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.
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.
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.
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.