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Celebrate Burns Night at The Cadogan Arms and The George

Enjoy a three-course Scottish feast and Aberfeldy Whisky.

In preparation for the annual celebration of Burns Night The Cadogan Arms, in Chelsea and The George, in Fitzrovia have curated a three-course traditional Scottish menu in partnership with Aberfeldy Whisky. What better way to celebrate the life and poetry of Scottish poet Robert Burns, than with friends and family, in one of London’s most iconic pubs, serving up the finest Scottish fare and beverages.

Both pubs will be kicking off the Burns Night celebrations with a three-course menu, carefully curated by Executive Chef Alex Harper, that includes a starter of Whisky Cured Smoked Scottish Salmon served with apple, mustard cream, and beremeal bannock, followed by Venison and Haggis Wellington plated with cranberry, 70% chocolate, and spicy red cabbage sauce. The dinner will finish with Scottish Raspberry and Whisky Chranachan - a traditional blend of cream and fresh seasonal raspberries strengthened by Scottish oats and whisky, famously known as the "uncontested king of Scottish desserts".

Those dining at The Cadogan Arms will enjoy an accompaniment of Aberfeldy Single Malt Whisky. Priced at £75 per person the three course menu includes two Aberfeldy whisky cocktails and a dram of Aberfeldy 12yo.

Whilst at The George, the evening will be hosted banquet-style in the private dining room, with master of ceremonies (The George Bar Manager) Colin Maher. Tickets will be available for £75 per person and include two Aberfeldy whisky cocktails and a dram of Aberfeldy 12yo.

Both The Cadogan Arms and The George will need to be booked in advance for your chance to join in the Burns Night celebrations.

For reservations and bookings for The Cadogan Arms please visit online HERE

For reservations and bookings for The George please visit online HERE


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