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Burns Night blow-out

You don't have to be Scottish to embrace Burns Night - the annual Scottish knees-up is a great excuse to chase away the January blues. Here's where we're celebrating in Surrey.

Man dressed in Scottish kilt playing the bagpipes

Make way for an abundance of plaid, pipers, and potatoes at the annual Burns Night celebration – basically a gigantic birthday bash for the poet Robert Burns who famously wrote Auld Land Syne.

The Stag Inn, Lower Eashing

Slip into your finest tartan for a sophisticated (or not?!) evening, full of Scottish flavour. A three-course Scottish dinner that includes haggis, neeps and tatties all rounded off with a dram or two of whisky.

The Greyhound, Carshalton

Ready to join the Scottish shenanigans at The Greyhound? The bagpiper is booked, the Haggis is ordered and the poetry books have been dusted off. Feast on a four-course Scottish inspired menu and raise a wee dram to Robert Burns. And if you fancy reciting a poem or two, your’e more than welcome. £35pp including four-course dinner and whisky.

The Onslow Arms, Clandon

Head to the Onslow Arms for a taste of Scotland where they’ll be serving up a three-course menu inspired by traditional Scottish dishes. There will be a live piper performance and a traditional address to the haggis. £32 per per person for three-course dinner.

The Weyside Inn, Guildford

A nod to the Scottish Bard, The Weyside will be celebrating all day from 12 noon with a three-course Scottish inspired set menu and a large selection of whisky. A piper-free zone. £32 per person for three courses.

The Black Swan, Ockham

 An immersive evening with an original poetry teller and Scottish bagpiper will take you in the land of the brave at the Black Swan. Executive chef Graeme Terrell has prepared a Scottish four-course menu, and there’s the option to choose paired wines if you fancy. £35 per person for four courses.

The Canbury Arms, Kingston

A Burns Night set menu to celebrate Robert’s birthday complete with whisky cocktails and a piper. Sláinte Mhath! £35 per person for three courses.

The Wheatsheaf, Virginia Water

A four-course menu that includes Cullen Skink, Haggis, Neeps and Tatties – it must be Burns Night. Add a wee dram on the side, and you’re in full celebration mode. They’ve also created a Glenfiddich Buck cocktail, and there’s also a Glenfiddich goodie bag to be won. Enter when you book. Great value at £22 for four courses.

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