Two Course Meal for Two (£18.50) or Four (£37) With Liqueur Coffee at The Chalice (Up to 61% Off)
- Contemporary British and European cuisine
- Family-run restaurant
- Dickens Heath location
- Choice of à la carte menu starters, mains, and desserts
- For lunch or dinner services
- Gluten free options available
- Starters include smoked salmon
- Caeser salad
- Chargrilled pork cutlet among main course options
- Al fresco dining available
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. Limit 4 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid midday-2.30pm and 5.30pm-9.30pm Wed-Sat. Limited availability Fri and Sat. Menu subject to change. Surcharges will apply for cheese starters. Service charge not included. Original price based on most expensive options. Valid for option purchased only. Offer not open for steak dish.
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While many eateries charge for table service, chairs remain unpaid despite being on their legs all night. Furnish your taste buds with today’s Groupon from The Chalice. Choose from the following options:• £18.50 for a two course meal for two with liqueur coffee (Up to 61% off)
• £37 for a two course meal for four with liqueur coffee (Up to 61% off)
Coupling robust cuisine with the intimacy of a village bar, these restaurateurs plate up a colourful mixture of British and European fare for discerning à la carte diners of all tastes. The Chalice team complements its richly varied menu with tapas and traditional cream teas, as well as nifty gluten-free options to delight those with dietry requirements. In the adjoining bar, the publicans offset an informal atmosphere with live sport coverage, while outdoor seating provides a little fresh air for al fresco epicures.
Settling down for lunch or dinner, customers can tickle their palates with starters including crispy Cajun tempura fish goujon (£6.25) and Malay chicken (£6.50) served on roasted pepper bulgur. The main course will silence grumbly stomachs with delights that include baked Cornish cod fillet (£11.95) and tartar potatoes, or a vegetable biyaldi (£10.95) of aubergine, stuffed with tomato Provençale. Sweet-toothed types may wish to opt for a citrus and thyme posset (£3.95) dessert, or perhaps a chocolate tart and cherry compote (£3.95), before a coffee liqueur each brings the meal to refined finish.
The full menu can be found here.