“South Place Hotel might be among the dour streets of the City but it provides a vibrant place to stay, with specks of colour among monochrome interiors and a little quirk (keep eyes peeled for a mannequin rocking a mohawk). This sense of fun reverberates throughout the hotel’s Burns Night celebrations. Of course there’s whisky, but this Scottish feast – cock-a-leekie soup, haggis and cranachan cheesecake – is paired with beers from Harviestoun Brewery, based in Clackmannanshire. End the meal with a glass of Ola Dubh (Gaelic for ‘black oil’) and get ready for a jolly singalong to Auld Lang Syne.
Three courses for £30 with optional beer flight for £12”
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