A Glasgow gastropub is cooking up a three-course meal to celebrate Burns Night.
The west end venue will provide Scottish music in an ode to the Scottish bard and offer dishes of cock-a-leekie soup, haggis neeps and tatties and cranachan.
A menu special of haggis, neeps and tatties and a dram of whisky will also be available at the restaurant from Wednesday (January 23) until Sunday (January 26).
Andy Temple, executive development chef said: “Our team at The Hebridean like to hold true to many of Scotland’s traditions – especially when it comes to Scotland’s larder. Our modern twist on the traditional Burns Night feast will encourage guests to celebrate our national dish – The Haggis.
“With live Scottish music and ‘good craic’ all night – we encourage our guests to come dressed in traditional Scottish kilts and tartans and add to the overall ambience and occasion.”