London's 108 Brasserie offers a spectacular Burns Supper to enjoy at home
With venison and haggis wellington, cranachan and a hearty cullen skink, this year's highly unusual Burns Night needn't be a low-key affair
Barring an unprecedented miracle, it seems likely that Burns Night 2021 will be the first in decades in which we cannot meet old friends over a dram of whisky at the pub or sing Auld Lang Syne arm in arm with our nearest and dearest.
But that needn't mean the joys of a hearty Burns Supper are off the table. While its doors are temporarily closed, 108 Brasserie at The Marylebone hotel continues to ensure important celebrations are not missed with exclusive takeaway options, and Burns Nights is no different.
After the success of its Thanksgiving Feast, 108 is offering a Burns Night Takeaway, promising locals traditional festivities from the comfort of their home, whether they choose to don on their tartan or not. Whilst we may not be able to travel to the beloved Caledonia, the three-course finish-at-home takeaway menu promises to transport guests there in spirit with a taste of Scottish culture. The takeaway comes carefully packaged with simple preparation instructions to ensure a restaurant-standard experience at home. A Burns Night poem will also be included allowing guests to ‘address the haggis’ for an authentic Burns experience.
To start, guests will whet their appetite with a traditional cullen skink - a smoked haddock, potato and onion soup - before indulging in the extraordinary Balmoral Estate venison and haggis wellington served with neeps and tatties and a whisky sauce (vegetarian options are also available). Guests can even take it up a notch and add black truffle to their main for an extra £10. To round off the meal is a traditional cranachan dessert, made from Scottish oats, honey, raspberries and whisky cream.
This offer is available for collection on Monday 25th January from 108 Brasserie on Marylebone Lane between 1pm – 7pm.
To book, please visit 108brasserie.com