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Burns Night Celebrations at Browns Oxford

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Wednesday 25th January sees the annual celebration of the Bard Robert Burns, and Browns have created three courses of traditional Scottish specials to mark the occasion.

Enjoy a hearty Burns Night supper with Scottish Mussels, Haggis, Neeps & Tatties and an irresistible Cranachan, each perfectly paired with a wonderful Glenfiddich whisky.

Burns Night menu is only available on Wednesday 25th January.

Keep an eye on their website for the revelation of the finalised menu.

25 January

browns-restaurants.co.uk

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