The Ivy Buchanan Street is celebrating Scotland’s National Bard with a series of limited-edition items for Burns Night.
Specials will be on offer from Monday, 20 January until Sunday, 26 January and include Bulls head dry aged Scotch rib steak (£44.95), served with a whisky sauce as well as a Haggis, neeps and tatties shepherd’s pie (£15.50), which is made with slow-braised lamb leg, beef and haggis, accompanied by a red wine sauce.
The cocktail menu, created by The Ivy’s expert bar team, will include Rabbie’s Coffee (£9.25), which uses Highland Park, vanilla syrup, coffee and double cream and A Wee Dramble (£9.75), featuring Highland Park, lemon juice, sugar syrup and crème de mure.
Suzanne Gilchrist, General Manager at The Ivy Buchanan Street says: “In addition to our a la carte menu, we’ll be serving up some Rabbie Burns inspired dishes including a twist on our famous Ivy Shepherd’s Pie with haggis, neeps and tatties.”
Located at 106 Buchanan Street, The Ivy Buchanan Street offers sophisticated yet relaxed all-day dining in the heart of Glasgow, seven days a week. Set across two fabulous floors, the brasserie accommodates approximately 222 guests and features striking interiors, all-encompassing menus and friendly service from sunrise to late evening.
As well as the main restaurant, the space features two beautiful onyx bars and a glamorous private dining room, seating 24 guests and providing a beautiful location for exclusive events, drinks receptions, birthdays and working lunches.
The Parisian-style outdoor seating area can be enjoyed all summer long, whilst DJs and musicians provide exciting, regular entertainment on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings for those dining upstairs or enjoying cocktails at the beautiful first floor bar.