Burns Supper

Join us to toast the haggis and celebrate Robert Burns’ life.

Back in 1801, on the fifth anniversary Robert Burns’ death, nine of his companions met for dinner in Alloway, Scotaland to celebrate his life. The evening was centred on a fine haggis with some recitation of Burns’s works and a toast in verse to the memory of their friend. After such a jolly evening, they all agreed to meet again the following January for another birthday dinner for the bard. Little did they know that they had invented the global phenomenon that we now call the Burns Supper.

Join us at The Trout Hotel as we toast the haggis, relish Robert Burns’ poems, enjoy traditional Scottish dishes and, of course, raise a generous toast to the literary genius.

Thursday 25th January – £39.00 per person | Served at 7pm | Reservations are kindly required.

If you would like to find more about Burns Supper at The Trout Hotel please contact us.