Two Courses of British Seafood For Two (£18) or Four (£35) at Fish House (Up to 65% Off)
- Family-run restaurant
- Featured in the Good Food Guide 2012
- Elegant restaurant with white table cloths and outdoor patio
- Fresh British fish and veg
- Starter and main course each
- Starters include: mussels, and chunky fish soup
- Mains include: seared tuna, and sea bass fillet
- Non-fish dishes available
- Can be used for Sunday lunch
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Tue-Fri, midday-3pm and 6pm-10pm, Sun midday-3pm. Limited availability on Fri. Max. 8 people per table. Drinks not included. Scallop starter incurs £3 supplement. Not valid for lobster. Steak incurs £5 supplement. Ingredients are locally sourced where possible. Valid for à la carte menu only. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only.
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Before fishing was invented, angling involved casting lines to capture giant geometric shapes. Corner fine fish with today's Groupon from Fish House. Choose from the following options:• £18 for a two course meal of British seafood for two (Up to 64% off)
• £35 for a two course meal of British seafood for four (Up to 65% off)
Making a splash in the Good Food Guide 2012, the family-run Fish House refreshes palates with its colourful British seafood and vivacious, locally sourced vegetables. A classic menu is crafted by the nimble hands of the head chef who has cast his net around many years of experience in top restaurants. Journeying from the kitchen, fragrant dishes gently flow into the elegant restaurant and rest upon white table cloths, or trickle outwards into the tranquil terrace.
A two course meal can be relished on a weekday lunch or evening, or perhaps enjoyed for a lazy Sunday lunch. Starters include flavoursome options such as a bowl of mussels (£8), and chunky fish soup accompanied by aioli mayonnaise, gruyere cheese, and croutons (£7.50). The main menu makes culinary waves with options such as seared tuna served with new potatoes, green beans and prawns, and Caesar dressing (£16.95). Alternatively, meat-lovers may go for a non-fish dish such as pork cutlet adorned with roast parsnip mash, carrots, red wine jus, and apple compote (£13.50).
Things have gone swimmingly for the Fish House, as both diners and critics praised the fresh food and exceptional service. TripAdvisor users awarded the restaurant a tasty 4/5 stars, while the Yorkshire Post also commented favourably.
Nice place, nice people and food that was damn near text-book perfect under all that Saturday night pressure.
– Yorkshire Post, February 2011
Had a lovely meal here recently. We got fresh bread and butter and a choice of canapes [sic] on arrival. Followed by very delicious food. Try the fish soup, it had big chunks of fish and prawns in a lovely strong fish broth, served with croutons, alioli and cheese - yum. The girl who served us was very helpful…
– elsiemleedsUK, TripAdvisor, January 2012