Burns Night Supper
Saturday 25th January 2020
On 25 January every year, Scots and Scots-at-heart come together to celebrate the life and works of our national poet, Robert Burns
Robert Burns acquaintances held the first Burns supper on July 21, the anniversary of his death, in Ayrshire, Scotland, in the late 1700s. The date was later changed to January 25, which marks his birthday.
As an informal nod to the famous Scotsman, we’ll be cooking up some delicious traditional dishes such as cullen skink and haggis neeps and tatties to run alongside our normal menu.
It wouldn’t be Burns night without a dram on the side, so we’ve also hand picked a few special whiskys to perfectly pair with your supper.
We hope to see you then!