1. A chicken masala naanwich and a ginger and turmeric juice at Babu in Glasgow.
Because the spicy, carby, oniony masala sandwich at this hip Indian street kitchen will satisfy your grease cravings, and the zingy ginger and turmeric juice will settle your stomach afterwards.
2. Currywurst with garlic mayo at the Old Inn in Dunfermline.
Because the fried bockwurst will fill you up, the curry sauce will delight your tastebuds, and onions are one of your five a day. Meathammer Ltd. (the resident chefs) also do giant burgers if you think you can manage more.
3. A lamb leg burger at Meat House in Dundee.
Because it's a whole leg of lamb. In a burger. What more could your hangover possibly want? Also, if it's sunny, you can combine your burger with a welcome breath of fresh air in the outdoor area.
4. A vegan fry-up at Bloc in Glasgow.
Because Bloc's famous "Mad Chef" knows how to cure your hangover; his home-made vegan black pudding is amazing, as are his tofu scramble, his crispy mushrooms, and his tattie scones. Plus it's just £5.
5. A slap-up brunch at Salt Café in Edinburgh.
Because Salt Café's delicious (but not overwhelmingly large) brunch is regularly voted one of the best in Edinburgh, and includes avocado, Crombie's sausages, salad, mushrooms, eggs, and toast.
6. A "Big Apple" smoothie and berry waffles at TriBeCa Glasgow.
Because if you’re feeling extra delicate, this light, fruity apple smoothie will rehydrate you. Also, the waffles at this New York diner are basically 50% berries, which means they count as a health food.
7. Cheese steak quesadillas and a slice of cake at Tea Jenny's in Falkirk.
Because this amazing tea room bakes some of the most impressive cakes in Scotland, and their steak quesadillas hit just the right note of spicy vs creamy, so they won't upset your delicate constitution.
8. A maple bacon burger and a Wee Dafty cocktail at The Boozy Cow in Aberdeen.
Because their stacked burgers are legendary in Aberdeen, and their signature Daffy's Gin, Kamms & Sons herbal liqueur, and passion fruit cocktail makes for a very fancy hair of the dog.
9. Fish and chips at Anstruther Fish Bar in Fife.
Because if any fish and chips are going to cure your hangover, it will be the fish and chips from the best chippy in Scotland (according to Food Awards Scotland). Plus the sea air will clear your fuzzy head at the same time.
10. French toast with bacon and maple syrup at Rendezvous in Inverness.
Because French toast is eggy bread, and eggy bread is divine, especially when combined with maple syrup and thick slabs of bacon at this quirky, vintage French cinema–themed café.
11. A burger and shake at Jam Jar in Paisley.
Because few hangovers can survive one of their gigantic fried egg and mushroom burgers with curly fries. And if yours does, you can beat it into submission with a strawberry milkshake chaser.
12. Sausages, eggs Benedict, and iced tea at The Cottage Kitchen in St. Andrews.
Because this charming wee café is in an actual cottage, the hearty eggs Benedict comes with bacon and sausages, and they do an orange-packed Lady Grey iced tea that's out of this world.
13. A freakshake at Rascals Bar in St Andrews.
Because if you're the kind of person who craves sugar when you're hungover (hell, who doesn't?) then this pint of ice cream milkshake topped with strawberry iced doughnuts will definitely cure what ails ye.
14. A Bloody Mary and huevos rancheros at Vin'Yard 28 in Glasgow.
Because the mighty Bloody Mary is the most tried-and-tested hangover cure of all time. It's even more effective when combined with huevos rancheros: fried eggs cooked with spicy salsa and served with tortillas and bacon.
15. Flatbread and fries at The Meridian in Ayr.
Because The Meridian is great value. Plus you can try to kid yourself that you're not actually eating pizza for breakfast. "It's healthy, it's just a flatbread...covered in pesto, goat cheese, and ham." Also, their sweet potato fries are carbs in their purest form.
16. A stacked club sandwich at Toast in Stirling.
Because cutting a hole in the top of a chicken and bacon sandwich and sticking a poached egg in it is basically Peak Brunch. Plus it's gluten-free, and the calm, cool, stylish surroundings will soothe your headache.
17. A beetroot and ginger smoothie and a superfood granola bowl at Foodstory in Aberdeen.
Because there's no better antidote to a night of horrific excess than downing a vitamin-packed smoothie, then eating a hell of a lot of superfoods at an organic cafe. It'll help you kid yourself that your liver is recovering.
18. A grilled cheese takeout box from Meltmongers in Edinburgh.
Because there can be no better hangover cure on Earth than fresh air, an oozingly delicious, parmesan-dusted mac and cheese toastie, and sweet potato fries. Get in my face right now.