Yelp have been scaling Edinburgh and Glasgow to satisfy all your filleted foodie dreams. So let's go Forth from the Firth and find us some fish!
2 George IV Bridge, Edinburgh
This fine dining restaurant has its own oyster bar and left Joe A reeling over his tempura squid with chilli dipping sauce and lobster thermadore with fries. An "immaculate, intimate" and delightful meal all round.
225a West George Street, Glasgow
Claire B says the food is sensational. "I opted for prawn, shrimp, crayfish cocktail, chili jam, lime to start followed by half Scottish lobster thermidor with rooster chips. All were heavenly."
11 Roseneath Street, Edinburgh
Further inland, this neighbourhood restaurant is a hidden gem. Julia S's main of steamed halibut with fresh crab and samphire almost "blew my head off it was so good". And they're BYOB too.
1114 Argyle Street, Glasgow
A "really lively and friendly"place. Steven B recommends "sitting up at the bar where you can chat with the staff and see what's happening in the kitchen."
Fishers in the City
58 Thistle Street, Edinburgh
Jurgen D starts with mussels that are "fresh as can be and taste like the sea" and moves on to a Bengali fish curry that sounds hotter than Johnny Depp in eyeliner: "Damn it was spicy." But you don't care "because all the flavours are tremendous."
1125 Argyle Street, Glasgow
"The melt in your mouth fish and chips is a winner." according to Marj C. She loves that they "use locally sourced produce and promote Scottish businesses". Make sure you check out the cocktails.
The Ship on the Shore
24 - 26 The Shore, Edinburgh
You could sail the seven seas and back again, but Alex W is convinced The Ship on the Shore is one of his top three restaurants in the world. It might have something to do with that "grand pot of steamed clams with chorizo and utterly divine monkfish tail in a cheeky little masala sauce" he had on his last visit.
Chippy Doon the Lane
off Buchanan Street, Glasgow
Looking for something with a casual vibe and delicious grub? Jason B says that "the Fish Tea special is only £6.25 and you get a serious inch thick slab of coley, perfectly fried with a large amount of chips, slice of bread and cup of tea or coffee."
14 Albert Place, Leith Walk, Edinburgh
Gibson A hooked a fish supper that was "literally faultless. It was filling, the batter was crispy and hardly greasy, and the fish of the highest quality". Not one for veggies though, as everything is cooked in animal lard.
157 Hope Street, Glasgow
Kate J went for the mussels - obviously - and found that after half a kilo, she was "stuffed". "The sauce on my mussels was delish and we had garlic bread and chips to mop up the juices." Sauce options include shallot, Mexican, blue cheese and roasted pepper.