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.
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Celebrate Burns Night at 108 Brasserie in honour of Scotland’s most famous poet Robert Burns on his Birthday, 25th January.
108 Marylebone Lane, Marylebone, London, W1U 2QE
Enjoy the very best traditional Burns supper from Haggis, neeps & tatties with whisky cream sauce, and not forgetting Deep-fried Mars bar with honeycomb ice-cream.
(020) 7969 3900
Davy’s Tasting Masterclasses offer unique opportunities to sample wines from the world’s great wine producing regions and to taste under expert guidance in a convivial atmosphere. For this Masterclass however, we will be focusing on Whisky to celebrate Burns Night.
Eldon House, 2-12 Wilson Street, Moorgate, London, EC2M 2TE
On Burns Night itself, our Tastings & Events Manager Tim Wood will talk us through some delicious Malts from the classic regions of Scotland, comparing the styles and learning what gives each region its unique character. The Malts featured will include some interesting bottlings from less well-known distilleries as well as some of the classics.
(020) 7377 6326
The Montague on the Gardens, 15 Montague Street, Bloomsbury, London, WC1B 5BJ
(020) 7637 1001
You are invited to celebrate the birthday of the most famous of all Scottish poets, Robert Burns at the elegant Blue Door Bistro. Start the night with a wee dram of Whisky with our compliments. On this winter night, The Blue Door Bistro will feature a traditional menu, including haggis, neeps and tatties.
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.
For homesick Scots and curious Sassenachs who can’t get north of the border for Burns Night, there’s only one place to address the haggis and that’s at Boisdale, Scotland’s unofficial embassy in London.
Cabot Place West, Canary Wharf, London, E14 4QT
At Boisdale of Canary Wharf on the 25 and 26 January The Rat Pack are back with their unbeatable blend of swing classics, floor-filling classic pop and a few Scottish surprises along the way. On the 27 January guests can enjoy the superb 'Complete Madness' playing hits such as Our House, My Girl, Baggy Trousers, House of Fun and many more.
Along with a piper and an address to the haggis - this is the ultimate Burns celebration!
(020) 7715 5818
Enjoy a stunning six-course meal this Burns Night in London. The Bread Street Kitchen will be serving up a contemporary twist on the traditional Scottish meal, with Haggis Croquettes, Orkney scallops, and Clootie dumpling. All dishes are accompanied by a malt whisky.
One New Change, 10 Bread Street, St Paul's, London, EC4M 9AJ
(020) 3030 4050
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
Burns Night just wouldn't be Burns Night without a little whisky, so why not head on down to Greenwich on January 25th as Craft London will be joined by Compass Box Whisky for a four course feast and some of the best whisky drams in the business.
Peninsula Square, Greenwich, London, SE10 0SQ
(020) 8465 5910
Rubens at The Palace Hotel, 39 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 0PS
(020) 7834 6600
Located inside the luxurious Rubens at the Palace Hotel, guests can choose from a great selection of modern cuisine. The English Grill's exclusive Burns Night menu is available for just £35 for three courses!
To celebrate Burns Night 2018, The Imperial will have a piper, a 3 course set menu with haggis and all the trimmings and some musical and theatrical entertainment! Oh and of course a room full of Scots and whiskey flowing!
577 King's Road, Fulham, London, SW6 2EH
(020) 7736 6081
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
Enjoy a four-course Burns Night dinner at Plum and Spilt Milk. Each dish is will be paired with Dalmore Whisky. Kilts are not compulsory but encouraged!
Great Northern Hotel, Pancras Road, King's Cross, London, N1C 4TB
020 3388 0818