The Burns Supper is an institution of Scottish life: a night to
celebrate the life and works of the national Bard and all things
Scottish. Ours is an indulgent affair with whisky, wine, Scottish
dishes, poetry and piper.
Mark and Ian will be back from doing their American Dinner in Scotland in time to do this Scottish Dinner in America.
By unanimous demand Brian Gibson historian and guide at Stirling Castle will once again be flown in specially for this event, as our entertaining Burns Master of Ceremonies (foolhardy chairman), for the evening.
After last years perfomances, Brian quickly became stuff of legend.
We are most fortunate to again have piper Randy Welsh who is also the President of The St Andrews Society of The Eastern Shore.
$95 per person excluding tax and gratuity
Price includes the meal, wines, whisky and entertainment detailed above. Sociable seating at tables of eight and ten
To enjoy this evening to the full we advise you to book your room early
Rabbie Burns Nichts
Last years events were a sell out success and as we still intend
to only offer two performances, please book early to avoid
Rabbie Burns Nichts
Friday 17th January 2014 - Availability
Saturday 18th January 2014 - Limited spaces available
7pm arrival and Host's Welcome
An introduction to Burns followed by The Selkirk Grace
Cullen Skink Soup
A hearty traditional soup from the town of Cullen in the North East of Scotland
Tangekly Oaks Chardonay
Entrance & address to the Haggis with Glengoyne 17yr old Malt Whisky Toast
Prime Beef Rib Roast med-rare with Haggis 'Neeps an' Tatties and Red Wine Jus
Whilst traditionally served as a dish on its own, tonight we serve it with Prime Rib
Alexander Valley Syrah, Wetzel Family Estate
An an ancient gaelic dessert recipe with whipped cream, heather honey and fresh raspberries, with toasted oatmeal soaked overnight in a little whisky.
"Imported" Isle of Bute Mead
Holly Willie's Prayer
With homemade Scottish Tablet
Piper Randy Welch
Perfomances by our "full hardy Chairman" and much appreciated friend Brian Gibson, joining us once again from Stirling Castle.
To enjoy this evening to the full we advise you to book your room early.