The haggis was served with neeps and tatties, so I guess it may be somewhat authentic. Liver is fine - dont know about the assholes.
I guess the broader musical issue is - whether in the face of all this authentic scottishness we should make an effort to have our music have at least a slight scottish shading (which would take a bit of work) or whether, since both the audience and the management seemed happy with our normal non Scottish music, we should just stick to what we know? I just felt a bit odd playing Ozark fiddle tunes with waiters in kilts serving haggis. I'm sure many of you have encountered much stranger situations.