local and international foods. They are very friendly, and the knowledgable staff will help you find exactly the right tasty treats. They stock a selection of their own meats, both fresh and frozen, as well as a good selection of other interesting comestibles. I can especially recommend their cheese counter.

http://ardardan.co.uk/#&panel1-2

Locavore Glasgow.
This is a brilliant idea. A shop that is all about supplying good, healthy, local food to local people. They also supply veg boxes for local delivery. We’re really excited about this stockist as we share a lot of their core values. If you’re nearby, pop in to the shop and have a chat with Conor. Let him know we sent you and grab some great local grub. 😉

http://glasgowlocavore.org/

Carmichael Estate Farm Shop

We source a lot of our offal from the excellent Carmichael estate. Their “Eat The Farm” motto thoroughly embraces the field to fork ethos. It is one of the few “single estate” meat sources around. All the meat sold in the shop is raised on the estate. The venison and lamb is slaughtered and butchered on site. The beef is taken a short distance down the road for slaughtering, and is brought back to the estate for butchering. They even grow most of the winter feed for the animals on the estate.

The result is some of the most fantastic meat I’ve ever tasted (and I’ve eaten a lot of meat) which is ethically cared for, killed with the absolute minimum of stress and has the absolute minimum number of food miles possible.

As well as the brilliant farm shop, which stocks the estate’s meat, (beautifully butchered to the highest standards by Stevie, and cared for and recommended by Marie, the vegetarian with the most meat knowledge I’ve ever met) pop round the corner and try some of the tasty food cooked up by Steve the chef in the tea room. It’s a lovely little place to sit and enjoy a cuppa with the family after a walk through the woods, or a jaunt up the imposing Tinto hill (the second highest hill in Lanarkshire). For the less active, just pop in for cake, or a tasty lunch, before visiting the wax works to learn all about Scottish history, told in the medium of wax. Look carefully and you may spot Princess Leia, Lulu and a few other famous faces amongst the waxworks.

The Farm Shop is open five days a week, Wednesday to Sunday, 10AM to 5PM during the summer. If you want to buy anything from the shop on other days, just ask the staff in the tea room and they will open the shop up for you between 9 and 4. Winter opening times vary so check the website for those. The tea room/Bistro is open 9 ’til 4, seven days a week during the summer. Pop in and meet Steve, and try some of his great food. We strongly recommend the venison steak pie, if you can get hold of them. If you ring the farm shop or tea room you can order in advance to collect later.

The Carmichael Farm Shop will be stocking our haggis on their shelves. If they have run out, they can pass you our details so you can order directly, either to be dropped off at the Carmichael farm shop, or to collect from us.

https://www.facebook.com/CarmichaelEstate/?fref=ts
https://www.carmichael.co.uk/farm-shop/

Carrington Mouses Larder.

In Newington, just a short hop from the Royal Mile, lives the Carrington Mouse. His larder stocks some of the finest in local, and international, foods. Pop in and meet Carey and Daryll, and pick up one of our lovely haggis, along with some fine cheese, some wine and lots of other tasty treats.

https://www.facebook.com/mouselarder/

Hopetoun House Farm Shop.

Part of the historic Hopetoun estate, the farm shop is renowned for stocking excellent local products, including their own excellent meats (I was drooling over some fantastic French trimmed racks of Roe deer today, I managed to resist, just) both farmed and wild. Their head butcher William can advise you how to get the best out of the meats he lovingly prepares. If it’s a spectacular joint of venison for a special family dinner, some prime pork ribs for a bbq or a tasty venison haggis, they can provide.
They also sell a huge variety of other tasty goodies from Scotland and around the world.

https://www.facebook.com/HopetounFarmShop/?fref=ts

The Strawberry Farm Shop in Scone is stocking Servus Venison Haggis. This brilliant little shop sells all sorts of soft fruit, lovingly grown on the farm, as well as a wide selection of other “farmers market” style food and drinks sourced from around Scotland. They also stock some amazing fish and shellfish sourced from the Mull of Kintyre. Last, but by no means least, they are also stocking your favourite venison haggis.

The Strawberry Farm Shop is strictly seasonal, opening from May to October, so hurry along and bag yourselves some treats, before it’s too late!

http://www.thestrawberryshop.co.uk/

Carraghers Deli.

At the bottom of the High Street in Lanark is the historic Castlegate. Opposite the Lidl store is a hidden gem. Carraghers is owned by the guys from Battlefield Bakery, so all of their tasty snacks are served on fantastic, freshly baked bread. They also have a huge selection of exciting food and drink products, ranging from the best in local, to international favourites. From Lanark Blue cheese to a great selection of wines from around the globe. A particular favourite is the Cairn’O’Mohr “Braes O Gowrie” sparkling elderflower and elderberry non alcoholic drinks. They also have some of your favourite venison haggis on the counter.

https://www.facebook.com/Carraghers-Deli-1565351527033646/

Tebay Services, Westmorland.

In a move south, we are thrilled to announce that you can now buy our haggis from the butchery counter at the southbound services at Tebay. It’s taken a while to get it in there, but it’s been worth every second and we are hugely proud to be able to announce Tebay Westmorland as out latest stockists.

http://www.tebayservices.com/

Please drop in if you are passing on the M6. If you are Northbound you can access the Southbound services using the bridge at the top of the site. The restaurant is excellent, the coffee is amazingly good and the farm shop is like a whole new world. Even better, there’s not a Starbucks or McDonalds in sight. Everything is locally produced and the farm shop specialises in small producers and new producers. Drop in and enjoy!

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