Nick Nairn talks Burns Night and Haggis as he joins Cunard’s British Isles Culinary Discovery

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Nick Nairn, Publicity Images. At The Cook School at Port of Menteith, Stirlingshire. Pictures by Ashley Coombes / Epicscotland 5/05/2010. 07887 676 002

As one of the most celebrated events in the Scottish calendar, Burns Night, rapidly approaches Cunard is pleased to announce one of Scotland’s most respected chefs, Nick Nairn will join guests on board the first British Isles Culinary Discovery later this year.

The 12-night cruise on board Queen Elizabeth (23 June – 5 July) will explore the regional delicacies in and around the British Isles including England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, whilst celebrating Cunard’s exquisite cuisine and White Star service. Joining Nick during the 12-night cruise will be experts from the world of gastronomy, is Charles Sichel of Maison Sichel, the first merchant and producer in Bordeaux to build its own winery in 1967, and Jilly Goolden, English Wine Critic and UK television personality. Together with Cunard’s on board expert chefs and sommeliers, guests will be treated to unique talks, food demonstrations and exclusive dinners showcasing carefully selected food and wine pairings.
British Isles Culinary Discovery – enjoy a Britannia Balcony Stateroom for £1,999 pp when booked with a Cunard Fare before 29 February 2016, the same price as an Inside Stateroom as part of the ‘Upgrade on Us’ campaign. For the full itinerary and prices, visit www.cunard.co.uk/cruise-types/event-cruises/#culinary

 

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