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Last call for the 'Chieftain of the Pudding Race'

This coming Thursday is Burn's Night when we of (partial) Scottish origin celebrate the great people's poet by eating haggis and nips as well as some more elegant Scottish dishes. It's difficult to find a piper in Devon so we can't offer the full piping ceremony but we can offer great food, good company and a dram or two of the amber nectar to help it down.



As a direct descendant of the another Scottish people's poet, the Ettrick Shephard, James Hogg, I have sometimes wondered why Burn's Night and no Hogg Night, but then I must confess, Burn's poetry is far more accomplished than Hogg's. However to compensate and in recognition of our present berth in the heart of Devon we though we should add hog's pudding to the menu for this special dinner. It is after all sometimes called West Country Haggis.




There are places available so please book on line as usual by following this link

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