Ah, the infamous Deep Fried Mars Bar, said to have been invented by Aberdeenshire fish bar The Carron way back in 1995. Gooey caramel chocolatey goodness, encased in crunchy batter, what’s not to love? Don’t knock it ‘til you’ve tried it, read on to see where to find one in Glasgow…

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Image: Wikipedia

Blue Lagoon

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Just outside Central Station is Blue Lagoon, a favourite of many Glaswegians and of course, Justin Bieber. Why not try “Glasgow’s classic dessert – the world famous Deep Fried Mars Bar”.

Pizza Crolla

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Located on the corner of Buchanan Street and West George Street, Pizza Crolla serves Deep Fried Mars Bars alongside their usual suppers.

Maggie Mays

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If you fancy eating a Deep Fried Mars Bar that isn’t a chippy, try Maggie Mays in Merchant City and order a Deep Fried Mars Bar served with Vanilla Ice Cream.

Driftwood

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This bar at the top of Sauchiehall Street is never afraid of pushing boundaries when it comes to trialling new dishes. Their Specials include Scotch Pie & Beans Pizza, Buckfast Glazed Chicken Strips (read about them here), and of course, Deep Fried Mars Bars. Why not enjoy it with a BuckDog Bomb?

Liberté

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Another restaurant serving up the delicacy is Liberté on North Street, Glasgow. The Deep Fried Mars Bar is served with ice-cream or pouring cream.

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