The ultimate Burns Night celebrations
Burns Night is upon us again, and it is time to enjoy Scottish traditions. Join local Cambridge indies to raise a toast to the immortal words of Burns.
Here is the ultimate guide to Burns Night celebrations in Cambridge.
The toasted haggis sandwich at Bread & Meat
A delicious toasted sandwich covered with melted cheese, rich in flavour, a bit of sweetness and a nice punch of heat from the black pepper and spices. Welcome to Cambridge, the toasted haggis sandwich of Bread & Meat, the place for the ultimate meaty sandwiches.
The team at Bread & Meat are passionate about serving honest, excellent food and wants to share our love of fine roast meats, sourdough bread, poutine, craft ales and great coffee. In an ode to Robert Burns, they will be serving this amazing toasted haggis sandwich as a special.
Whisky tasting at Thirsty
Join Thirsty Cambridge for their Annual Burns Night Whisky tasting with Elliott Whisky. This tasting includes a tour of 6 hand-selected and uncommon drams showing off the beautiful experience that is Scotch.
Food truck on the night: Pizza Monde
Supper Club at a cosy neighbourhood pub
Enjoy a delicious five-course dinner paired with five drinks showcasing the best Scottish produce at the Petersfield Pub. The team here prides itself on being at the centre of the local community, providing a warm, welcoming atmosphere and acting as a hub for residents of the surrounding area.
Beyond Burns Night
Where do you go after a traditional Burns Night tasting whisky introduction, to seek out a drinking experience you’ll enjoy beyond the common brands, beyond Scotland, Beyond Burns Night? Join Elliot on the 2nd of February for a guided tasting for an evening as I guide you through 6 samples I’ve selected to show you what else is out there.
Toast Robert Burns at Cambridge’s landmark
Parker’s Tavern at the University Arms will serve up some tasty specials from wild Scottish oysters paired with a 12-year-old Glenfiddich to Scottish smoked mackerel paired with a 16-year-old Lagavulin, Haggis Scotch egg paired with a Johnie Walker Black Label and Scottish King scallops paired with a 12-year-old Glenkinchie.
Sláinte Mhath! ( Good health)