The Hebridean serves up a modern Burns Supper


A Glasgow gastropub is cooking up a three-course meal to celebrate Burns Night.

The Hebridean, which is owned by Six by Nico Holdings, will be putting a modern stamp on a selection of classic Scottish dishes for its Burns Supper festivities on January 25.

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.”