Now, who this tale of truth shall read, Each man, and mother’s son, take heed: here are two great options for Burns Night
Burns Night is a celebration to toast the life of bard (poet) Robert Burns and his remarkable contribution to Scottish culture. Burn’s best-known work is Auld Lang Syne, the most sung and played song at every New Year’s Eve party.
Wavebreaker Beach & Grill
This beach bar & grill is keeping up the annual tradition of Burns Night with a limited-edition Scottish-themed haggis feast.
At Wavebreaker Beach & Grill, feast on haggis bon bons, haggis burrito bites and haggis samosas; and if you’re embracing Veganuary, you can enjoy vegan haggis nachos with guacamole and vegan sour cream.
The charming terrace at this beachfront restaurant is perfect for al fresco dining. Attire is beachwear casual, but the venue encourages guests to don their traditional Highland Dress, especially on the third day.
January 25, from 12-11pm. Call +9714 318 2319 or email email@example.com.
The Duck Hook
Gastropub and garden, The Duck Hook is marking Burns Night this year with four-day long promotions on food and beverages.
On the menu is a traditional Burns supper with special dishes including the Cullen skink soup (diced potato leeks, smoked haddock and cream); the haggis scotch egg (with Arran mustard-mayonnaise); and a delightful Highland favourite, a deep-fried Mars bar served with ice cream.
Traditional fare and limited-edition beverages can be enjoyed on the outdoor terrace whilst overlooking the scenic green golf course.
Dubai Hills Golf Club, on January 25-28. Open daily from 11:30-12am. For more information, call 800 666 353 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.