Indulge in a Traditional Burns Supper
Every year in the United Kingdom, Scottish people celebrates Robert Burn’s life and work. Born in 1759 to a farming family in the town of Alloway, Robert Burns, aka Rabbie Burns, has grown to become one of the country’s most iconic literary figures and Scotland’s most respected national poet.
This annual celebration runs on the 25th of January and is known as “Burn’s Night”. The event is marked by a jam-packed programme of celebrations across the country. During this night you will enjoy Haggis, tatties and neeps. There are the essential ingredients to throwing a successful Burns Supper. During the night you will indulge in Traditional Scottish music, Scotch whisky and recite a copy of Burns’ poetry including Address to a Haggis, a centrepiece of Burns Supper and Selkirk Grace.
Have a supper in style at one of the following luxury and exclusive hotels in The United Kingdom.
Murraypark is famous for its friendly and comfortable hospitality. Relax over dinner in the informal dining room or order from its amazing bistro bar. The A la carte menu features an extensive range of local produce and vegetarian options; all reasonably priced.
Parliament House Hotel, Edinburgh
Parliament House Hotel, an elegant and peaceful hotel in Edinburgh, offer a sublime tasting menu’ for Burn’s Night. At its MP’s Bistro, our Head Chef is on hand to deliver a tantalising taste of Edinburgh cuisine, combining Scottish influences with the freshest local ingredients for a world of wonderful flavours.
Royal Garden Hotel, London
Royal Garden Hotel, one of the most luxurious five star hotels in London, will spoil you with a mouthwatering supper at its Park Terrace Restaurant. Executive Head Chef Steve Munkley and his talented kitchen brigade will serve fresh and seasonal food for Burn’s Night.
Indulge yourself in a delicious traditional supper, dedicated to the legendary Scottish poet, Robert Burns and Book at one of our best restaurants.