Burns Night in Marylebone Village
This Burns Night, 108 Brasserie in Marylebone, is offering a takeaway which promises all the traditional Scottish festivities from the comfort of guests' homes.
To start, guests will whet their appetite with a traditional smoked haddock, potato, and onion soup, Cullen Skink before indulging in the menu’s King of the Castle, the Balmoral Estate Venison & Haggis Wellington, served with neeps and tatties and a whisky sauce. Guests can even take it up a notch and add black truffle for an extra £10. View the full menu here.
To finish, the final course is a Traditional Cranachan, made from Scottish oats, honey, raspberries, and whisky cream. The Burn’s Night takeaway will also come with a Burns Night poem so guests can ‘address the haggis’ for an authentic experience.
Priced at £45 per person (minimum 2 people) the three-course Burns Night takeaway menu which is to be ‘finished at home’, will be available for collection from 1pm - 7pm at 108 Brasserie on Marylebone Lane, on 25th January 2021.
Best enjoyed with a dram (or two) of Scotch whisky, 108 guests are able to redeem an exclusive 10% discount on whisky at local neighbourhood experts, Philglas & Swiggot wine shop on New Quebec Street. The discount code will be included on email confirmations.
Burns Night is a traditional Scottish supper in celebration of poet, Robert Burns. Haggis is served, alongside mashed potatoes (tatties) and mashed swede (neeps). The typical drink of choice is whisky. For further reading we recommend “How to celebrate Burns Night: A modern and informal guide to celebrating”, which is available from Amazon online.