We’ve added a few Scottish twists into this week’s menu to celebrate Burns Night which is held on Monday 25th January.
Burns Night is widely renowned as a commemoration of the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns’ birthday. After his death in 1796, Burns Night has taken place around the world to celebrate his life and words. Although this year we cannot head out to enjoy a Burns Night supper, we can still commemorate his name with friendship, food and drink at home.
No Burns Supper is complete without a hearty meal, a wee dram and several traditional toasts to the great poet.
Central to the festivities is the cutting of the Haggis – as a CIN CIN tip of the hat to Burns Night, enjoy the Haggis Arancino served with Leek Agliata.
Rob Roy Cocktail
Here’s a bottle and an honest friend!
What wad ye wish for mair, man?
What kens, before his life may end,
Wha his share may be o’ care, man?
-Robert Burns from the poem A Bottle and a Friend
Why not enjoy a different dram this Burns Night? The CIN CIN Rob Roy Cocktail.
This tasty tipple has been expertly crafted with a CIN CIN twist. A tasty mix that builds on the scotch-vermouth combination of a Rob Roy.
A 250ml pouch which will serve 4 cocktails over ice. Finish with a slice of orange!
Made with Scotch Whiskey, Cocchi Rosa vermouth, Vecchio Amaro del Capo & Angostura bitters. The perfect aperitivo for toasting the haggis!
**NEW DESSERT ALERT**
“I believe in love at first sight between a person and tiramisù” – ANON
Made with the best hand roasted coffee by Red Roaster, lashings of fresh cream and Frangelico liqueur – giving a long luxurious hazelnut finish – literally pure happiness in dessert form!
One portion generously serves two people.
Pre order now for delivery on the 21st, 22nd, 23rd of January.
All our dishes are made fresh to order, they will keep in the fridge for 3 days from delivery.
Free delivery to Brighton & Hove | £4.95 for greater Sussex
Check delivery days via our online shop | Collection also available from our Hove restaurant.