With the celebration of Scotland’s famous poet Robert Burns drawing near, we have compiled a list of the best places for you to raise a glass of whiskey this Burns night.
Round off Burns Night at home with a tub of Jude’s Hot Toddy Ice cream
Forget Cranachan or Clootie dumpling, this year be adventurous and round off Burns Night with a tub of Jude’s Hot Toddy Ice cream. Jude’s have collaborated with legendary whisky distillers from Laphroaig to create a scrumptious treat for ice cream smitten grown-ups and whisky lovers alike. Finish your Scottish extravaganza with a delicious combination of smooth, creamy ice cream, honey, cinnamon and award-winning Laphroaig Islay Single Malt Scotch whisky for a dash of smooth, peaty, smoky elegance. This is the grown-up way to end a night of Scottish celebrations!
Haggis, neeps & tatties at Jason Atherton’s Pollen Street Social
Jason Atherton’s Michelin-starred Pollen Street Social has long been a champion of the finest, seasonal Scottish produce, making the restaurant the perfect location for Burns Night celebrations. Delicacies such as Gairloch langoustine and Eyemouth crab salad grace the a la carte menu, while the traditional Burns Night fare of haggis, neeps and tatties can be enjoyed by guests opting for the eight-course tasting menu, offering a Michelin-starred taste of Scotland in the heart of London.
Celebrate Burns Night in style at Plum + Spilt Milk
On Wednesday 25th January 2017, from 7pm, Plum + Spilt Milk will host a celebratory Burns Night dinner, marking the birth of Scotland’s national poet Robert Burns. The annual event is a nod to the heritage of the restaurant’s name, taken from the dining livery of the famous Flying Scotsman train. For one night only, the modern British restaurant will present a quintessentially Scottish Burns Supper complemented by Dalmore Whiskies and ceremonially piping by a bagpiper. The four course menu, created by Chef Director Mark Sargeant, is priced at £70 per person. Kilts are not compulsory but encouraged! www.plumandspiltmilk.com
Burns Night at Bonnie Gull
Burns Night is always a big deal at Bonnie Gull – what else would you expect when the co-founder and head chef are all proud Scots! On Wednesday 25th January both restaurants will offer a specially tailored dinner menu celebrating the best of Scottish produce, accompanied by bagpipes, traditional poetry reading and plenty of whisky. Book a table at their Fitzrovia Seafood Shack or hire out the back room of their new Soho sister restaurant. For more details please visit: http://www.bonniegull.com/whats-on/burns-supper/
Burns Night at Galvin at The Centurion Club
Celebrate the life and times of Robert Burns. Commencing on Monday 23rd January, join Galvin at the Centurion Club as they celebrate the life of the famous Scottish poet with a menu of haggis, neeps and tatties, as well as a special whiskey cocktail! The menu is available throughout the week, and will culminate on Friday 27th January with a piper to bring the celebrations to a close.