Celebrate Burns Night in style at Plum + Spilt Milk
On Wednesday 25th January 2017, from 7pm, Plum + Spilt Milk, one of London’s finest destination restaurants, will host a celebratory Burns Night dinner, marking the birth of Scotland’s national poet Robert Burns. The annual event is a nod to the heritage of the restaurant’s name, taken from the dining livery of the famous Flying Scotsman train.
For one night only, the modern British restaurant will present a quintessentially Scottish Burns Supper complemented by Dalmore Whiskies. The four course menu, created by Chef Director Mark Sargeant, will feature an Arbroath Smokie with leek and whiskey soup to start, paired with a Dalmore Whisky cocktail, Old Scotsman, a take on an Old Fashioned with Dalmore 15 year old.
In true Burns Night fashion, the Haggis will be ceremonially piped in by a bagpiper, to be cut and served as the traditional dish of haggis, neeps and tatties, accompanied by Dalmore Cigar Malt. The main course of fillet of Mey Selections Highland beef with roast celeriac and wild mushrooms will be paired with Dalmore 18 year old whisky. To finish, a dessert of Cranachan (fruit, whisky cream and oatmeal) will be matched with Cranachan Club, a cocktail of Dalmore 12 year old, honey, lemon, raspberry syrup with a caramelized roasted oatmeal rim.
Located within the Great Northern Hotel in the heart of Kings Cross, Plum + Spilt Milk is well situated to serve Scots and Scotophiles from London and beyond for an evening of feasting and imbibing as an ode to Rabbie Burns. Kilts are not compulsory but encouraged!
The menu with accompanying drinks is priced at £70 per person. There will be one sitting, from 7pm.
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Notes to editors
Plum + Spilt Milk restaurant is one of London’s finest destination restaurants, celebrated for the quality of its seasonal Modern British dishes. It is situated on the first floor of the exquisite Great Northern Hotel.
Under the direction of celebrated Michelin-star chef, Mark Sargeant, the restaurant has won several coveted international awards including ‘Best Restaurant’ at the International Design Awards, it features in Tatler’s guide to the best UK restaurants, in which is it listed alongside London’s most renowned 30 restaurants, and it is also listed in Time Out’s ‘Best Breakfasts in London’ guide.
The restaurant occupies an absolutely stunning room, which combines a celebration of the Grade II listed Italianate Victorian architecture with a hint of modernity. The theatrical space benefits from floor to ceiling large windows on 3 sides, affording breath-taking views of George Gilbert Scott’s iconic clock tower at St Pancras and the new piazza. From this luxurious viewpoint, diners can enjoy the hustle and bustle that the area has to offer, whilst eating, drinking and relaxing in stylish comfort. By night, 150 hand blown transparent glass lanterns give a chimerical amber quality.
Service runs daily from breakfast, through lunch and dinner, closing at midnight. The weekend menu includes Saturday Brunch, available 11-3pm, as well as Sunday Roast special menus.
All menus are updated with the changing of the seasons, showcasing the very best of British produce.