Three Courses of British-Indian Fusion Cuisine For Two (£28.95) or Four (£57.90) With Sparkling Wine at The Colonial Pavilion (Up to 64% Off)
- Brand new British and Indian fusion restaurant
- Collaboration between Redcliffe Catering and Itihaas restaurant
- Set in Botanical Gardens with views of Main Lawn
- Starter, main and dessert each
- Starters include duck samosas and masala salmon salad
- Mains include chicken makhani and pan-fried sea bass
- Naan bread and butter pudding and cinnamon doughnuts among desserts
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Tue-Fri 6.30pm-11pm only. Valid for starter, main course, and dessert each. Steak main course will incur a £4 surcharge. Must be aged 18 or older with valid ID for sparkling wine or other alcohol. Excludes service charge. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 14 May 2012 at 9.27am.
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The early bird not only catches the worm, but also has time to prepare the spices and marinade it before lunchtime. Feed peckish curiosities with today's Groupon from The Colonial Pavilion. Choose from the following options:• £28.95 for a three course British-Indian fusion meal for two with a glass of sparkling wine on arrival (Up to 64% off)
• £57.90 for a three course British-Indian fusion meal for four with a glass of sparkling wine on arrival (Up to 64% off)
Overlooking the enchanting greenery of the Botanical Gardens, The Colonial Pavilion is a brand new fusion restaurant which marries together British and Indian flavours to make for a unique dining experience. Set in sophisticated confines, the eatery’s signature dishes include the likes of Masala-marinated cod and chips and pan-fried sea bass infused with cardamom.
After kicking off a with a glass of sparkling wine (£4.90), British banquets – with a strictly sub-continental twist – may lead the way with the two-day cured salmon dressed in mustard seeds, dill, and coriander and served with a mint, cucumber and tomato salad (£8.75). The main event could be made up of the slow-cooked lamb shanks with a rogan josh jus, Parmesan mash, and roasted carrots (£19.95) or the pan-fried sea bass infused with cardamom and fennel with spinach risotto and roasted cherry tomatoes (£17.95). To finish taste buds will be sweetened with a dessert such as the Jaipur mess with meringues, ras malai, cream, and raspberries (£6.95).