BURNS NIGHT AT CORRIGAN'S MAYFAIR: BAGPIPES, WHISKEY AND 'ODE TO HAGGIS'
Burns Night is a celebration of the life and poetry of the poet Robert Burns, the author of many Scots poems, most commonly celebrated on or close to 25 January, occasionally also known as Robert Burns Day! A Burns Night celebration will take place at Corrigan’s Mayfair, an event that has become something of a tradition! This year, the celebrations will return on 25th January. Expect a reciting of the ‘Ode to Haggis’ and a ‘Toast to the Ladies’ - all to the tune of the bagpipes played by Richard Corrigan’s trusty and multi-talented doorman Paddy.
Diners will be served a whisky pairing to accompany each course and will enjoy Cullen Skink Scottish Soup, Bannock Bread followed by Baked Hand Dived Orkney Scallops, Seaweed Butter and then Aberdeen Angus Beef Wellington Haggis, Neeps & Tatties. The Corrigan’s Mayfair Burns Night menu is priced at £75pp for 5 courses plus £35 for the Whisky flight (or wine alternative).
If an outing to a restaurant is not on the cards, Corrigan’s recommend one of Richard Corrigan's easy Scotch broth recipes - a great January winter warmer.