Provenance


All the kitchens and retailers within Bonnie & Wild are small, owner-led Scottish businesses that predominately source from Scottish suppliers, including many specialist producers, farms, and various wholesalers. Below is a non-exhaustive list of suppliers whose products can regularly be found within Bonnie & Wild.
  • Cairngorm Coffee, Edinburgh - For roasted coffee beans
  • Grahams Family Dairy, Bridge of Allan - For cows’ milk.
  • Le Letit Francias, Edinburgh - For pastries
  • Greencity Scottish Wholesalers, Glasgow - For various other items such as Minor Figures Oat Milk, which is made outwith Scotland.
  • Fieldwork, Edinburgh - For cake.

View more — Cairngorm Coffee

John Vallance, Glasgow

For chicken breast and wings, sourced from farms in Cumbria.

Breadwinner Bakery, Edinburgh

For various buns and rolls.

View more — Chooks

  • Braehead Foods, Kilmarnock - Supply and distribute a mix of locally made products for Creel ranging from locally sourced haggis, cheese and events/ canape items straight from their production kitchen.
  • Bernard Corrigan, Glasgow - Supplier all fish and seafood for Creel Caught.
    Along with the mussels, Creel Caught’s Monkfish is also from Shetland from the boat, Opportune. Their Haddock is from Peterhead, and they use Cumbrae Oysters which are farmed in Ayrshire on the west coast of Scotland. All Creel Caught’s seafood is sourced ethically in conjunction with the Marine Conversation Society’s Good Fish Guide.
  • The Breadwinner Bakery, Edinburgh - Supply fresh bread daily like sourdough and dark rye, rustic baguettes and brioche buns with some flours from Haddington.
  • Premier Produce Scotland, Glasgow - Supply and distribute mix of locally grown fruit and vegetables and dairy products.
  • Alliance Catering Scotland, Glasgow - Supplier and distributor of sundries, disposables and cleaning products.
  • Kate’s Lobsters - Kate collects her lobsters from the Firth of Forth and are creel caught. Within 24 hours they are delivered live to the kitchen.
  • Brakes Scotland - Brakes manufacture, distribute array of Scottish products such as various dairy, meats and veg, plus Scottish rapeseed oil.

View more — Creel Caught by Gary Maclean

View more — east PIZZAS

View more — El Perro Negro

In addition to the above, Joelato sources its nuts from Italy and chocolate from Belgium.

View more — Joelato

All of Kochchi’s vegetables, eggs and meat are sourced from Scottish suppliers.

  • Premier Produce Scotland, Glasgow. Supplies various vegetables, sourced from Scottish farms.
  • Campbells Meat, Linlithgow. Supplies chicken, eggs and pork, sourced from Scottish farms/butchers.
  • Spices imported from Sri Lanka and processed by Kochchi in Scotland.

View more — Kochchi

  • Premier Produce, Glasgow
  • Skyhorse Foods, Glasgow
  • Olleco Oils, Northampton

View more — Leith Woks

All of the bottleshop’s products are supplied by Glasgow-based wholesaler Inverarity Morton. Their extensive range of Scotch whiskies, gins, rums and other spirits comes from distilleries including:

