Burns Night 2019
Join us for a Traditional Four Course Dinner, Traditional Burns Toasts & Speeches and a Northumbrian Piper.
Date & Time
|Date||Saturday 26th January, 2019|
|Time||7:00pm to 11:00pm|
£30.00 per person.
Join us on 26th January 2019 for a Traditional Four Course Dinner, Traditional Burns Toasts & Speeches and a Northumbrian Piper.
- Traditional Four Course Dinner
- Traditional Burns Toasts & Speeches
- Northumbrian Piper
North Tynedale, in which Wark is located, was part of Scotland until 1296. Robbie Burns visited Hexham on his tour of the Borders in May 1787. Burns Night celebrates the anniversary of Burns' birth. Burns' Address To the Haggis was his first poem to appear in a newspaper (in December 1786).
Het Kail Cock-A-Leekie Soup
(King James' recipe)
Rarebit Haggis served with Neep Purry
(A puree of Swede, carrot & ginger)
Het Joint Striploin with Whole Caramelised Roast Onion and Rumbledethumps
(Crushed potatoes with onion, cabbage & leeks)
Ither - Orra Eattocks Cranachan
(Raspberries with toasted oatmeal, honey & whisky cream)
This is an original 19th century menu by Scottish Chef Meg Dodds and was prepared for the first Edinburgh Burns Club meeting in the early 1800's. Meg Dodds was a Scottish 'Mrs. Beeton' and was acclaimed for her Cooks and Housewives Manual of 1826 which made her into a celebrity chef.
Worry about the drive home tomorrow. Dinner, Bed & Breakfast for just £165 per couple