Five events to celebrate Burns Night in Edinburgh

Venison and haggis

If you don’t have anything planned this upcoming Burns night but will be craving some haggis by then, then here are a few suggestions…

1. No1 Grange Road

No. 1 Grange Rd in Newington will be serving up 4 Courses for £35 (must be booked in advance)
The menu:
Classic Cock-a-leekie Soup
Leek & Tattie Soup (V)
>Haggis Croquette (or vegetarian haggis croquette)
-pureed neeps, mini fondant potato, Drambuie cream
Rolled Beef Shin (or Puy lentil pasty and mushroom jus)
-in filo pastry, Ayrshire bacon rumbledethumps, beef jus
Raspberry & Tablet Cranachan
-homemade shortbread

Phone 0131 667 2335 to book a table.

2. Brewdog

A BrewDog Edinburgh BURNS NIGHT! WEDNESDAY 25TH JANUARY 6:30PM- 9PM

Menu:
Cock-A-Leekie soup with warm breads Paired with Dead Pony Club ~ A trio of Scottish starters: deep fried Scottish oyster, scotch egg and haggis spring roll with roast beets and Brewdog jam Paired with Jet Black Heart ~ Irn Bru Sorbet ~ Beef short rib, wholegrain mash and Brewdog gravy served with panko haggis ball Paired with 5AM Saint ~ Salted carmel bread and butter pudding Paired with Santa Paws ~ A Scottish cheese board of George Mewes’ Isle of Mull Cheddar, Cashel Blue and Dorstone Paired with Zeitgeist and Punk IPA £25 PER PERSON

3. Wedgwood

Wedgwood interior

Award-winning Wedgwood The Restaurant on Edinburgh’s historical Royal Mile will be celebrating Burns Night for the very first time on 25 January 2017. Since opening in 2008 the restaurant has traditionally been closed for much of January to allow staff to have some time off after the Christmas and Hogmanay festivities, but this year the restaurant will be serving up its own modern take on a Burns supper. Chef / Patron Paul Wedgwood has established himself as one of Edinburgh’s best loved chefs and one who has an innovative take on haggis which he serves all year round and includes haggis made from pigeon, rabbit and even squirrel. Diners looking to enjoy something a bit different to the classic Cock-a-leekie soup and Haggis, neeps and tatties will be able to enjoy a menu of Roast partridge, Jerusalem artichokes, spelt, squash, kale, followed by Douglas fir cured salmon with grapefruit. The main event itself is Venison, its own haggis, creamed leeks, pesto, beetroot followed by Cranachan then Sticky toffee pudding, whisky butterscotch sauce, vanilla ice cream. £45 pp. For more info visit www.wedgwoodtherestaurant.co.uk and click here for our review.

4. Contini Burns Night Ceilidh

At The Scottish Cafe & Restaurant enjoy a delicious three course meal, showcasing the best of our Scottish produce, and then dance the night away as the resident Ceilidh Band entertains you with reels and jigs until midnight. Don’t worry if you don’t know the steps as a caller will be on hand to guide you through each dance. Your Package will include: • A delicious three course meal with complimentary dram • Entertainment by the resident Ceilidh Band and Caller who will guide you through each dance A cash bar will be available for purchase of a wide selection of wines, Scottish artisan beers and malt whiskies £40.00 per person or (£60 a pair through Bite – limited availability to 5 pairs ) 7.30pm to midnight on Friday 27th (not 25th!).

Menu:
Cock-a-leekie soup served with Artisan bread
Findlay’s of Portobello Haggis with East Lothian organic neeps and tatties and a complimentary dram
Traditional Cranachan with raspberries and Graham’s Dairy double cream
Terms & Conditions Alternatively, call 0131 225 1550 option 4 or email events@contini.com Full payment required to confirm bookings. Dietary requirements catered for in addition. No children under 16.

5. Burns Whisky and Cheese Tasting at Tigerlily

Feeling those post-Christmas blues? Wll how about an evening of Scottish cheese and whisky hosted in Tigerlily’s exclusive Library on 25th of January from 6:30-8:30pm?!

This decadent tasting pairs Stockbridge’s own George Mewes cheese with five whiskies hand selected by Tigerlily’s whisky ambassador, Steve Cooney.

A match made in heaven!

Afterwards you’re invited to continue celebrating the life of our great Scottish poet with cocktails, wine and a wee nightcap in Tigerlily’s glamorous bar.

Tickets can be purchased here.

 

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