This January, we’re celebrating the life of Scottish poet Robert Burns and we invite you to enjoy the evening with us on Friday 25 January, 19:30.
You’re in for a real treat:
We doff our Tam o’ Shanters and raise a glass of our favourite 18-year old winter warmer to Scottish Poet Robert Burns by celebrating the start of a new year with another one of our popular dinners.
A Burns supper is a celebration of the life and poetry of the poet Robert Burns (25 January 1759 – 21 July 1796), the author of many Scottish poems. This year will be the 218th celebration of his life and from Pipers to Haggis, Soup and Poetry – a Burns Dinner is something to experience, if you never have before.
This is what you can expect:
- Enjoy a welcome drink upon arrival, with a selection of Scottish-inspired canapés to kick the evening off in style.
- The team will then serve you a delicious 3-course meal created by Chris and his team, consisting of a few highlights such as Chris’ Cullen Skink (a Scottish speciality of smoked haddock, leek, potato and onion soup topped with a soft poached egg), Haggis with ‘Neeps and Tatties’ and more.
- To sound a celebratory Happy Birthday cheer to Scotland’s bard, we’ll serve you a homemade glass of Atholl brose – a traditional Scottish drink made from oats, whisky & honey – a sure way to leave the cockles of your heart duly warmed.
For more information, or to book your place:
Call us on 01308 862 200 or email the team on firstname.lastname@example.org