Article Source: Harvey Nichols Edinburgh
First Published: 15 December 2021 9:56
Updated: 15 December 2021 9:58
HARVEY NICHOLS, EDINBURGH INVITE DINERS TO RAISE A TOAST TO BURNS THIS JANUARY
To celebrate Scotland’s national poet, Robert Burns, Harvey Nichols, Edinburgh is delighted to announce a special Robert Burns Celebration Menu, due to launch 24th January. The menu will be available to diners for one week only from 24th to 29th January and will consist of a classic Scottish three course menu featuring traditional dishes using locally sourced ingredients.
Diners will be invited to begin with a firm Scottish favourite of Cullen Skink, made using smoked North Sea haddock and served with St Andrews cheddar crouton. Patrons will then dine with a traditional main course of haggis, neeps and tatties served with a Stornoway black pudding bon bon, crispy parsnips and a caramelised onion jus. Finally, customers can finish on a quintessentially
sweet note with a delicious cranachan, featuring raspberries, whisky oats and honey cream.
Customers wanting to indulge further can round off their meal and raise a toast to the bard with a dram of Glengoyne 10 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky.*
ROBERT BURNS CELEBRATION MENU
Forth Floor Brasserie
Harvey Nichols, Edinburgh
£25 per person for three courses.
£30 per person for three courses and a dram of whisky.*
The Robert Burns Celebration Menu is available from 24th – 29th January 2022.
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