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'Tis Burns night all week at Wetherspoons, from 23rd January to 27th January. Noticed signs on our local, and the haggis is fantastic for both taste and value. Wetherspons is not anything other cheap reasonable pub grub, but I was very suprised at the quality of this dish at our local! the price, I believe, can vary dependant on where you are, but slightly above or below the £4.99 mark, it isnt bad for something a bit different!

Their site says:

Scotland’s best-loved bard is honoured all over the land on his birthday; at Wetherspoon, you can enjoy a true taste of Scotland at our Burns’ Week celebration.

This year, as well as the traditional haggis, neeps & tatties, you can also enjoy our ever-popular 28-day-matured 10oz rib-eye steak, with a Scottish twist – haggis and Laphroaig sauce. You can wash it all down with a pint of Caledonian 80/- or a glass of Talisker smooth malt whisky.

Reciting Robbie’s poems is entirely optional!

Promotion begins:
23rd January 2012

Promotion finishes:
27th January 2012

Days available:
All week!

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Selected venues - check for details locally.
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tek-monkey#1
Its £3.99 in Stafford!

And this is a bloody steal, the pint you get with it is worth £3ish so dinner for a quid. I may be going in for lunch later this week, although have a proper burns night to attend first :D
paolo 1 Like #2
whatsThePoint
wheres the deal. "meat" doen't come much cheaper than haggis


I don't know...
Bovine, Ovine, Porcine and Equine scrotum has shot up in price recently!
Neiliboy 1 Like #3
we've recently started going quite regularly go for Sunday Lunch at Wetherspoons in Cambridge. I think they've put alot of recent effort into the quality of their food and its really gone up in my estimation. The service is also very good too.
thewildknightbanned 2 Likes #4
Eating crappy Scottish food in a crappy Weatherspoons? Mmmmm, yes please!
imdurc 6 Likes #5
thewildknight
Eating crappy Scottish food in a crappy Weatherspoons? Mmmmm, yes please!

Pfff...loser!
mminghella#6
Laphroaig sauce on a steak! Mmmmmmmmmmm. Heat for that alone!
aibon#7
Not exactly gonna have people breaking down the door to get in with this deal. COLD as scotland for me
bones23#8
Anyone know how much the steak offer is please?

The haggis offer is £4.99 in my local, but we're gonna attempt our own!

Edited By: bones23 on Jan 24, 2012 14:42
batistawhc 6 Likes #9
thewildknight
Eating crappy Scottish food in a crappy Weatherspoons? Mmmmm, yes please!

Guessing you have never even tried to eat Haggis.... typical really, its like people saying its horrible without tasting it.
Moozalic

Noone would want to pretend to be Scottish for one night, never mind a whole week!

We dont need people to pretend they are Scottish, people WISH they were ;) (ahh, its good to be a Scot!)
mk7fiesta#10
and why would ppl wanna pretend to be scotish for. see halls are doing a trad scot breakfast pack as well square sausages fruity white pudding black pudding and wee ENGLISH sausages lol.
tek-monkey 1 Like #11
Well people like pretending to be alcoholic tramps on St Paddys day, so they must really hate Scotland to ignore Burns Night!
airdsuk 1 Like #12
Don't bite lads or humour him - he's just living up to the typical stereotype .......

Slainte mhath, especially with that Caley 80/-

Edited By: airdsuk on Jan 24, 2012 15:33
cambourne03 5 Likes #13
Moozalic
No, its not like St. Patricks day where everyone pretends to be Irish or celebrates the smallest amount of Irish heritage they have.
No one would want to pretend to be Scottish for one night, never mind a whole week!


I am proud to be Scottish and am glad I am not an ignorant English AH like you.
ovenables#14
Haggis is ok. For 4.99 for a meal with a pint it's always a deal. If you don't like Haggis don't vote.

Oh and the talisker is about 2.40 a measure which is good value for a very nive single malt.
dxx 1 Like #15
Interesting, 16 posts into a thread about something Scottish and no-one's mentioned uni fees yet.
djdave01#16
Haggis, while not exactly healthy, is great stuff. I love it on a roll (with salad cream) or stuffed into a chicken breast (balmoral chicken) with a whisky or peppercorn sauce.

This is making me fancy a haggis roll for breakfast tomorrow, yum lol
tek-monkey#17
tek-monkey
Its £3.99 in Stafford!


Damnit, went past today and says £4.99 now! I have a photo of it at £3.99, wonder if they'll honour it :D
notken#18
I know it might be sacrilege but does anyone know if Wetherspoons is offering a vegetarian haggis this week? The veggie haggis in Tesco is very nice, but for those of us who fancy a beer and can't be bothered to cook...
cuckoo99 3 Likes #19
Have you ever thought why no one ever celebrates being English. Because they are not worth celebrating perhaps . The whole world loves scotland and its people not so England and the racist comments on here show you why.
cuckoo99#20
whatsThePoint
wheres the deal. "meat" doen't come much cheaper than haggis

Where do you buy haggis?

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