These Scottish businesses are offering restaurant quality meals for Hogmanay at home

Hogmanay will be a little different this year for many, with no street parties or celebratory meals at restaurants with friends and family.

Published 22nd Dec 2020
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

With this in mind some of Scotland’s top chefs and restaurant businesses have prepared Hogmanay meal kits to ensure that you can still have a special celebration at home.

The Loveable Rogue

(333 Great Western Rd, Glasgow G4 9HS)

hogmanay at home

The team at one of Glasgow's newest restaurants are inviting diners to start 2021 in style with two options for a Hogmanay at home.

First up, there's the Loveable Rogue's delicious Beef Wellington wrapped in prosciutto and mushroom duxelle - available for two or four - or the classic New Year’s day sharing pie for four.

Customers can choose from ox cheek, chicken and mushroom, vegetarian or fish and prices are from £25.

Orders close 24th December at 10pm with deliveries or collections on 31 December.

For more information and to order, visit their website.

Five March

(140 Elderslie St, Glasgow G3 7QF)

Glasgow's Five March offers a small but well curated menu of seasonal dishes,which are now available to enjoy at home including at new year.

The restaurant's Hogmanay at home menu is six course and includes: Cote de boeuf, cafe du paris butter, port jus, 12 split langoustines, greens, chilli, garlic, lime, basil, avocado and Tiramisu, coffee, mascarpone, chocolate.

Old Course Hotel launches West Deck - a new rooftop bar and restaurant with dining pods

A wee dram of Bruichladdich’s Classic Laddie is also included with the cheese, chutney, oatcakes but for more drinks, customers can order at bottle of Le Large-Pugeot, Brut le Cru Champagne for £48 and Negroni for two and an old fashioned for two, both £12.

The menu is for two and priced at £120 - more information can be found here.

Quality Meat Scotland and Thyme 2 Dine

Quality Meat Scotland (QMS) has teamed up with Glasgow-based Thyme 2 Dine to launch a limited-edition Scotch Beef Hogmanay restaurant quality delivery meal box.

The special box has been carefully curated by Thyme 2 Dine head chef and co-founder Peter Carey who has combined locally sourced Scottish ingredients and restaurant quality cooking into a parcel delivered straight to front doors to be enjoyed in the comfort of home.

Grassmarket Craft Beer Festival: Date, tickets and what beers are on offer - including Cold Town, Barney’s and Moonwake Beer Co

The Hogmanay menu’s main (and stand out star) is a Scotch Beef steak and dark Harviestoun ale pie with pancetta sauce.

The individual pies are accompanied by a selection of sides including smoked garlic mash, pea puree, tender stem broccoli in almond butter and cider braised red cabbage.

Before the main event, diners can enjoy a wide selection of canapés featuring Scotch Beef Stovie bon bons with beetroot emulsion.

To round off the evening in style, the box contains a trio of desserts, a bottle of wine and a complimentary bottle of prosecco.

Lesley Cameron, Director of Marketing and Communications at QMS said: “Even though this Hogmanay is going to be very different from normal, I’m sure everyone across Scotland is more than ready to welcome the New Year and say goodbye to 2020.

Earth Day 2024: Scottish businesses offering sustainable spirits and drinks

"That’s why we are so pleased to be working with Thyme 2 Dine to deliver a Scotch Beef Hogmanay box to bring in 2021.

“There’s no need to miss out on a restaurant experience this Hogmanay with the tempting menu combining quality Scotch Beef with professional cooking, making it as much of a treat as being out in your favourite restaurant.”

The collaboration is a first for Thyme 2 Dine, which has been a runaway success story of lockdown through its popular offering.

It was a natural partnership for both brands as Peter and co-founder Lukas Krischke are both committed to only providing top quality ingredients, all sourced from local suppliers and businesses, within their restaurant boxes.

They commented: “We only started Thyme 2 Dine in August this year and we have been overwhelmed with all the support and success we have had so far.

