ICONIC HISTORIC NORWICH RESTAURANT TO OFFER TRADITIONAL BURN’S NIGHT DINNER
An iconic historic Norwich restaurant is set to celebrate the birthday of Scotland’s most famous poet Robert Burns, with a traditional Burn’s Night dinner on Thursday 25th January.
The Britons Arms, in Elm Hill in the city, will be serving ‘haggis, neeps and tatties’ as part of a three course dinner featuring famous Scottish dishes.
The menu features Cock-a-Leekie soup followed by haggis with roast parsnips, turnip and a potato, swede and carrot mash with whisky cream, with a pudding of toasted oat sponge with raspberry compote, whisky syrup and whipped cream. The evening will finish with a shot of Bunnahabhain Islay single malt whisky.
The Burn’s Night dinner starts at 7pm on Thursday 25th January, with tickets costing £40, including the final whisky toast. More details are available at www.britonsarms.com, and reservations can be made by calling 01603 331394.