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Edinburgh favourite Kilted Donut bring their US-inspired treats to Bonnie & Wild for Easter holiday extravaganza


EDINBURGH favourite Kilted Donut bring their US-inspired treats to Bonnie & Wild for Easter extravaganza

Visitors to Edinburgh’s Bonnie & Wild are in for a sweet treat during the Easter holidays as the popular Food Hall hosts an exclusive pop-up with renowned local bakery Kilted Donut.

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The donut deal is the latest in a series of pop-ups, takeovers and activations at Bonnie & Wild as the Edinburgh venue uses its position within the St James Quarter to champion “small Scottish food businesses and local talent”.

The pop-up is the “perfect topping”, say Edinburgh favourites Kilted Donuts, who have recently expanded their kitchen and now prepare to open a new site in Edinburgh’s affluent Morningside area.

Renowned for the US-style donuts with a Scottish twist, Kilted Donuts will be rolling out Cranachan-inspired donuts and other tasty treats during the two-week Easter pop-up at Bonnie & Wild, starting Tuesday April 2nd.

Lena Wollan, co-founder of Kilted Donuts, said: “We’re so excited to be coming into Bonnie & Wild for the Easter holidays and bringing our donuts to a new audience within the St James Quarter. We’re sure they’ll love our range of freshly made donuts such as Cranachan, Biscoff and Cinnamon Swirl. This exclusive deal with B&W is the perfect topping to the past few months which has seen us expand our kitchen and prepare to open a new shop in Edinburgh’s southside.”

Ryan Barrie, Managing Director of Bonnie & Wild, said: “Kilted Donuts are another fresh and exciting food business who’ve built up a strong and deserved reputation through their hard work, passion and beautiful products. They’ve established a loyal, local following and I’m sure they’ll do fantastic within Bonnie & Wild as they perfectly complement our existing family-friendly offer. We’re so happy to have them in for the holidays.

“All of us at Bonie & Wild are passionate about supporting small Scottish businesses and local talent, and having the ability to host these pop-ups means we can give small producers the opportunity to reach big audiences within the St James Quarter.”

The Kilted Donut move is just the latest in a programme of pop-ups and activations at Bonnie & Wild, which has previously hosted events with Raasay, The Botanist and Bowmore distilleries, as well as the Instagram and TikTok famous Chulo’s Stuffed Cookies. Next month, Bonnie & Wild is hosting an exclusive Sri Lankan New Year fine-dining event with Kochchi, winners of the Scottish Street Food Awards.

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