WHAT'S ON THIS BURNS NIGHT
Merchants Tavern in Shoreditch is celebrating Burns Night with a special menu from Scottish head chef Neil Borthwick. The three course dinner menu (priced at £45 per person) features classics such as Cock a leekie soup and Haggis, neeps and tatties with an indulgent Dundee marmalade sponge pudding & whisky custard for dessert. There will also be snacks on arrival and Deep fried Mars bar to finish. You can view the full menu here.
Tienda Roosteria - the taqueria at The Curtain hotel - is twisting tradition with an alternative take on Burns Night feasting. On 25th January they’ll be serving special Haggis tacos and Scottish Pina Colada slushies made with Dewar’s Scotch Whisky. Meat eaters and non-meat eaters alike can join in the fun with a Vegan Haggis and Neeps Tacos also available.
Burn’s Night will also see The Curtain opening up their exclusive member’s club to non-members for a special three course dinner followed by live music from a ceilidh band in the member’s club’s live music venue, LP. Tickets priced at £45 include a dram on arrival, a three-course banquet of Scotch broth, Haggis, neeps & tatties and Cranachan.
The Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell on St. John’s Square will be offering a supper bowl of Haggis, neeps and tatties and a special menu of Burns Night cocktails including the Rob Roy, the Bobby Burns and The Bootlace Old Fashioned.