The Sands Burn’s Supper 2020
25th January 6.30/7pm, £25pp
6.30 for 7pm piped arrival, 7.15 address tae the Haggis, 7.30 scran, 9-11pm fiddler & guitarist playing traditional Scottish music, drams til 12.30
Only the very best of Scottish produce makes it into our larder and chefs menu showcases some classic dishes with a twist to honour our famous bard!
Our Burn’s night will not have all the recitals of poetry, only our favourite- ‘Address tae the Haggis’ We want our guests to enjoy the food, music and above all company without having the full formalities.
Advanced booking with a £10pp deposit and a pre order is essential!
A braw broth fae Scotlund wi’ oatcakes fir dookin.
Often claimed by ithers, tis the King of Soups ae Bonnie Scotland, ‘n’tek a keek ae that!?
It belongs oan oor bonnie banks
Local Haggis wi’ Bashed Neeps ‘n’ Chappit Tatties wi’ Watter o’ Life Sauce
Oor free-range Wild Haggis wis freshly caught this mornin’ up The Binn. There’s nuthin’ quite like it!
If yer o’ a vegetarian persuasion, we hae that as weel.
Should ye fancy this fir a main coorse, we’ll dae ye a bigger helpin’!
Steamin’ Scottish Mussels
In the best ae Belhave Best, Ayshire bacon and leek cream sauce
Serv’d wi’ soda bread
Roastit Lothian Chookie wi’ Haggis Stuffin’
Wi’ roastit tatties ‘n’ baby vegetables, watter o’ life gravy
Baked Whisky-Soused Fillet o’Salmon
Baked in the kiln,
serv’d wi’ rumbledithumps an’ hot’n’sour goosgog compote
-a real wee nippy-sweetie
Seasonal Game Casserole
Wi’ Stornoway black pudding’n herb dumplins’, new tatties ‘n’ roastit vegetables.
A hearty dish tae warm yer cockles oan a cauld January nicht
Vegetarian Haggis, Mushroom ‘n’ Root Vegetable Wellington
Wi’ whisky cream sauce, roastit tatties
Porridge oats, honey, raspberries, cream ‘n’ whisky!
Wi’ Mackie’s Traditional ice cream
(Like yer granny’s granny used tae mek!)
Selection ae Fine Cheeses
(All frae our fine shore tae!)
Coffee wi’ Tablit
Nae jist onae tablit, mah auntie’s secrit recipe frae alang th’road in Hillend
If yer a veggie we hae alternati’es fur every coorse