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WINTER DINING CLUB

Scotland’s most charismatic private venue, Borthwick Castle, lays down its drawbridge and welcomes you and your guests to an exceptional evening of Winter Dining.
 

Saturday February 23rd, 2019

Our award winning Roux-trained chef, Derek Johnstone, has prepared
five beautiful courses using the very best of Scottish produce,
favouring ingredients of the season.

Alongside our distinguished welcome cocktails and the exquisite wine pairings,
our menu promises to be an occasion of culinary and social delight
in one of Europe’s premier castle keeps.
 

The evening begins in the sumptuous State Room with a choice of one of the
elegant Borthwick cocktails. Afterwards, descend into the splendid
Great Hall for dining and exquisitely paired wines.

WINTER DINING CLUB

FIVE COURSE MENU - £115

Amuse Bouche 
Oyster Rockefeller


Starter
Warm Duck Pancake
with seared foie gras, macerated grapes & cinnamon


Main Course
Seared Pave of Wild Halibut
with smoked salmon and horseradish raviolo,
salted cucumber & fresh herbs


Cheese course 
The Minger
apple, grapes & walnut granola


Dessert  
Sticky Toffee Pudding
with lemon curd, clotted cream ice cream & candied pecan nuts


Miscellany of chef’s petits fours, served with
Borthwick-selected tea and coffee

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Bedchambers will be available for £750 which includes the Dining Club dinner
for two* with traditional Scottish breakfast in the Great Hall the following morning.

* Excludes wine. 

WINE FLIGHT

£45

This wine flight has been paired to complement each seasonal course and provides the opportunity to discover, compare and contrast these
International offerings

 

Amuse

Macabeo, Bodegas La Purisma,
Yecla, Spain

Starter

Gewurztraminer Les Elements,
Alsace, France

Main

Mercurey 1er Cru “Sazeney” Tupinier Beautista

Cheese

Maury Rouge, Domaine Fontanel, France

Dessert

Riesling “Spatlese” Sybille Kuntz, Mosel

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