First Burns Night Supper was well received at La Sala Puerto Banús
On Friday the 25th January a very special event to celebrate the birthday of Scotland’s greatest poet Robert Burns took place in the popular Marbella venue.
La Sala Puerto Banús prepared a traditional four course Scottish supper in their intimate Live Lounge. The event saw guests arriving from 7.30pm dressed in traditional Scottish kilts as they were piped into the room.
The menu showcased dishes including Oak Smoked Scottish Salmon, Haggis Neeps & Tatties, Fillet of Beef with a Drambuie Sauce, Sticky Toffee Pudding and a wee dram of Malt Whisky.
A full array of entertainment brought the evening to life including a bagpiper, Scottish songs throughout by Mark Connor and the star of the show Jimmy Smith as the speaker who recited ‘Selkirk Grace’ as well as the ‘Address to the Haggis’ amongst others.
Robert Burns was a Scottish poet and lyricist which was born on January 25th, 1759 in Ayrshire, Scotland. Burns Night, also known as Burns Supper, is a holiday celebrated in Scotland on January 25th to remember the famous poet Robert Burns.
The Live Lounge in La Sala Puerto Banús is the room where the stage truly comes alive! You can sit back and enjoy tribute performances from the likes of The Jersey Boys, Abba, Tom Jones and Dolly Parton to name but a few. The space is also widely used for one off private functions, charity events and comedy evenings.