Contributed by Tuddenham Mill
2/01/2019 - Tuddenham Mill
On the fifth anniversary of Robert Burns death, nine of his companions met for dinner in Scotland to celebrate his life. The evening was centred on fine haggis, a recital of Burns works and a toast to the memory of their friend. This became an annual event and soon became known globally as ‘Burns Night’.
This 200 years old Scottish tradition will be celebrated in style at award-winning boutique hotel and restaurant, Tuddenham Mill, as they host an evening of fine dining, with the option to enjoy whisky tasting and cigars on Friday, 25th January 2019.
Chef-patron Lee Bye and his team at Tuddenham will honour the great Bard with an exclusive menu in ode to to his literary genius. The evening will be full of fun and laughter, with a toastmaster who will give an impressive account of the life of Burns, reciting his poetry and honouring his nationalism.
Burns night menu
Cullen Skink, traditional thick Scottish soup with honey bread
The Main Event
Gordon McNeill’s ‘Taste of the Highlands’ featuring fillet of Scottish beef, oxtail stovi, claphot potatoes and white pudding
Maw Broon’ traditional Scottish Cranachan
Guests can enjoy this special three course Burns Night supper for £55 per person, or for £100 per person, guests can choose to enjoy the exquisite supper and a cigar from local supplier Tim Owen on the beautiful terrace, paired with a whisky from local supplier Robert Graham. Guests will also sample a further two whisky’s, with a final cigar that has been paired to compliment the final exquisite dram.
For guests wishing to stay at the hotel, we are delighted to offer a preferential rate per night. For more information about this exciting event visit the Tuddenham Mill website or call 01638 713552.
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