Radio 1 presenter Greg James loved tucking right into a legendary native creation when he paid a flying go to to Stonehaven this week.
The DJ joined fellow host, Scottish star Arielle Free, at The Carron Fish Bar within the city whereas on a visit to Scotland as a part of Radio 1’s return north of the border.
An exhibition celebrating Radio 1’s Large Weekend is operating at Dundee’s V&A museum from Friday, December 1 till Sunday, January 7 with James and Free presenting from town this week.
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Nevertheless, the duo managed to make a enterprise additional north and James, 37, shared his evaluate of the well-known deep-fried Mars Bar supplied by The Carron Fish Bar.
The controversial dish has break up opinion because it was mentioned to have been created at The Carron, previously referred to as The Haven, greater than 30 years in the past.
James mentioned on Instagram: “I actually like it right here. We’re BACK in Scotland to placed on an precise exhibition at @vadundee to have fun Large Weekend from this yr. We’re spending the week curating it together with your gadgets…
“So enjoyable doing the present with @ariellefree. Good little journey to Stonehaven yesterday, ENORMOUS fish supper, battered Mars bar, then a giant lie down attributable to palpitations from all of it. Defib on standby. Ps. It’s so chilly the studio gave up yesterday.”