Up to 64% Off Modern British Fare at d'Arry's
- Modern British restaurant with Asian twist
- Extensive wine list created by D’Arenberg
- Wine carefully matched to food menu
- £10 for £25 Worth for two
- £15 for £40 Worth for three
- £20 for £55 Worth for four Seasonal menu
- Uses local suppliers wherever possible
- Vegetarian options available
Limit 1 per 2, 3 or 4 people. Limit 2 Groupons per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid on option purchased only. Valid midday-3pm Sun-Fri and 5.30pm-10pm Sun-Thu. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Must be 18 and older to drink alcohol. Valid for food only. Service charge not included. Cost incurred over voucher price must be paid in full. Original values verified 2 May 2012 at 5pm.
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As the old proverb warns, it can be foolish to bite the hand that feeds you, especially if that hand is your own hand and the food is still on the plate. Give fangs for today's Groupon at d’Arry’s. Choose from the following options:• £10 for £25 worth of modern British food for two (Up to 60% off)
• £15 for £40 worth of modern British food for three (Up to 63% off)
• £20 for £55 worth of modern British food for four (Up to 64% off)
Award-winning head chef Patrick Moore and D’Arenberg winemaker Chester Osborn have collaborated to create a modern restaurant and bar serving crafted contemporary British food. With a flash of Asian influence and accompanying cabal of global wines, the chefs use the best local suppliers wherever possible and keep to a seasonal menu. Their selection is crafted from what has been delivered fresh, with sustainable seafood delivered daily, while Chester sees that each main course is carefully matched to a glass of vino.
Serving both light lunches and hearty dinners, d’Arry’s offers guests the chance to enjoy some of their favourite bits of the menu. Featured are an array of small bites like the smoked paprika potato skins (£6.95) and deep-fried whitebait (£6.50), as well as more filling dishes like a wild mushroom, truffle and goats’ cheese linguine (£12.95) and a confit chicken leg (£11.95).
d’Arry’s was awarded a tasty score of 4.5/5 by Google, and 4/5 courtesy of Qype users. Visitors were keen to praise the restaurant’s atmosphere and attentive service, though special mentions went to the modern cuisine itself.
We usually have the first round table up the steps inside which is fantastic for a night out with friends. D'Arry's has a great feel about it - not too dark, not too light. It's nicely spaced out and I am a particular fan of the Sunday evening live music sessions.
– Della S, TripAdvisor, Mar 2012
Friendly staff, great atmosphere and some of the very best food I've tasted. The desserts, in particular, have astounded me on several occasions -- a little chopped mint in a banoffee pie? pear sorbet drizzled in white wine? Inspired!
– Andrew, Google, Apr 2012