Burns Night in Camden


January 25; The birth date of Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet. Every year since his death, we have celebrated his life and works, paying tribute with an array of traditional food, music and poetry.
We have compiled this little list of hot-spots in Camden celebrating this momentous occasion by hosting their own Burns Night suppers….

The Spread Eagle

Our quirky wonderful neighbors pay homage with a mouth-watering selection of dishes including chicken liver parfait, 21-day aged Aberdeen Angus sirloin, hotpots and raspberry cranachan… Drool!
£25 for three-course

York & Albany (Gordon Ramsay)

For luxury, you may want to take a trip to the York & Albany for a mouth-watering menu of Aberdeen Angus beef consommé with truffle oil, seared scallops with smoked turnip puree, black pudding scotch egg & roast highland venison.
£45 per person

Colonel Fawcett

Last but most definitely not least; our favourite spot in Camden if not LONDON; expect cock-a-leekie soup, soda bread, haggis, champit tatties, dancing and bagpipes! What more could you ask for?
£25 for three-course