Burns night supper

Don a kilt and strap on your sporran for a Burn’s night supper at the supperclub on Friday, 18th January. It promises to be a wild Scottish evening of entertainment. Scotland’s most famous son, poet Robert Burns, has been remembered every year on his birthday since his death at the age of 37 in 1796. On Notting Hill’s menu will be Cullen skink (a thick Scottish soup), Balmoral chicken and Cranachan (a pud made from whipped cream, whiskey and honey). Supperclub will be themed in true Scottish style and there will be some festive ceilidh dancing to get the party started. A bunch of dancers, singers, musicians and acrobats will entertain during the supper. Scottish  chef and  Masterchef runner-up Hardeep Sing will be cooking. It is £49 for four courses, starts 7.30pm. If you click on 18th January on the supperclub website Burn’s night isn’t individually listed but Pavlova has been assured it is fine to book  and the supperclub website is being updated.  www.supperclub.com Mary-Lu

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