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Night is coming up on Saturday the 25th of January but you’d be a fool to restrict yourself to only one night of celebration. Especially once you hear about the smoking hot supper club that West London’s Princess Victoria have planned.

On Thursday the 23rd, the gin palace turned gastropub is hosting an ‘Ashes, Smokes and Burns’ evening where you can eat, drink and set things on fire….ok you can’t set anything on fire, but you can definitely do the other two.

The three-course set menu consists of all your favourite Scottish dishes including haggis, neeps and tatties and cranachan and has been put together by head chef Matt Reuther, formerly of No 1 Lombard St and the three-Michelin starred Oak Room.

Given the Princess Victoria comes from the same team who brought you the Newman Street Taven, this is guaranteed to be a night to remember (or not, if you get into the accompanying whiskies) And for only £30, you’d be flaming mad to miss it!

Princess Victoria, 217 Uxbridge Rd, London W12 9DH