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If you did not make it to our Burns Night Supper this year, we have uploaded a few pictures of our food we served for Nottingham

For Starters we had Cock-a-Leekie (chicken, leek & barley soup)

Cock-a-Leekie, chicken, leek & barley soup

Cock-a-Leekie, chicken, leek & barley soup

The Arbroath Smokie just smelt amazing in our Nottingham kitchen. Thank you to Paolo’s on Melton Road for getting hold of such a great quality product.

Arbroath smokie & poached egg

Arbroath smokie

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Haggis – Tastes much better than it Looks!

Wash is down with a little Soda Bread

Soda Bread

Soda Bread

Followed by Cranachan – A mixture of whipped cream, whisky & honey

Cranachan, A mixture of whipped cream, whisky & honey

Cranachan, A mixture of whipped cream, whisky & honey

Don’t Forget the Whisky!

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Special Thanks to Nathan who made the most of his Scottish Heritage.

chef

Burns Night Supper Menu

Was served  25th January 2014

£27.90 per person

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Starters

Served with125ml Château De Fleure, Pontanevaux France

Cock-a-Leekie, chicken, leek & barley soup

Vegetable Scotch broth, root vegetables, pearl barley & lentils

Smoked Scottish salmon with soda Bread

Mains

Served with125ml Kleine Zalze, Chenin Blanc, South Africa

Haggis, Neeps & Tatties, with swede & turnip gratin, Mash & whisky gravy

Aberdeen Angus 8oz rib-eye steak with roast new potatoes, watercress & béarnaise sauce

Arbroath smokie & poached egg

 Dessert

Served with any of our house whiskys*or a glass of Ruby Port

Cranachan, A mixture of whipped cream, whisky & honey

Our Cheese Board

*excludes 15 and 18 year old whiskeys (25ml)

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