Mark a 200-year-old Scottish tradition with haggis, game and hot toddy at The Blackbird Ponteland’s Burns Night supper. Diners celebrating the life and poetry of the Robert Burns, will be treated to a whole host of Scottish dishes, starting with a cock-a-leekie soup, haggis, neeps and tatties, venison stew and hot toddy dessert – all set to a piping soundtrack led by a piper who will recite the traditional poem, ‘To The Haggis’. Veggie options will also be available upon request. Don’t miss The Blackbird’s traditional five course feast – complete with whisky tasting and entertainment this Burns Night on Saturday 25th January, from 7.30pm.
£39.95 per person
Celebrate Robert Burns this Burns Night with a sumptuous, Scottish-inspired menu at Wynyard Hall’s Wellington Restaurant. Michael Penaluna and his kitchen crew invite foodies in for a two or three course supper, or a specially-prepared five course tasting menu, delivering a seasonal menu inspired by all things Scottish. It’s the perfect way to round up the gang, try something new and blow away the January blues. Dietary requirements will be catered for and tables are available to book from 7pm on Saturday 25th January. Fancy staying the night? Make the most of Wynyard Hall’s special accommodation offer, including a three-course Burns Night supper, bed and breakfast for £175 per couple.
Two courses: £30, three course: £35, five course tasting menu: £50
Life Science Centre
Time to dust off your tartan and head down to Newcastle’s Life Science Centre, where an indulgent Scottish supperclub awaits on Friday 24th January. In celebration of Burns Night, the centre invites foodies to get into the Scottish spirit with a two-course haggis feast. North East ceilidh band, Angels of the North, will fill up the dancefloor for traditional reels and jigs as guests raise a dram of whisky to Robert Burns. 7pm – 11.30pm.
£32.50 per person / £300 for a table of 10