The Chippy on Burton Road will be serving up both a Meat and Plant-based special this weekend, and you will bag a free Irn Bru if you go in wearing a Kilt!
Deep-fried Haggis is heading to Manchester this weekend, by the restaurant who brought you the iconic Pig in a Duvet and Battered Brussels Sprouts just last month.
The Chippy on Burton Road, now famed for its Deep-Fried Christmas Dinner is back with some banging Burns Night specials that are sure to satisfy the cravings of even those taking part in Veganuary.
The Scottish-inspired menu puts a Chippy Tea take on Burns Night traditions and includes both meat and Vegan ‘Deep Fried Haggis, a ‘Carrot and Swede Fritter’ and the classic ‘Deep Fried Mars Bar’.
The Burns Night Dinner is served with a mountain of Chips and Gravy, and of course, washed down with a cold can of Irn Bru or a mug of delicious Highland Tea.
“Scotland is famed for its Battered Mars Bars and since Manchester went mad for our Chippy Turkey Dinner over Christmas, we simply had to put Haggis on the menu for Burns Night. Of course Haggis won’t appeal to everyone, but it really is a great flavour combo with our chips and gravy.
We know a lot of customers are also completing Veganuary and have kept them in mind. Our Vegetarian Haggis includes a mix of pulses, vegetables and spices to give all the flavour hit without the meat. Anyone that can play the bagpipes outside the shop (properly!) will receive a free Burns Night Supper.
And we’ll also be offering a complimentary can of Irn Bru to any customers brave enough to wear a kilt this Thursday to Sunday.” (Liz Bookbinder co-owner of The Chippy on Burton Road)
The Chippy on Burton Road’s Burns Night Specials will be available to dine in, take out and on Deliveroo until Sunday 26th January.