Don’t Miss Burn’s Night Celebrations at Arthur’s in Fenwick
Revel in all things Scottish as Fenwick mark the work of the beloved Scottish poet with a special dinner on 27th January
Heaped in wonderful traditions, Burn’s Night is a celebration of the life and work of 18th-century poet, Robert ‘Rabbie’ Burns, the Bard of Ayrshire.
Head to Arthur's on Friday the 27th of January from 6.45 pm, for the perfect occasion to dress up and to raise a glass to the legacy of Robert Burns and Scotland’s rich culture.
You’ll be greeted with a cocktail before enjoying a lavish four-course feast, served in true Fenwick style. Savour the most delicious Highland-inspired dishes such as Scottish smoked salmon terrine, venison wellington with clapshot and kale, and rhubarb Cranachan with oat shortbread.
The Newcastle-based band Pons Aelius will perform two sets during the evening and share their distinctive music style driven by a dynamic frontline of bagpipes and whistles, flute, tenor banjo and mandolin. The six young musicians have extensively toured the UK and Europe and are a melodic force to be reckoned with.
On the Menu
Welcome arrival drink*
*Non-alcoholic option available.
Scottish smoked salmon terrine with watercress and toasted sourdough
Woodland mushroom bon bons with devilled whisky and pepper sauce
Vegetarian haggis with bashed neeps and tatties
Haggis, neeps and tatties with whisky sauce
Venison wellington with clapshot and kale
Goats’ cheese, spinach and salted beets wellington with clapshot and kale
Rhubarb Cranachan with oat shortbread
Please note: This event is open to over 18s only.
How To Book
Starting from 6.45pm until 10.30pm, enjoy a four-course menu with a welcome cocktail at Arthur’s restaurant, priced at £50. Book now via the link below.