Join our Burns ceilidh and fabulous Burns Supper

If you’ve a panic in thy breastie about Burns Night, or simply looking for a place to get fou and unco happy, then hurry to Bonnie & Wild’s Scottish Marketplace for our great Burns Feast and White Heather Club Ceilidh.

Our Food Hall is rightly known for its array of menus and fabulous kitchens, but the chefs have pulled out all the stops in celebration of our National Bard this Thursday, while our White Heather Club promises a few surprises to bring a smile to all you drouthy neebors, honest men and bonnie lassies.

We’ll be Addressing the Haggis and toasting the Bard when our White Heather Club Ceilidh takes over the St James Quarter galleria on Thursday, with a special guest bagpiper joining Charlie Kirkpatrick and his band for the evening.

Always a braw night, Thursday’s Ceilidh will have you twirling and birling to the likes of classic Highland country dances such as Dashing White Sergeant, Strip the Willow and the Gay Gordons. We’ve a couple of other surprises in store for dancers and diners that evening, too.

Continuing the celebrations through to the weekend and into the Food Hall itself, most of Bonnie & Wild’s kitchens will be offering a Haggis or Burns special.

From a traditional Burns Supper to an Asian take on Haggis, Bonnie & Wild is hosting what must be one of the country’s most diverse Burns Suppers.

Your traditional Haggis, Neeps and Tatties comes from Creel Caught, while El Perro Negro, home of the award-winning Top Dog, is putting on a special Ode to a Haggis Burger.

Pancake house Stack & Still has a sweet and savoury option for you, with a Haggis stack available along with a delightful Cranachan stack.

Kochchi have given their Sri Lankan street food Kotthu dish a Burns makeover, adding Haggis to this incredible award-winning meal, and are also offering a plate of Haggis and Lankan Tatties on the side. Next door, east PIZZA has a special Haggis topping for their slices of sourdough heaven.

Dessert comes from Joelato who’ve teamed up with local distillery Daffy’s to put on a Whisky and Marmalade gelato or a Hot Toddy Sorbet.

Raise a glass with a dram from our house pour Isle of Raasay Distillery or ask for our Malt of the Month, Springbank’s Palo Cortado.

And should you fancy a Burns Night-In, then Scottish deli Soup & Caboodle has Haggis to takeaway, though seeing as you’re passing by anyway, why not pop into the Rarity bottle shop for a bottle of Arran’s Burns Single malt or a bonnie bottle of Loch Lomond 18yo. Poetry in a glass.

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