Burns Night In London 2025

25th January is a special day in the Scottish calendar, as celebrations featuring traditional food and music break out to celebrate the life of the country’s greatest poet; Robert Burns. There’s plenty of traditional suppers to be enjoyed in London too, as restaurants and bars host special one-offs across the city with haggis, whisky, deliveries and everything in between. Check out our shortlist of the best places to celebrate Burns Night in London right here.

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Last updated on 1st February 2024




La Bibliotheque

From £110, grab tickets to a Burns Night Dinner With Macallan at La Bibliotheque in Hackney and enjoy a welcome cocktail on arrival, followed by a five-course tasting menu, plus snacks. Sip on The Macallan Double Cask series perfectly paired with your meal and revel in this culinary experience from 6pm 'til 10pm.

A Wee Pop-up Ceilidh at Small Beer

@ Small Beer on Friday 30th August 2024 and 2 other Fridays

Up for some Scottish fun and frolics? Join Small Beer Brewery for a Burns Night ceilidh and supper on 27th January and 3rd February. But that's not all; they're hosting fests and live-music events year-round, with banging brews, tasty tapas and plenty of space to boogie all night. See you on the dance floor.

The Libertine

The Libertine is a stunning restaurant located in the old vaults of The Royal Exchange, and this Burns Night, it's celebrating the birthday of poet Rabbie Burns with live performances and readings, hosted by Johnnie Walker. As well as spectacular entertainment, there will be a three-course menu featuring cullen skink (a haddock chowder with leeks), Scottish wild venison haunch steak with haggis croquettes and raspberry cranachan parfait to finish.

The Lion & Unicorn

Scotland's national bard is given a blowout bash by The Lion & Unicorn this year, as the Kentish Town boozer throws open its doors for a traditional Burns Night supper with poetry readings and whisky options too. Think three courses for £35, spanning warm Isle of Mull cheddar tart, trout with crab croquette, seaweed and dill butter sauce, and Clottie dumpling doused in whisky custard to finish.

RAILS Restaurant At Great Northern Hotel

‘‘The Afternoon Tea That Must Not Be Named’’ - From £39.50 and 1 other offer

For £30 per person, RAILS Restaurant at the Great Northern Hotel is hosting a marvellous Burns Night meal, with three courses featuring haggis neeps and tatties served with a whisky sauce. Dessert consists of the traditional Scottish Cranachan topped with homemade cream and raspberries. If you don't want the evening to end, why not stay overnight?

The Cutty Sark

The Cutty Sark in Greenwich has your back for a shindig celebrating Rabbie Burns. Their special edition of The Captain's Club includes a three-course Scottish supper and a welcome whisky cocktail for £50 per person. Plus, you can even upgrade your experience dinner with an optional Glenfiddich whisky flight for an extra £15 each.