"We are delighted to be partnering with Quality Meat Scotland to deliver the Scotch Beef Hogmanay box. After what everyone has been through this year, our customers can bring in 2021 in style!”

Prices for Thyme 2 Dine’s Scotch Beef Hogmanay Box start from £69.50 for a box for two and are available to order online now.

Epicures by Cail Bruich

(159 Hyndland Rd, Glasgow G12 9JA)

hogmany at home

The west end brunch spot is offering a four course Hogmanay at home meal with drinks for two, for £70.

On the menu there's smoked salmon, fennel, cucumber, dill and buttermilk served with rye bread, beef and bone marrow pie, served with creamed potatoes, red cabbage, roasted carrot and finally a clementine, quince, chocolate and sherry trifle.

The meal also includes whisky and white chocolate fudge and half a delamotte N/V champagne, and you can add a cheese course - Clootie dumpling, port soaked cashel blue, elderberry honey for £16.

Collection is on 31 December between 10am - 4pm.

Find out more and book here.

Wedgwood the Restaurant

(267 Canongate, Royal Mile, Edinburgh EH8 8BQ)

Wedgwood’s is one of the few independent restaurants in Scotland to offer free UK wide delivery of its Hogmanay boxes.

The four-course menu that has been designed to showcase locally sourced Scottish ingredients features: smoked salmon, caviar, avocado and goats cheese mousse, shaved radish, capers, watercress and wild mallard breast, truffled potato and celeriac dauphinois, kale, roast carrot, red wine jus.

The box comes with a bottle of Blanc de Blanc, ideal for a toast at midnight.

It is priced at £150 for two people and additional wine selections from the Wedgwood wine cellar will also be available to order.

The cut-off date for orders is 27 December, and delivery excludes the Highland and Islands, Channel Islands and Isle of Man.

To fine out more and order, please visit their website.

The Little Chartroom

(30 Albert Place, Edinburgh EH7 5HN)

Owned by the BBC’s Great British Menu finalist, Roberta Hall-McCarron and husband Shaun McCarron, The Little Chartroom is one of Edinburgh’s most exciting and well regarded restaurants.

As the restaurant remains closed until 2021, Roberta and the team have launched a five-course dinner with a half-bottle of champagne to begin and a bottle of wine.

The meal will feature Roberta’s venison tartare from Great British Menu and is priced at £185 for two.

All dishes have been designed to reheat at home and can be ordered here.

The restaurant delivers to Edinburgh postcodes only (EH1 - EH16) but collection is also available.

Cail Bruich

(725 Great Western Road, Glasgow G12 8QX)

hogmanay at home

Due to the success of its Christmas hampers, the popular Glasgow restaurant has launched a celebratory Hogmanay at home four course meal kit for two.

With Lorna McNee at the helm (previously at two Michelin starred Restaurant Andrew Fairlie and BBC’s Great British Menu’s Champion of Champions) the Hogmanay feast is a decadent affair.

Lorna has designed a menu using seasonal ingredients to create a fine dining experience at home, which includes sourdough bread and a half bottle of Delamotte Brut Champagne. It is priced from £100.

To add to the experience a Lobster thermidor dish available for £25 per person and a handpicked bottle of red wine, Domaine d'Andezon Côtes du Rhône Villages 2018 for £20.

The online shop is also stocked with Cail Bruich Gin, a bespoke hand-crafted gin in partnership with Garden Shed Drinks Company, using botanicals found in the Cail Bruich kitchen.

Delivery slots are now full but collection is still available from Cail Bruich Restaurant on the 30 and 31 December - collection times will be issued before, to allow for safe social distancing.

Scran season 2: A Christmas food and drink special - and helping the homeless with itison and Social Bite

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne, whisky and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind is the Food and Drink Editor and whisky writer for The Scotsman, as well as hosting Scran, The Scotsman's food and drink podcast.
Copyright ©2024 National World Publishing Ltd
Cookie SettingsTerms and ConditionsPrivacy Policy
crosschevron-down linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram