A Little Taste of Scotland is one of the Clay County Fair's newest food vendors, and it delivers. All the beef used is 100 percent Scottish Highland, and it makes for a great burger.
I tried the Loch Ness Burger with Scottish Game Chips for $11. From the name, you can gather it is a monster of a burger. It's two huge beef patties topped with your choice of cheese. (I chose the bacon cheddar.) You can also top it off with cooked onions if you like them.
If you're a burger lover, you got to try A Little Taste of Scotland. It's not greasy, and you can actually taste the all-natural beef. The burger itself is $8, but it's so big it more than makes up for it. It is definitely, as the description on the menu said, "fit for a king."
I could only eat three-fourths of the Loch Ness Burger myself. I wanted to keep eating, but I was so full. If you're hungry enough that you feel like you could eat a whole cow, this is definitely the burger for you.
The Scottish Game Chips are just as delicious as the burger itself. The chips were crispy and crunchy and not the least bit greasy. You also get to salt them yourself, so if you like your chips more salty or not very salty at all, it's completely up to you.
I hope you enjoy this 'little taste of Scotland' that you can find right here at the fair. A Little Taste of Scotland is located just west of the Northwest Bank Stage near the face painting booth.