THE BEST PLACES TO CELEBRATE BURNS NIGHT
Neil Rankin's temper City will be throwing the ultimate Scottish knees up to celebrate Burns Night this year, with a five dish feast, including Haggis Tacos and Beef Shin Stovies, each dish paired with a dram of whisky, alongside live entertainment, until 2am. Get your tickets here.
Traditional butchers and pub from Tom Kerridge, The Butcher’s Tap in Marlow, is hosting a Burns Steak Night on Friday 25th January. There will be a range of steaks on the menu that will be cooked on huge fire pits in the winter garden and Scottish sides such as as Crushed swede and Haggis stuffed onion with crispy lamb, as well as Scottish raspberry cranachan trifle with hazelnut shortbread for dessert.
Burr & Co, the coffeehouse and bar found in the new Kimpton Fitzroy London hotel on Russell Square, is holding its very own Burrrns Night. The three course Burrrn’s Night menu will include a classic Scottish fair of Haggis, Neeps and Tatties, Scottish salmon and Cranachan Parfait with whiskey, oats and raspberries.
The Curtain hotel in Shoreditch is painting the town tartan and will be hosting a special supper club at their rooftop LIDO, in partnership with new Scottish gin brand, Theodore. Tickets are priced at £50 per person and will feature a bespoke three-course menu with all the Scottish classics, a cocktail on arrival, live music and access to their exclusive members’ club. More details available here.