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25 January

In homage to the famous poet and writer, we’ll be raising a glass to Robert Burns on 25 January in many of Gordon Ramsay restaurants across London and serving up some of the most delicious Scottish inspired dishes too.


To make you feel like you really are in the highlands, enjoy bagpipers as you enter the restaurants and dive right into our haggis stuffed wellington at maze Royal Hospital Road, cullen skink at the Savoy Grill or maybe we can tempt your taste buds to a 5 course Dalmore whisky supper at Bread Street Kitchen?


And let's not forget about the all-important whisky tipples - they will be available to enhance the Scottish fare, along with specially designed cocktails, available for one night only. So come on you laddies and lassies, follow on below to see which restaurant tickles your fancy and book a table today. 



London House

Take retreat at London House from the chill outside and enjoy a three or five course Scottish inspired menu. Dishes include chicken liver parfait with rye bread, a choice of Scottish Halibut with cullen skink sauce or venison wellington with whisky sauce and of course, cranachan to finish off the feast. Paired whiskies are also available for those who enjoy a fine malt.

The Narrow

For the best view of the River Thames this Burns Night, the Narrow takes first place. Warm up with our 3 course traditional Scottish menu with whisky tipples to match. Start the meal with cullen skink, followed by an almighty Scottish haggis with neeps and tatties, ending on a creamy cranachan. 

York & Albany

Possibly the first cock-a-leekie soup to appear in Camden, indulge in this traditional Scottish dish amongst two other courses including haggis and cranachan at the York & Albany for Burns Night. Bring the family, raise a glass to celebrate Rabbie Burns — with the whiskies we have on offer, it’ll be like a hug from the inside.

Savoy Grill

Enjoy a "Robert's delight special" cocktail and traditional 3 course Scottish banquet at the Savoy Grill including cullen skink soup, haggis, neeps and tatties served with a Whisky peppercorn sauce and to finish with a raspberry and honey cranachan. 

maze Grills

Experience a meal with a different at maze Grill Royal Hospital Road, Park Walk or Mayfair for a Burns Night delight. Head Chef Owen Sullivan has pulled out all the stops to create a special Haggis stuffed wellington, a dish you will not want to miss. Don't resist the hankering for a fine whisky to match either, the team are on hand to talk you through the malts available to match your personal taste.

Heddon Street Kitchen

Pop along to Heddon Street Kitchen to see our live bag-piper with friends, family or colleagues and  ignite your taste buds with our Burns Night three-course menu available with whisky pairings too. Grilled Scottish langoustines are on the menu amongst other traditional inspired dishes including loin of Highland venison, haggis croquette, turnip and truffle whisky sauce. To end it all enjoy the king of desserts - Dalmore marmalade steamed pudding and custard. 

Bread Street Kitchen

Join Bread Street Kitchen for a night of Robert Burns’s celebrations from 6:30pm at our Dalmore Burns Night Dinner. Enjoy a five-course menu with whisky pairings whilst Shauna Jennens, Distillery Ambassador for The Dalmore, talks you through the fine malt whiskies on hand. Limited tickets available, book your space by calling 020 3030 4050 where we kindly ask for a pre-payment to be taken. The same menu will be readily available in the restaurant at à la carte pricing.

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