Every year, we celebrate the life and work of poet Robert Burns on January 25, which was his birthday.
Celebrate the writings of Robert Burns this January with an evening of drams and Scottish dishes on Burn’s Night.
Join us in Hart’s Kitchen Nottingham for a traditional Scottish set menu.
Enjoy a tasting dish of haggis, neeps & tatties followed by the main event; slow-cooked mutton with seasonal vegetables and rosemary sauce. End your Burn’s Night with a traditional cranahan for dessert. Priced at £45 per person to include a welcome dram.
Reserve your table for Burns Night by calling 0115 988 1900 and get ready to dine in style with a great selection of whiskeys to choose from.
Tartan is optional!
The A la carte menu will be available both evenings.
Please advise any special dietary requirements on booking.
Full payment is required to secure your reservation.
Choose yourself a wee dram to commence proceedings;
Ardbeg 10 years (Islay) 46%
A whirlwind of peat and complex malty flavours, this is an exuberant, in-your-face whisky to be cherished.
Talisker 10 years 45.8%
A single malt Scotch Whisky with an intense coastal spicy, peaty character. A truly elemental malt.
Lagavulin 16 years (Islay) 43%
Gentle peat with plenty of fresh fruit on the nose, which is quickly replaced by a serious peat attack, finishing into vanilla smoke.
Glenmorangie 10 years 40%
A famous malt with a firm body and a floral character, resulting in a delicate finish.
Dalwhinnie 15 years (43%)
From the highest distillery in Scotland, this full-bodied malt is subtle, smooth and delicately smokey, with a honeyed finish.
Balvenie 14 years Caribbean Cask (43%)
A more complex proposition here, the higher alcohol content giving the malt its own traditional floor, warm and soft and lingering, whilst adding spicy aromatic qualities to the whisky.
Auchentoshan Three Wood (43%)
A single malt Scotch Whisky, rich and elegant. As a rule Lowland malts are grassy, so make a perfect aperitif.