Burns Night at London Restaurants
When it comes to pulling out all the stops, Burns Night at London restaurants is one of those occasions. Robert Burns' birthday is a fantastic excuse to eat, drink and be exceptionally merry in the capital. If you're a fan of haggis and whisky then Burns Night at London restaurants is the ideal excuse to eat and drink your fill. However, it's not just food and drink that makes the poet's birthday such a fantastic way of letting your hair down. When it comes to Burns Night at London restaurants, you'll also be able to enjoy entertainment ranging from bagpipes to ceilidhs.
20 Bedford Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 9HP
(020) 7924 6055
Adventure Bar is a small group of bars attracting a young and friendly crowd. They offer a wide choice of cocktails, a selection of food and a lively, upbeat atmosphere.
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More Burns Night at London Restaurants
15 Eccleston Street, Belgravia, London, SW1W 9LX
(020) 7730 6922
With special Burns Night menus, Boisdale of Belgravia is once again a great place in which to celebrate the bard. All the menus include ingredients sourced from Scotland and every menu includes a free noggin of whisky so that you can toast the haggis in traditional fashion.
Guests will be welcomed with an authentic performance from a truly tiptop bagpiper as they enter the station and head down the apples and pears. Everyone will be invited to ‘toast the haggis’ with a glass of Glenmorangie’s finest 10 Y.O. Whiskey and enjoy delicious haggis canapé rations. The evening will carry on with a Burns poetry recital that will showcase a selection of Robbie Burns’ best works while guests enjoy a Highland fling in the train carriage.
13 Kingly Court, Soho, London, W1B 5PW
(020) 7352 6200
577 King's Road, Fulham, London, SW6 2EH
(020) 7736 6081
To celebrate Burns Night 2016, The Imperial will have a piper, a 3 course set menu with haggis and all the trimmings and some musical and theatrical entertainment! All for £40pp. Oh and of course a room full of Scots and whiskey flowing!
This January, Mac and Wild will be celebrating Burns night with a whole week dedicated to the Scottish bard. Each day of the week will feature a different variety of haggis including clapshot, haggis in the hole and haggis pops with the week beginning on the Saturday before with a traditional Burns Supper at their newly launched restaurant.
65 Great Titchfield Street, Fitzroviva, London, W1W 7PS
On Monday 25th January, Chelsea restaurant Rabbit, will be celebrating Burns night by offering diners the perfect traditional Scottish Burns feast fit for the bard himself. With an array of delicious delicacies including a very special homemade haggis and Hot Toddy daily loosener to chase the winter blue away. So for an authentic Burns night 'baw' don your kilts and head down to Rabbit and The Shed to celebrate Scotland's most famous poet.
172 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 4UP
(020) 3750 0172