Raise a dram, address the haggis, honour the delicious traditional food of Scotland and celebrate Rabbie Burns! Here’s our top recommendations of where you should be for Burns Night in London and beyond..
With an Indian twist to the Scottish tradition, Brigadiers will be offering a special £65 menu which will include Marsala Chicken Wings, Haggis Nargisi and their famous Barbecue Butter Chicken wings. You can also add on a whisky flight for just £15 and there will of course be the traditional bag pipes! Book here.
Celebrate Burns Night with the Gladwin Brothers
The Gladwin Brothers meanwhile, will be offering a special dish across all five of its sites. Chef Patron Oliver Gladwin has created the Homemade caramelised and braised Haggis using lamb mince, lamb offal, spices and oatmeal served with a neeps & tatties rosti and seasonal greens, while there’ll be the traditional ‘Address to a Haggis’ on Tuesday 25th January. Accompanying the feast, will be a range of special cocktails featuring delicious Beeble honey whisky.
Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery
There couldn’t be a better way to enjoy Burns Night than at a Scottish distillery! On Friday 21st January, there’ll be a special Burns Night supper taking place from 7pm in the Visitors centre at Dewar’s Aberfeldy Distillery. In partnership with Ballingtaggart, there’ll be a four course tasting menu, readings and whisky cocktails all for just £55pp! For more info, click here.
Or if you’d rather celebrate at home, order your Burns Night Whisky tasting kit and settle in for a virtual sesh with Bacardi’s Advocacy Host, Craig Reed.
DC inspired restaurant Park Row is holding its first ever Burns Night. Celebrating Bruce Wayne’s heritage in true style, the epic restaurant across multiple floors will be teaming up with Glenfiddich – The World’s Most Awarded Single Malt Scotch Whisky for drams and dinner, starting with whisky cocktails. With traditional trappings, the piping of the haggis and a ceilidh band, the special set menu costs £55 with a paired whisky flight available for £60.
No. Fifty Cheyne
No. Fifty Cheyne will open especially for Burns Night with an incredible five course feast from Exec Chef Iain Smith. Expect Roasted Scottish langoustines with truffle puree, cepe and bacon ragout with leek and potato sauce, followed by traditional haggis with neeps and tatties accompanied by a selection of whisky cocktails and flights to go with the special dinner.