Burns Hootenanny at the Biscuit Factory

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27th January 2017 @ 18:00 – 28th January 2017 @ 00:00 Europe/London Timezone
The Biscuit Factory
100 Clements Rd
London SE16
£21.59 – £44.80


Burns Hootenanny at the Biscuit Factory. For two magical nights, KERB and Monkey Shoulder will be transforming a former warehouse at The Biscuit Factory into a humdinger of a Clubhoos to celebrate the great Rabbie Burns.

Street food creations from five Scottish traders, carefully hand picked by KERB, whisky den, cocktails galore, huge live electric Ceilidh, dancing, addressing of the haggis, Highland themed games, poetry slam corner + more.

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Street Food Traders

The Wild Game Co

Haggis Scotch eggs, Haggis Mac n Cheese, Haggis Pops (veggie)

Read more about The Wild Game Co,

The Wild Game Co. began life on the glorious 12th of August 2010. Founded by Scotsman Andy Waugh, the company is all about the meat – wild game and venison sourced from Andy’s family in the Highlands.

The Wild Game Co. chefs are an energetic and innovative team, selling raw produce and award-winning burgers across London’s markets; plating up fine-dining creations at their pop up restaurants; and delivering full-service feasts at private events.

What’s it all about? Celebrating Scottish produce; enjoying the fantastic food that’s right on our doorstep (especially the wild stuff). And being at the forefront of a game revolution.

The Wild Game Co. is now one of the Evening Standard’s Top 5 Places to Eat Game in London, the winner of the Young British Foodies Street Food Award 2012-2013, and was a shortlisted finalist for the BBC’s Food and Farming Awards 2012.

Our meat is not just wild or from ‘somewhere’ up North, we can tell you exactly who shot it and where. We will continue to serve top quality produce – fresh from the Highlands – and we hope you enjoy it!


Slow cooked venison tacos (with spicy salsa and whisky crème fraiche), the famed Macbeth Toastie (Haggis, cheddar, caramelised onion, rocket & mustard), Lady Macbeth Toastie (veggie), cheesy chips with smoked bacon + whisky mayo

Read more about the Deeney's

Deeney’s was founded in the Summer of 2012 by Paddy and Carol. Carol was born and bred in a Scottish café and has spent her whole life cooking tasty food for the people www.deeneys.comaround her. So she packed in the 9 to 5 office life and now does what she loves, full time.

It all started on the markets in London where the ‘Macbeth’ haggis toastie built up a cult following across town. Deeney’s is now a mainstay on London’s most famous food markets including a weekly Saturday slot at Broadway Market in Hackney. Check Twitter for weekly market locations.

In October 2015 the time came for Deeney’s to set up a permanent home and Deeney’s Café in Leyton was opened! The famous haggis toastie is on offer alongside a healthy selection of breakfast dishes, soup, salads and cakes. The 20-seater café is warm and welcoming, for a catch up with pals or a quick bit to eat. Stop by sometime and say hiya!

We can also cater for any event, with an array of different catering menus available with our signature Scottish Flavour. Whether you’re marrying a Scotsman, celebrating a birthday or just having a general knees up, give us a shout and we’ll get some lovely menus together and create something ideal for your event!

Ghetto Grillz 

Venison patty with smoked baconnaise, Monkey Shoulder BBQ sauce, Mull of Kintyre Cheddar, Haggis crackles & rocket; loaded Neep & Tattie Fries with Haggis crackles. (Veggie available).

Read more about the Ghetto Grillz

Ghetto GrillzStarting off a street food stall in the West Yard in Camden Market, these guys are now so popular, they’ve got an eat-in diner here too. Cooking up all the best things in life and then adding an extra layer of cheese on top, Ghetto Grillz offers a selection of gooey grilled sandwiches, juicy burgers, breakfast bagels and wraps. The salt beef Reuben is the main event, a New York favourite in a squishy Brick Lane bagel.

Oyster Boy

Fresh Cumbrae Rock and Loch ryan native oysters with Tabasco or whisky dressing

Read more about the Oyster Boy

a boy who shucks and sells oysters in markets around LDN. Available for events, parties and weddings. If you you need a shucker, I’m your Oyster Boy.

Nonna’s Gelato

‘Build your own’ whisky sundaes: ‘The Cranachan’ + ‘The Bramble’ plus enjoy Burns Hootenanny Menu for the Biscuit Factory weekend with these Whisky Sundaes:

  • The Cranachan – Raspberry Sorbet & Honey Cream Gelato with a Whiskey Oatmeal crumble
  • The Bramble – Pear & Whisky Caramel Gelato & Milk Thistle Gelato with a Shortbread Wafer

Read more about the Nonna's Gelato

Nonna’s GelatoHomemade, artisan gelato and sorbet served in either a tub or waffle cone.
Flavours are constantly changing with the seasons but some of the most popular, all year round flavours include:
– Salted Toffee Apple
– Five Points Porter & Dark Chocolate Ripple
– Award winning Kentish Cobnut
– Dark Chocolate Sorbet with Sicilian Blood Orange Marmalade

Currently in the process of developing a new addition to our menu – gelato filled cannoli! Keep your eyes peeled!
Whisky Sundaes:

The Cranachan – Raspberry Sorbet & Honey Cream Gelato with a Whiskey Oatmeal crumble

The Bramble – Pear & Whisky Caramel Gelato & Milk Thistle Gelato with a Shortbread Wafer


Lazy Old Fashioned from the Monkey Shoulder bar, four Scottish KERB cocktails, great wine + local craft beers.

Live Music

“Monster Ceilidh Band” (Teesside fiddler and accordion maestro meet dub-heavy electric bass)  plus live DJs before and after.


Highland Themed Games

Feat. Corn-hole, “human sheep shearing” and Donald Trump’s crazy golf course.

Friday 27 & Saturday 28 January
The Biscuit Factory, SE16 4DG


TIER 1 – £20 + booking fee (Includes entry + a Monkey Shoulder Lazy Old Fashioned cocktail)
TIER 2 – £42 + booking fee (Includes entry, a dish from every trader + a Monkey Shoulder Lazy Old Fashioned cocktail)
(This event is for over 18’s only)


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