St Dwynwyn’s Day/ Burns Night at the Felin Fach Griffin

This just in from Julie, Manager at the Felin Fach Griffin and it looks to be a great night… We’re wondering what on earth Cullen Skink is, in fact we may need someone to translate the whole menu. Can anyone help?

The Felin Fach Griffin are hosting a joint Santes Dwynwens Day/ Burns Night Celebration on Wednesday 25th January. Banish those “January Blues” away with a great foodie night using a blend of the best Welsh and Scottish Traditions!

We will be celebrating with a Traditional Burns Night Feast but using the best of Welsh ingredients.

Please feel free to wear your family Tartan.  (Or smootch away to celebrate the Welsh Patron Saint of Lovers!)

We will be kicking off the evening at 7-7.15pm with a warming cocktail. Join us in front of our roaring fire to start off the evening in style.

The evening is priced at £26.50 per head to include pre dinner libations and coffee or tea to follow. All dietary requirements will be catered for, but please do let us know when booking!

 Cullen Skink


Venison Callops & Clapshot

Cauliflower Soup & White Pudding (can be made V)

Stovies & Horseradish


Rumbledethumps & Creamed Cabbage (V)

Haggis, Bashed Neeps ‘n Tatties

Finnian Haddie & Boiled Egg


Cranachan, Apples & Figs

Fattie Cutties & Marmalade

Black Bun & Whisky Ice Cream


Cafetiere Coffee or Tea


We do hope that you can join us at The Felin Fach Griffin on Wednesday 25th January.  To book your place call  01874 620 111

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4 Responses to St Dwynwyn’s Day/ Burns Night at the Felin Fach Griffin

  1. Grant says:

    Cullin skink is smoked haddock soup,creamy with potatoes etc in it:)

  2. Grant says:

    Stovies are traditionally fried veg and potatoes with beef or sometimes corned beef 🙂

  3. Grant says:

    Cranachan is made with whipped cream,Scottish raspberries,honey and toasted oatmeal :),sometimes whiskey or drambuie in it .

  4. Grant says:

    I think black bun is a rich fruit cake:) and never heard of fattie cut ties..sorry

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