The best of Burns' Night celebrations

Brace yourself for some bonny festivities around the capital with Square Meal's round-up of the best places to celebrate Burns' Night:

Albannach
25 January (from 7pm) - £125pp

Six-course gourmet feast
Traditional Burns’ supper ceremonies, including Scottish piper
Ceilidh music and dancing

Boisdale of Belgravia
14-26 January
The Macallan 10-year old four-course Burns’ Night menu - £47.50pp
The Macallan 15-year old four-course Burns’ Night menu - £55pp
The Macallan 21-year old five-course Burns’ Night menu - £69pp

Traditional Burns’ supper ceremonies, including Scottish piper (full ceremony only available to groups of eight or more. Additional charge for piper payable).

Boisdale of Bishopsgate
21-25 January
(Menus and prices tbc – contact restaurant for further details)

Traditional Burns’ supper ceremonies, including Scottish piper (full ceremony only available to groups of eight or more. Additional charge for piper payable).

Buchan’s
25–26 January - £32.50pp

Traditional Burns’ supper ceremonies, including Scottish piper
Four-course Burns’ Night menu

Prism
21-25 January - £80pp
Exclusive Burns’ celebrations (lunch or dinner)

Private room (for 20 or 40)
Four-course Scottish menu
Personal host to conduct traditional Burns’ supper ceremonies

Also at Prism:
Scottish breakfasts
Scottish lunch and dinner menu running alongside a la carte
Selection of Scottish cocktails
Tutored Glenmorangie whisky tasting - 23 January (7.30pm) - £35pp (includes welcome drink, tastings and canapes)

Chartered Accountants Hall
25 January - £110pp

Charity Burns Night Supper in aid of Lords' Taverners

Champagne reception followed by a traditional five-course Highland supper with accompanying wines and spirits.

Entertainment from celebrity guest speakers, a Scottish piper, dancers and singer, plus a live charity auction.