Take a boiled egg, wrap it in sausage and breadcrumbs, and then fry that protein parcel until golden brown and you have a Scotch egg. With the rise of gastropub culture, so too has this cholesterol-packed British recipe risen in popularity. And why not? The Scotch egg is like life's way of telling you it is okay to have breakfast with your beer at midnight in a bar. Here, now, are eight bars and restaurants around Metro Detroit serving up this savory side dish pair with your next pint.Read More
8 Places to Find Scotch Eggs in Metro Detroit
Boiled, fried breakfast for dinner.
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St. CeCe's Pub
St. CeCe's delivers a straight-forward Scotch egg appetizer with soft-centered yolks, a thin layer of crumb, and pickled veggies.
The Huron Room
Huron Room's dainty Scotch quail eggs come in threes prepared with house chorizo and a chipotle mustard for dipping. They pair well with a Michigan brew off the restaurant's lengthy beer list.
Fort Street Brewery
Go straight for the epic plate of sausages, dubbed “The Sausage Feast”, at Fort Street Brewery and a Scotch egg with a hard boiled center while you wait.
Sean O'Callaghan's Pub
Visitors to this finely crafted Irish pub will be rewarded with an equally delightful Scotch egg made with sage sausage and Guinness mustard dip.
Scotch egg fans are particularly fond of Betty's particular brand of boiled and fried app that comes coated in a thin, crunchy layer of panko crumb.
Ye Olde Saloon
Call it a dive if you want but these cats can churn out some wicked bar snacks. The place is straightforward and does the job of serving beer and nibbles efficiently including a scrumptious Scotch egg.
Ale Mary's Beer Hall
Few spots in Royal Oak can rival Ale Mary’s beer selection. Grab a Scotch egg next time too. Your stomach will thank you for both eating a culinary delight and to soaking up that beer flight you just polished off.
Red Coat Tavern
This bar rocks a solid burger and beer list, and also pays tribute to British fare with Scotch eggs served simply in a spicy sausage wrap with mustard.
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