This Manchester Restaurant Is Offering A Delicious Scottish Inspired Menu For Burns Night • Alston Bar & Beef

By Secret Manchester

Manchester’s Alston Bar & Beef restaurant is offering you a delicious Scottish inspired menu with a Manchester twist this Burns Night.

Alston Bar & Beef at Corn Exchange Manchester will be celebrating Burns Night with an exclusive menu in honour of Scotland’s national poet.

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The delectable menu has been crafted to celebrate the best of Scotland’s larder, but with a modern twist, and includes seasonal favourites such as cock-a-leekie, a traditional heartwarming soup, followed by braised beef & haggis olive with a baked potato skin, whipped potato, bone-marrow butter and whiskey sauce.

For guests who are looking for more of a Scottish theatrical dining experience feel free to address the haggis with Robert Burn’s famous poem, whilst tucking into haggis, neeps ‘n’ tatties.

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For dessert, guests will be treated to a cranachan pannacotta, a culinary twist on the sweet Scottish dessert, made with set coconut, oat & vanilla milk, oat granola, raspberry gel, whiskey syrup and honeycomb.


The Manchester restaurant will be celebrating alongside its sister venue in Glasgow and is encouraging guests to wear a kilt, to receive a complimentary dram of Scotch Whiskey. Can’t argue with that.

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The Burns inspired feast is available from Friday, January 24 to Sunday, January 26. The Restaurant recommends pre-orders, as based on last year’s popularity, it’s due to be a sell-out weekend.

The Burns Night menu costs £35 per person and can be booked online here.