Fair fa’ your honest, sonsie face, Great Chieftain o’ the Puddin-race!
This year saw another fantastic Burns Supper at Findlays within Falkirk Business Hub on Thursday 25th January. It certainly was the perfect way to warm up after the recent snow and those who were lucky enough to snap up a ticket up for this event were in for a real treat.
Guests were piped into the building by Tommy Couper for a very special entrance. To celebrate Scotland’s national dish taking centre stage, the words of burns well-kent poems and an address to the Haggis was ceremonially recounted for all to hear. Having worked on a special menu, the Findlays chefs provided guests with an incredible three-course meal, starting with locally sourced haggis, neeps and tatties, followed by rich homemade steak pie served and then traditional cranachan… and of course homemade Scottish Shortbread to finish!
Entertainment was supplied by Captain Howe and Burns MC Brian Goldie with poems, songs and a mortal memory of Robert Burns. It was a fantastic night, and the food was a wonderful highlight once again.
The annual Burns Supper at Findlays was a night to be remembered and one we will definitely be looking forward to again next year. To find out everything going on at Findlays, check out their website here.