Traditionally Burns' supper on or around Burns' Night – 25th January. These may be informal or formal events which include toasts and readings of pieces written by Robert Burns. Ceremonies during a Burns' Night supper vary according to the group organizing the event and the location.
The evening centres on the entrance of the haggis (a type of sausage made from a sheep's stomach) on a large platter to the sound of a piper playing bagpipes. When the haggis is on the table, the host reads the "Address to a Haggis". This is an ode that Robert Burns wrote to the Scottish dish. At the end of the reading, the haggis is ceremonially sliced into two pieces and the meal begins.
Menus include uniformed Chef/s, crockery, cutlery and napkins. Please select one dish from each course and special dietary
requirements will be catered individually. We offer an extensive drinks packages to either serve your drinks (No corkage) or
drinks sold by ourselves. Prices are subject to VAT and exclude any travelling expenses, furniture, marquee and linen hire.
Uniformed waiting staff charged accordingly.
£32.00 per person
A selection of freshly cooked breads served with butter
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Scottish Smoked Salmon with Rocket, Capers, Red Onions served with Granary Bread
Scottish Bubbles & Squeak Patties
Cullen Skink (Scottish Smoked Haddock Soup) served with Farm Style Bread
Traditional Haggis (& vegetarian alternative) with Smashed Neeps and Tatties
Served with a wee dram
Highland Beef Fillet with Wild Mushroom & Tarragon Mash, Asparagus, Green Beans & Roasted Red Pepper Sauce
Roasted Butternut & Parmesan Risotto with Pine-nuts & Rocket
Braised Venison with Juniper Berry & Thyme Dumplings
Cranachan – Whipped Cream w/ Toasted Oatmeal, Honey & Talisker Whisky with fresh Raspberries, served with Shortbread
Tipsy Laird Sherry & Drambuie Trifle with Ratafia Biscuits
Cheeseboard with Oatcakes, Grapes & Chutney
Fresh Ground Filter Coffee and a selection of Teas served with Whisky Truffles