Burns Night Supper 25th January 2016


Selkirk Grace
“Some hae meat and canna eat,
and some wad eat that want it,
but we hae meat and we can eat,
and sae the Lord be thankit.”

Burns Night Dinner Menu
£30.00 per person

On arrival – a curl of Scottish smoked salmon wrapped around a horseradish creamed salsa
with oat cakes

‘Cullen Skink’ with Mussels
A creamy traditional soup with natural smoked haddock, leeks, potatoes, wine & fish stock, finished with shelled mussels and served with home made fresh thyme bread
(Fact – Cullen is a fishing town on the Moray Firth)

Second Course
‘Haggis with Tatties & Neeps’
Filo pastry basket filled with haggis topped with a quenelle of potato & neep puree, finished with a mushroom whisky sauce

To a Haggis-
“His knife see rustic Labour dight,
An cut you up wi ready slight,
Trenching your gushing entrails bright,
Like onie ditch;
And then, O what a glorious sight,
Warm-reekin, rich!”

Main Course

Braised Haunch of Venison
Haunch of venison braised with rosemary and root vegetables with a rich stock an ale sauce, topped with sliced saddle of venison, served with sweet potato puree, braised red cabbage
and roasted honey mustard parsnips & carrots


Butterscotch Bread & Butter Pudding
Sweet bread pudding with dried fruit, baked with egg yolks, cream and whisky, drizzled with a rich butterscotch sauce and vanilla ice cream, dressed with spun sugar

Coffee & Shortbread (£2.50 extra per person)