Whether it's links, square, whacked into a roll or sitting comfily on a wee bed of mashed tatties, this week Yelpers bring you the tastiest sausages in Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Liz K wanted to try the sausages, as "they make their own". She says, "it was really nice - the sausages had a little spice to them, which I always love". Try them as part of the big breakfast or on a roll.
4a Forrest Road, Edinburgh
"I chose the Spanish chorizo, garlic and ginger, and the ale and watercress sausages." Shona F says, "my favourite of the three was the ale and watercress. I accompanied the sausages with the chipotle and cheese mash!"
Lupe Pintos Deli
313 Great Western Road, Glasgow
This "funky little shop" with a "smattering of foods from across the pond" is where Devin M gets her "big chorizo sausages, which are always fresh and taste great".
249 Leith Walk, Edinburgh
Sharon G says, "everything we tried was very good although I had real trouble choosing as everything looked so appealing. We started with a pastry wrapped sausage and bread with ham and chorizo style sausage."
1126 Argyle Street, Glasgow
Sampling the "smoked sausage supper" Graeme H says it's great having tried it both "battered" and "in the nip". 'They are doing decent non-standard stuff like scallops in curry sauce and chicken schnitzel" to set them apart from a standard chip shop.
The Zulu Lounge
366 Morningside Road, Edinburgh
They "offer an extensive breakfast menu and the main meals are authentic South African dishes such as 'Gatzby', a filled baguette, and traditional South African sausage," advises Lauren G.
14 Drury Street, Glasgow
"I could have eaten mine five times over" declares Lauren C. "I'd decided on the sausage picante and there were gloriously big lumps of pork dotted merrily around a mega thin margarita base with just the tiniest hint of chilli through it."
17 Queensferry, Edinburgh
Jurgen D "chose the Lyon Saucisson with puy lentils … My dish came to the table in a pot and was served by the waitress, great restaurant theatre. What made this even better was that there were seconds to be had in the pot. The sausage and lentils went brilliantly together and the quality of the sausage was great."
Templeton Building, Glasgow Green
Sausages abound on the menu at this German influenced brewery. Options range from Bavarian garlic sausage to Currywurst, or as part of the weekend full cooked breakfast!
146 Marchmont Road, Edinburgh
Clementine H "had sausages with spring onion mash and a redcurrant jus that was rich and tasty without being too heavy on the stomach."