Customarily, Burns Night is a celebration of the Scottish poet and source of inspiration to the founders of Liberalism and Socialism, Robert Burns – a tradition that has been followed worldwide for 218 years.
There are many traditions and customs carried out at Burns Night, have a look at this website and get to know more.
Burns Night at RNYC doubles as an auction event, from which all proceeds will go towards fundraising for the Highway Hospice.
Our night of celebration will begin in the Britannia Room on the 25th January, 7pm at R185 per person, where all guests will be lead through to their dinner venue (The Trafalgar Room) by a Piper to enjoy the scrumptious menu below as well as fun-spirited banter and a jolly good auction.
Welcome drinks in Britannia Room
Smoked salmon mousse served on a freshly baked crumpet
Taster of Haggis served after the starter
Stuffed roast leg of lamb served with a cider sauce, Lyonnaise potatoes and baby carrots
Traditional Cranachan (A layered dessert with raspberries, oats, cream and whisky)
Coffee with homemade shortbread
Grab your tartan, laddies and lassies, and join us for a great night!