My low level of Scottish culture is came out again when a couple of days ago my mate asked me where we can go to celebrate the Burns Night.
The answer was easy and clear…”to celebrate what??”.

Burns Night is a celebration of the life and poetry of the poet Robert Burns, author of many Scottish poems and happen on 25th January.

How people celebrate this event?? With whisky, haggis and Scottish country dancing of course.

Mac & Wild

Mac & Wild is dedicating not only one day, but a whole week (from 23rd to 30 January) to celebrate the Burns Night with different variety of haggis including clapshot, haggis in the hole, haggis pops and whisky sourced directly from the Scottish Highlands.

During the evening on 23rd January, several of Burns’ poems will be read and, icing on the cake, the evening will ending with a live sing-a-long of the Bard’s most famous poem – Auld Lang Syne.

Address: 65 Great Titchfield St, W1W 7P, London

Bread-St-Kitchen-Burns-Nigh

Also Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen want to celebrate this big event (Just 25th January) with four courses of classics, such as cullen skink, haggis, clootie pudding prepared by head chef Paul Shearingand and a selection of Scotch whisky from The Balvenie.

Address: 10 Bread Street, EC4M 9AJ, London

boisdale

Head to one of Scotland’s principalities place in London we have Boisdale with his 3 venues: Canary Wharf,  Belgravia and Bishopsgate and of course, all of them are ready with an amazing menus (you can find the menus if you click on the location) and huge whisky selection.

Burns Night celebrations at Boisdale include piping in the haggis at each table and a speaker reciting The Ode to a Haggis in full 18th century period costume.

Address:
Belgravia – 15 Eccleston Street, SW1W 9LX, London
Bishopsgate – Swedeland Court, EC2M 4NR, London
Canary Wharf – Cabot Place, E14 4QT, London