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Some hae meat, and canna eat,
And some wad eat that want it;
But we hae meat and we can eat,
And sae the Lord be thankit.*

Come to Turnbulls on Thursday 25th January for our Burns week delights



Enter our draw for free brunches for yourself and a partner by correctly answering five questions on Robert Burns at Turnbulls next Thursday 25th – starting with traditional cock-a-leekie soup, followed by a delicious Isle of Mull cheddar and bittersweet-orange toasted sandwich, winding up with a generous helping of Cranachan cake, our version of the classic Scottish dessert, topped off with a healthy dollop of Dorset clotted cream.

For the cheese connoisseur we’re also offering (from today) Caboc cream cheese, reputedly one of the oldest in Scotland – beautiful spread thickly over toasted sourdough or crusty baguette. There’s also perfectly aged sheep’s-milk Lanark Blue (above), now at its pungent best before the ewes’ spring milk makes it lighter and sweeter; try it with Tracklements spiced plum chutney or Bramley & Gage vermouth.

Sharp creamy Isle of Mull cheddar is also perfect with a fruity pickle or just melted over your crumpets. All this is available throughout Burns week at Turnbulls, as well as our usual menu.

Award-winning smoked salmon from the Isle of Lewis is the perfect starter for a Burns Night supper and is available online for home delivery or collection at Turnbulls.

*The Selkirk Grace (attributed to Burns).