Two Course Traditional Pub Fare With a Drink Each For Two (£17) Or Four (£34) at The Haywain (Up To 60% Off)
- 18th century village inn
- Homecooked food with range of vegetarian options
- Tendring CAMRA Pub of the Year 2009 and 2010
- In the Good Beer Guide 2010 and 2011
Groupon valid for 2 or 4 people, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Wed-Sat midday-2pm; 6pm-9pm only. Not valid December or Burns Night (25 January 2012). Valid for starter and main, or main and dessert, plus house wine or pint of beer only. Original value based on most expensive menu options. Must be 18 or over with valid ID for alcohol. Steak incurs £5 surcharge. Kronenbourg pint incurs 50p surcharge. Valid only on option purchased.
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Food was invented to stop people born with silver spoons in their mouths from eating family heirlooms. Put expensive taste to better use with today’s Groupon at The Haywain. Choose from the following options:• £17 for two course traditional pub fare plus beer or wine for two (Up to £43 value)
• £34 for two course traditional pub fare plus beer or wine for four (Up to £86 value)
Charming the residents of Little Bromley with real ales and home cooked pub grub, The Haywain is a traditional 18th century village inn steeped in character. Reopened in 2007, the oak beamed auberge coddles customers with two open fires and an abundant array of local tipples saluted by the Good Beer Guide. Winner of the Tendring CAMRA Pub of the Year 2009 and 2010, the champs serve up and array of appetite appeasing meals including seafood and vegetarian options.
While supping a pint of beer or a glass of house wine each (£4), patrons can choose from starters such as filo king prawns with sweet chill dip (£5.50) or garlic breaded mushrooms (£5.50). Mains include slow-cooked lambshank served with chips, peas or vegetables (£10.50), poached seabass fillet with garlic butter (£10.50) and nut roast with apricot and goats cheese, coupled with vegetables or chips. Diners can finish off with dessert of lemon tart (£4.95) or a cheeseboard selection of stilton, brie and red Leicester (£7).