Burns’ Night


Dress: Although Black Tie is traditional, we don’t hold a dress code at our Burns’ Night.

24th January 2020, 7:30pm

An evening of poetry, piping and fine food.

Evening programme


Poetry and piping

The First Entertainment – The immortal memory

Selkirk Grace


Piping of the haggis

Address to a Haggis

The Second Entertainment – Toast to the lassies


Tae a Louse

Rabbie Burns by Peter McFarlane, former Pipe Major, Scotts Guard

The Third Entertainment – Reply to the lassies



Tae a Toothache

Auld Lang Syne



Sample menu 



Cock-a-leekie soup/Cockless-leekie soup

Toasted granary bloomer, chive creme fraiche

Venison and haggis scotch egg

Garden apple & celeriac remoulade, smoked cherry tomato, truffle ailoli

Whiskey cured smoked salmon

Horseradish cream, braised beets, watercress salad






Pan fried smoked haddock

Creamed mash, charred leek, saffron velute

Traditional haggis

Clapshot, roast baby turnips, whiskey jus

Highland Rumblethumps

Poached hens egg, foaming butter

Scotch beef stew

Lenark white scone, carrot and swede mash, ruby jus











Cranachan Eton Mess

Brandy snap roll, clotted cream

Chocolate and Glenfiddich brownie

Deep fried Mars Bar, chocolate soil, vanilla ice-cream

Trio of cheeses

Biscuits, tracklements, quince jelly


Matthew Algie 100% Fairtrade coffee   ~   English loose-leaf tea

Scottish cream ~ Hot toddy £3.50




Our kitchen uses nuts; beware – traces may be present. Some fish may contain pin bones.

Our allergens list is available on request.

All items subject to availability; we reserve the right to substitute dishes of equal quality.

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