This Sunday, The Cloth Ear at The Merchant Hotel will host a special Burns’ Night dinner, offering people a taste of Scottish culture right in the heart of Belfast.
The evening will offer guests an opportunity to join in global celebrations of the life and work of popular Scottish writer, Robert Burns on Burns Night itself – Sunday 25th January – the anniversary of his birthday.
Guests can enjoy a traditional three-course Burns Night supper, including a performance from a piper, the addressing of the haggis with a dramatic reading of Burns’ famous ‘To a Haggis’ and a dram of whisky for just £30 per person.
The special three-course menu includes Pork belly and black pudding fritters with apple and ginger chutney followed by Haggis with neeps, tattie puree and crispy onions, followed by poached raspberry cranachan and a dram of whiskey to toast the haggis.
Guests will also receive a complimentary copy of Burns: The Ulster Connection booklet, with compliments of the Ulster-Scots Agency. The booklet examines the local links of the popular Scottish writer, whose works are said to have once been as prevalent as copies of the bible in homes across Northern Ireland.
For further information and to reserve a table, call 028 9026 2719.