Posted by: The Prince of Whales | January 24, 2011

Burns Night at The Prince


 

No sauncie faces here

It’s only fitting that an old Irish pub called the Prince of Wales should celebrate Scotland’s best loved poet. So this Tuesday night from 8pm our Piper will welcome you to the pub with some fine tunes from the Glens. At around 8.30pm, the Chef with join him in a procession from the Kitchen to the front bar and with the Haggis held high aloft. It will be set on fire, toasted and ceremoniously cut open.

Supper will then be served and a fine bargain it is at only £5 for haggis, neeps and tatties, with a wee dram of single malt.

See you there.

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