BURNS Night is officially upon us with many people expected to come together and celebrate the renowned poet.

Taking place on January 25 each year on Burns' birthday, the day is traditionally marked with a combination of haggis, neeps and tatties, the reciting of poetry and a warming dram. 

This year, restaurant Rosa's Thai have taken their signature chilli and basil pad kra prow and given it a limited edition Scottish twist for Burns Night. 

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Priced at £12 the spicy wok fried dish, which features Thai basil, onions, and green beans, has been paired with a flavourful haggis in honour of the Bard and will be available this weekend. 

I am a fan of haggis but I would say the most adventurous way I'd eaten it up until this point had been deep fried from the chip shop so when I was asked I was keen to give this a try. 

I wasn't sure what to expect but this was a really tasty dish and I found all the flavours went well together. 

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The haggis had a strong flavour so it wasn't overpowered by the onions and chilli, even though there was plenty of the latter. 

The stir fry is very filling so this is more than enough on its own but it paired well with a bowl of coconut rice if you were looking to enjoy it with a side, and it also comes with a crispy pastry pancake which was perfect for scooping the haggis up. 

This is a spicy dish so it's not for everyone but its a delicious option if you're looking for something more exotic than the traditional Burns supper this year and would still pair nicely with a whisky. 

The haggis chilli and basil stir-fry will be available at Rosa's Thai in Glasgow and Edinburgh from Thursday, January 25 until Tuesday, January 30 and costs £12.

Rosa's Thai is located at 41-43 West Nile Street.