direct from H Spinks of arbroath served with rocket, lemon and Djon mustard cream
SMOKED SCOTCH SALMON
on salad leaves, with Drambuie butter, with fresh watercress & lemon wedge
THE FINEST AWARD WINNING HAGGIS
served with wi’ bashit neeps an’ champit tatties and a wee dram
Vegetarian and gluten free haggis also available on pre order
a wonderful Scottish twist on the classic Creme Brulee
with whisky sauce
ABERLOUR HONEY PANNA COTTA
with raspberries in a raspberry coulis & shortbread biscuit
OPTIONAL EXTRA CHEESE BOARD £6.50
with bannocks (oat cakes) battens of celery & fresh grapes
TEA OR COFFEE AND OUR HOME MADE ATHOL BROSS
£29.95 including VAT
£29.95 per person. Price for the evening to include the piper, starter, fish course,
main course, dessert, wee dram of the water of life, coffee and atholl bros.
£10.00 non-refundable deposit per personwith the reservation.
BURNS NIGHT SUPPER BOOKING FORM
About Burns Night
Our Burns supper, has been celebrated at the New Inn for over 30 years and is an institution of Scottish life, 3 evenings of celebration of the life and works of the National bard. Our evening starts with piping in the guests followed by the Chairman’s welcome and the selkirk grace, a short but important prayer read to usher in the meal.
Piping in the Haggis. Guests should normally stand to welcome the dinner’s star attraction, delivered on a silver platter by a procession comprising the chef, the piper and the person who will address the Haggis. A whisky bearer should arrive to ensure the toasts are well lubricated. During the procession guests clap in time to the music, until the Haggis reaches its destination table, the music stops, every one is seated in anticipation of the address to the Haggis.
The honoured reader now seizes their moment of glory by offering a fluent and entertaining rendition of ‘to a Haggis’. His knife poised at the ready (his knife see rustic labour digit). He cuts the casing making sure to spill out some of the tasty gore within (trenching its gushing entrails). The recital ends with the reader raising the Haggis in triumph during the final line (gie her a haggis) which the guests greet with rapturous applause and the audience now join in the toast to the Haggis and it’s time to serve the main course.
The entertainment. Our piper will perform Burns songs, the immortal memory. The speaker will conclude with a heart felt toast to the immortal memory of Robert Burns followed by our Piper to entertain and toast to the Lassies, vote of thanks, and closure of the proceedings by inviting our guests to belt out a rousing rendition of AULD LANG SYNE.