On Wednesday 25th January, The Wolseley café-restaurant in London’s Mayfair will be paying homage to the traditional Robert Burns Night celebrations, with a special menu featuring three quintessentially Scottish dishes.
To start, enjoy a comforting bowl of Cullen Skink soup, made with smoked haddock and leeks; for main, tuxedo-ed staff will be serving the finest Haggis, Neeps and Tatties; and, for dessert, a bowlful of heather honey and whisky-spiked, raspberry-laden Cranachan.
After dinner, retreat to the bar and if you wish, imbibe with the Bar team’s special cocktail the Kilmarnock. This favorite combines Singleton twelve-year-old Single Malt Whisky with Cocchi Barolo Chinato, Maple Syrup and Benedictine – served in a chilled coupe glass rinsed with absinthe.
Renowned for its spectacular art deco interior, classic European style food and seamless service, The Wolseley has earned its reputation as one of London's most respected all-day café-restaurants [including daily afternoon high tea, becoming an iconic institution from London to San Diego.
The following is a review of one dinner at the Wolseley by Eva Piskadlo (pictured). CLICK HERE.