Lilleshall House and Gardens, near Newport, is celebrating Burns Night with an evening of traditional Scottish fayre, dancing and live music from Ceilidh band on Friday January 27th.
Along with the famous Deep Fried Mars Bar, the menu for the night, prepared by chef Mark Bannon, will include such Burns Night favourites as haggis, neeps and tatties, the classic Scottish soup Cullen Skink and the dessert Cranachan, which features raspberry oatmeal and whisky.
Mark joined Lilleshall towards the end of 2022 and has spent the past eight years, has worked with well-known celebrity Chef Anthony Worral-Thompson at The Greyhound in Henley-on-Thames.
Clair Luckman, Hospitality Manager at Lilleshall said:
“For one special evening this year, Lilleshall goes Scottish, as we celebrate the culture and cuisine of our northern neighbours. Mark has prepared an amazing menu, which mixes tradition with a little bit of mischief, as he’s added a deep-fried Mars Bar with peanut Parfitt to the dessert selection.
“As well as the food, we’re lucky enough to have a Ceilidh band booked for the night, who’ll be keeping the atmosphere lively, while encouraging diners to get on their feet for some traditional Scottish dancing.
“We’ll be staging this event in our Chapters Restaurant, which is a dining space we’ll be making much more of in 2023, hosting regular Sunday roasts, Valentines Dinner & Dance with a Rat Pack tribute act on Friday 10th Feb, a stand-up comedy evening hosted by local comedy company Kung Fu Pug on Friday 24th February, Mother’s Day afternoon tea on Sunday 19th March, and we are very excited to welcome one of the UK’s best Abba Tributes to the venue on Saturday 29th April”
To enquire or book for this event call 01952 603 003 or email firstname.lastname@example.org