7 Best Places In London To Celebrate Burns Night

Jan 25th 2016 | lifestyle | london | Written by Will Jamieson

On January 25, it's Burns Night! Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns, is celebrated with traditional food, verse, music – and drink. Us Londoners need to no invitation to have a good time and join in a celebration, so don your best tartan and get ready to pipe in the haggis, here are the best places in London to enjoy Burns Night suppers and celebrations tonight:




Mr Fogg's

Basically, think ‘Around the World in 80 Days’ crossed with ‘Braveheart’. Step into the world of a Victorian explorer and enjoy haggis, cocktails and recitals of Burn's most beloved poems.




The Cutty Sark

The Cutty Sark will be hosting a night of dancing, sea shanties and plenty of whisky. March the ships decks and then head beneath the keel to raise a toast to Burns!




Queen of Hoxton 

The cosy wigwam atop the Queen of Hoxton is hosting a tasting of Glenfiddich's range, with a whisky cocktails and a menu full of Scottish delights




Il Bar at The Bulgari Hotel

The Scots know that whisky is a perfect pairing for food, even if the rest of us haven't really caught up. The Bulgari will be serviing up three malts with matched food as part of a whisky masterclass




The Savoy Grill

This famous dining room on the Strand is offering a luxurious way to celebrate old Bobby Burns with a three course meal, including cullen skink, haggis and tatties




PJ's Bar and Grill

Get ready for a schooling in whisky at PJ's Bar and Grill with The Glenrothes Whisky Masterclass as part of their celebration of Burns Night with Amanda Baxter -the Glenrothes Ambassador!



Hix at Brown's Hotel

Hix at Brown's Hotel are hosting a Burns Night banquet, in a night of Scottish treats with an Indian twist, including Pani Puri and blackface haggis fritters and a Speyside red deer curry


 
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