Every year Scottish people around the world celebrate famous Scots poet Robbie Burns on his birthday on 25 January with a Burns Night supper.
These normally are held on or near the poet's birthday and they traditionally involve Haggis - a traditional Scottish dish celebrated by Burns in his poem “Address to a Haggis”.
It turns out that it’s a great tasting ingredient in Indian cooking - so this Burns Night weekend (25-26 January), we've added 3 delicious Haggis dishes to our menu.
What is Haggis?
Simply lamb, beef, oats, onions and spices, nothing more, nothing less. Haggis is basically an oaty, spicy mince and a great source of iron, fibre and carbohydrate with no artificial colours, flavourings or preservatives.
Where's it from?
The haggis we are using is from MacSweens - a third generation family firm, passionate about making great-tasting foods. They start with the best ingredients and their family recipe, which is virtually unchanged in 60 years.
Don't delay - book now to ensure you get the chance to enjoy!
Friday & Saturday's are our busiest times - booking is highly recommended. You can do this online or by giving us a call on 01634 261100
Spice Fusion - Deanwood Drive, Parkwood, Rainham, Kent. ME8 9LH
INDIAN RESTAURANT & BAR, HOME DELIVERY AND COLLECTION
OPEN FROM 5.30pm EVERY EVENING
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