Burns Night Leeds 2024

Planning to celebrate burns night this January? Here's some of our picks for this years celebration:

Whitelocks Dinner Club - £45pp

Their renowned Dinner Club is joining us again for another year (yay) and kicking it off with a Burns Night themed menu. With a Scottish inspired five course menu, Head Chef Nick Robertson has crafted this menu in honour of one of Scotland's most famous poets and lyricists, Robert Burns. Included is the finest Scottish seafood, a poached Loch Fyne oyster, and a ‘fresh’ take on Scottish classics, like Haggis and a spin on the traditional Black Pudding, it sounds one not to be missed! 

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TAC x Glengoyne at Three's a Crowd - £75pp

An intimate dinner in collaboration with Glengoyne Whisky, Three's a Crowd are kicking off their first Leeds Burns Night with a bespoke five course menu, paired with four Glengoyne Whiskeys and an arrival cocktail consisting of Glengoyne and Apple Sherbert Highball. Starting at 6:30pm, it's a chance to be whisked away by Head Chef Sammy's take on a traditional Burns Supper, including a square sausage, tattie scone, fried quails egg, Islay langoustine scampi, venison stew, haggis dumpling and we can't forget the neeps and tatties!

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Harewood Food and Drink Project - £95pp

"A Banquet fit for Rabbie Burns", join the Harewood Food and Drink Project on the 26th & 27th January for the return of an old favourite, a celebration of Burns Night at the gorgeous venue, The Hovels. Their website leaves a lot to the imagination in regards to the menu, signalling a tasting menu to take you through the famous flavours of Scotland. Of course haggis will be included, alongside some fantastic produce, poetry recitals, be sure to book quick as this event is almost sold out!

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Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre - £25pp

Join the Headingley HEART for their second edition of supper club, a Highland themed menu on Friday 26th January from 7pm onwards. An evening filled with traditional live Scottish music, poetry.

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The Cheesy Living Co. - £45pp

Kicking off their first event of the year at their new place in Oakwood, The Cheesy Living Co. have crafted a fantastic menu showcasing some of their fantastic cheeses and accompaniments to celebrate Burns Night. Haggis pate, venison salami and Scottish cheeses are all up for grabs, with the option to sample a Sottish Whisky flight for an additional price. The event kicks off at 7pm, but worry not- if you're unable to make it in person, The Cheesy Living Co. have a 'Burns Night At Home' box which is available to pre-order and enjoy in the comfort of your own home- very 2020 of them, but a fantastic idea if you don't fancy venturing out into the rather cold January weather!

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The Empire Cafe x Ardberg Distillery - £75pp

Feast on a three course menu, paired with three cocktails including Whiskeys from the Ardberg Distillery. Although, the mains are really where all the action sits, vension and black cabbage, with mustard glazed carrots and a Buckfast sauce, or turnip and potato gnocchi, sage butter and the isle of Arran cheddar, as well as langos and fries, and haggies, neeps and tatties. The Empire x Ardberg collab is definitely bringing a rather nice slice of Scotland to Leeds this January.

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