  • Aberfeldy
  • Aberlour
  • Aelder
  • Ailsa Bay
  • Arbikie
  • Ardbeg
  • Arran
  • Auchentoshan
  • Balblair
  • Balvenie
  • The Glasgow Distillery (Bandutti Rum)
  • Ben Lomond Gin
  • Benriach
  • Bladnoch
  • Blairathol
  • Botanist
  • Bowmore
  • Broody Hen (Pickering’s Distillery)
  • Bruichladdich
  • Bunnahabhain
  • Campbelltown Loch Blended
  • Caorunn
  • Cardhu
  • Crabbie Whisky
  • Crabbies Gin
  • Cragganmore
  • Craigellachie
  • Creagdhu
  • Crossbill
  • Daffy's Gin
  • Dalwhinnie
  • Dark Matter
  • Darnley's Gin (Weyms Distilery)
  • Deanston
  • Discarded Spirits (William Grants & Sons)
  • Eden Mill
  • Edinburgh Gin
  • Edinburgh Rum (Glean Mor Spirits)
  • Edinburgh Whisky New Town
  • Electric Spirit Co Gin
  • Eradour
  • Esker Spirits
  • Feragaia
  • Garden Shed Co
  • Glaswegin
  • Glayva
  • Glen Elgin
  • Glen Moray
  • Glenallachie
  • Glencadam
  • Glendronach
  • Glenfarclass
  • Glenfiddich
  • Glengoyne
  • Glenkinchie
  • Glenmorangie
  • Glenscotia
  • Hazelburn
  • Hendricks Gin
  • Highland Park
  • Hills & Harbour (Crafty Distillery)
  • Holy Grass Vodka (Dunet Bay Distillers)
  • House of Elder Old Tom
  • Inchgower
  • Isle Of Raasay
  • Jura
  • Kilchoman
  • Kilkerran
  • Kingsbarns Whisky (Wemys Famly Distilllery
  • Kinrara Gin
  • Lagavulin
  • Laphroaig
  • Leith Gin (Gleann Mor Spirits)
  • Leith Rum (Gleann Mor Spirits)
  • Leith Vodka (Gleann Mor Spirits)
  • Lind & Lime
  • Lochlea
  • Longrow
  • Macallan
  • Makar (Glasgow Distillery Company)
  • Misty Isle (Isle of Skye Distillers)
  • Mortlach
  • Naked Grouse (Edrington)
  • Ninefold (Dormont Estate Distillery)
  • Ogilvy
  • Old Pulteney
  • Orkney Gin
  • Pickerings
  • Pittyvaich
  • Porter's Gin
  • Rockrose (Dunnet Bay Distillers)
  • Seawolf Scottish Rum
  • Secret Garden Distillery
  • Seven Crofts
  • Shetland Reel
  • Singleton
  • Springbank
  • Talisker
  • Tamdhu
  • Teaninch
  • Tobermory Distillery
  • Tulchan Estate Distillery
  • Valentian Vermouth
  • Wester
  • Whisky Row (Glean Mor Spirits)
  • Woven Whisky

View more — Rarity Bottle Shop

  • Premier Produce, Glasgow
  • Skyhorse Foods Ltd, Glasgow
  • Olleco Oils, Northampton

View more — Salt & Chilli Oriental

Bonnie & Wild's Scottish deli proudly offers a wide range of Scottish products in its soups, sandwiches, platters and other tasty treats, as we well as a variety of products you can buy and take home. Their suppliers include:

  • Premier Produce
  • Braehead Foods
  • JB Foodservce
  • IJ Mellis
  • Brakes Foods Scotland
  • The Breadwinner Scotland
  • East Coast Cured
  • The Cress Company
  • Scotch & Company

View more — Soup & Caboodle Scottish Deli

  • Brakes Scotland
  • Bidfood
  • Booker
  • Kent Foods, Paisley
  • Grumpy Pig
  • Macsween, Edinburgh. For black pudding and veggie haggis
  • Campbell Brothers, Edinburgh. For lorne sausage and smoked salmon
  • Heather Cameron Foods, Coatbrodge. For meringues 
  • Various farms across Scotland. For seasonal fruits

View more — Stack & Still

Drinking at one of our three unique bars? Our bars are predominately supplied by:

  • Inverarity Morton, Glasgow
  • Edinburgh Beer Factory, Edinburgh
  • Williams Bros, Alloa
  • Pilot Brewery, Edinburgh
  • Premier Produce, Glasgow
  • Bon Accord Soft Drinks, Edinburgh

In addition, please ask your bartender if you have a query about allergens in your drinks.

All Wines: may contain sulfates

Beers

  • Paolozzi Lager: Gluten
  • Pilot Blonde: Gluten
  • Pilot Peach Melba: Gluten
  • Arran Gold: Lactose

Cocktails:

Bloody Mary: Celery, Fish, Soya

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