Corrigan’s celebrates Burns Night

From Cullen skink soup and haggis to poached rhubarb washed down with a wee dram, Richard Corrigan’s Mayfair restaurant honours a Scottish tradition

Corrigan’s Mayfair’s doorman Paddy will play the bagpipes on Burns Night
Corrigan’s Mayfair’s doorman Paddy will play the bagpipes on Burns Night

The festive fun might be over for another year but January offers an opportunity to revive the celebratory spirit – and another round of Auld Lang Syne – as Burns Night arrives on January 25. Enter Corrigan’s Mayfair, Richard Corrigan’s eponymous restaurant located off Park Lane, which promises a traditional Scottish shindig that will entertain guests with an “ode to the haggis” in honour of the poet Robert Burns’ 260th birthday and a “toast to the ladies” – all to the tune of bagpipes.

The elegant entrance of the restaurant in the heart of Mayfair
The elegant entrance of the restaurant in the heart of Mayfair
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The interior takes its design cue from the style of a gentleman’s club
The interior takes its design cue from the style of a gentleman’s club

Diners can expect a five-course dining experience (£75 per person plus £35 for an accompanying whisky flight or wine alternative), which includes contemporary twists on old-school recipes such as Cullen skink soup; an Aberdeen Angus Wellington with haggis, neeps and tatties; and poached rhubarb with whisky cream and oat biscuit – all perfect with a wee dram.

Expect fine dining inspired by old-school Scottish dishes
Expect fine dining inspired by old-school Scottish dishes
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