Kippers (smoked fish) or porridge are popular choices for breakfast. I expect that something resembling the full English will be readily available for breakfast, or boiled eggs.
I've only ever visited Edinburgh which is of course very cosmopolitan so you can eat virtually any world cuisine you like there. Glasgow is likewise.
Meatwise you should be OK as others have pointed out. Anecdotally, when my parents visited Scotland they were shocked at how few vegetables were served with meals, especially outside the cities. If you eat potatoes they will be readily available.
My experience of comprehensive organised tours in other countries is no choice of restaurant at lunchtime, and often very limited choice of food, often wheat-based, and that this varies from day to day - some days it can be a proper meal with meat/fish and vegetables. Sometimes there is only fast food on offer. So the best option at lunchtime can be IF or eating your own foods that you have on standby. Tinned fish is a good choice, which you should be able to pick up in food shops very easily. However, I would advise you to take some of your own food with you, as touring holidays tend to be very active and you will get hungry. Take a picnic-ing kit including disposable paper plates and plastic knives and forks.
Evening meals usually provide a better choice - sometimes you have to eat with the group and sometimes you can chose where you eat, depending on location and timing. This really depends on the type of tour you are doing, but I'm guessing it'll be quite comprehensive with a very full itinery given the distance you are travelling to do it.
Last edited by paleo-bunny; 04-21-2012 at 03:38 AM.
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