Alston Bar & Beef at Corn Exchange Manchester has revealed an exclusive new Burns Night menu available on 25th January.
The delicious menu has been crafted to celebrate Scotland’s national poet and includes themed dishes such as Scottish salmon with a Scotch quail’s egg and pickled fennel to start, and a main course of glazed hanger steak with haggis pithivier, spiced neep puree, whisky sauce and crispy leeks.
The Scottish feast will be rounded off with a traditional dessert of cranachan with vanilla cream, honey and oat granola, raspberries in whisky syrup, candied mint and raspberry powder.
Alston Bar & Beef is famous for its impressive range of gins and of course the special set menu includes a Caorunn Gin Cocktail made with authentic Scottish premium gin.
The first Alston Bar & Beef is based in Glasgow and its Tweed Valley beef comes from accredited farms in the Scottish Borders, so the restaurant hopes to bring some of its national heritage to Manchester for a special evening.
The Burns Night menu costs £35 per person and can be booked online at https://cornexchangemanchester.co.uk/restaurants/alston-bar-beef/.