Three Course Modern European Meal For Two (£23) or Four (£45) at Tonic (Up to 60% Off)
- Cocktail bar and restaurant
- British and European cuisine
- Near Edinburgh rail station
- Starter, main, and dessert each
- Starters include: pork and thyme patties and mushroom polenta cakes
- Mains include: seared red mullet, roast butternut squash risotto and Innis & Gunn beer battered fish and chips
- Chef’s dessert of the day
- 30% off all cocktails and drinks
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Must present printed Groupon voucher on arrival. Valid Wed-Sat midday-8pm (last orders 7.45pm). Valid for starter, main course, and dessert each. Excludes drinks and service charge. Must be 18 or older with valid ID. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 20 April 2012 at 12.44pm.
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Cocktail bars should not be confused with Cocktale bars, which can be rather overrun with chicken literature. Book in for some good food with today's Groupon from Tonic. Choose from the following options:• £23 for a three course modern European meal for two (Up to 59% off)
• £45 for a three course modern European meal for four (Up to 60% off)
Turning off from Edinburgh’s stylish George Street, city-dwellers come face-to-face with Tonic, an independent cocktail lounge and restaurant that has been serving up eclectic fare for over a decade. The eatery’s menu displays a diverse blend of British and European cuisine, with offerings including aromatic seafood, tender cuts of meat, and velvety-rich risotto dishes. The establishment is shaken – but not stirred – with a bar spread of classic cocktails, such as Martini, Woo Woos, and Daiquiris.
Feasts could begin with pork and thyme patties with a tomato and coriander yoghurt dressing (£7.95) or mushroom polenta cakes with home-made pesto and mixed leaves (£6.95). Main courses may come in the shape of the seared red mullet with Parmesan risotto and a warm gazpacho sauce (£14.95), or the oven-baked camembert with sweet onion marmalade (£8). Taste buds will then be suitably sweetened with the chef’s home-made dessert of the day (£5), and diners can further the nights festivities with 30% off the extensive cocktail and drinks menu.
A full menu can be found here.
A real good place to visit on a Thursday or Monday evening when they have a speakeasy and live music.. Although I’ve been at the weekend for tapas and their resisdent [sic] DJ and had just a good a time!! Food was pretty awesome too… Recommend.
– foodie500, Qype, Aug 2011
The staff are friendly and attentive, and if you don't know what to choose they'll ask a few things that you like and will concuct [sic] something amazing.
– jemmaporter, Qype, Feb 2011