There's nothing like diving into a bowl of Cullen Skink, Scotland's favourite soup. This week, Yelpers bring you our list of 10 places to slurp to your heart's content from Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Babbity Bowster

16-18 Blackfriars Street, Glasgow

Marj C says the menu is 'packed with Cullen Skink along with other tasty Scottish fayre' - the soup is featured on the a la carte menu so you can try it any time you fancy.

The Devil's Advocate

9 Advocate Close, Edinburgh Old Town

Maria P promises, " a warming Cullen Skink Pie and goat cheese, leek and pumpkin tart, washed down with an excellent Chilean Pinot Noir" is a perfect fit for a "chilled Friday night meal!"

Bar Gandolfi

64 Albion Street, Glasgow

Jakey M recommends visiting here for the Cullen Skink while you relax and read a book (or chat to your dining companion!).

Hewat's Restaurant

19 - 21b Causewayside, Newington, Edinburgh

Phil C opted for Cullen Skink with mussels: "the flavours from the smoked fish met with the creaminess of the soup to start the meal off on the right foot. It was also great to see a restaurant make its own bread; something I feel sadly lacks in eateries these days!"

Oran Mor

731 Great Western Road, Glasgow

Lauren G says 'you can be assured you will have a nice evening in here' with a bowl of Cullen Skink in front of you.'

WHISKI Bar & Restaurant

119 High Street, The Royal Mile, Edinburgh

Katie V keeps it simple: The "Cullen Skink is SO good... I don't know how to put it. We wanted six bowls of this!"

Two Fat Ladies

88 Dumbarton Road, Glasgow

Devin M loves the 'great service, intimate setting' and proclaims it as an 'an all-around win!' Cullen Skink is available on the a la carte menu alongside lots of other seafood delights to tempt your taste buds.

The Cafe Royal

19 W Register Street, Edinburgh New Town

"Beautiful decor and helpful waiters." Avery W had "the Cullen Skink, which was quite nice and different to ones that I had in the past, as they had blended the haddock into fine pieces."

The Fish People Cafe

350 Scotland Street, Glasgow

Cullen Skink features on the lunch menu and Jason B says 'the place has a modern, clean design but is centered around a classic marble-sided oyster bar with lots of dark wood, perfect if you just want to sit up and get some oysters and a Bloody Mary.'

Teuchters Landing

1a and 1c Dock Place, Leith, Edinburgh

Teuchters is Emily H's "new favourite Sunday afternoon hangout. I thoroughly enjoyed my haggis stovies and my guy LOVED his Cullen Skink. I'm not usually one for oat cakes but we received a few to go with our food and man were they tasty!"