Two Courses of British Fare For Two With Coffee and Liqueur for £20 at The Swan (Up to 65% Off)
- Family-run gastropub
- Flagstone flooring and interior brickwork
- Picturesque village location
- The village of Kibworth has recently featured on the BBC
- Choice of any starter and main
- Large groups accepted
- Traditional, English cuisine
- Coffee and a Licqueur, including Cointreau, be served after the meal
Limit 1 per 2 people. Booking required by phone only. 48 Hour cancellation policy. Valid Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. No booking until 7 Nov 2011. Original value based on most expensive menu options. Excludes side dishes. Valid for option purchased only.
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Home is where the heart is, but the heart can’t cook so the belly prefers the restaurant. Appease the grumbling rumbler with today’s Groupon: £20 for two courses of British fare for two with coffee and liqueur at The Swan.
Seasoning traditional British fare with homely and rustic aesthetics, The Swan is a family run establishment that has been serving up hearty fare for 25 years. Amongst the meandering and picturesque village trails of Kibworth, The Swan's inviting armchairs and interior brickwork compliment cosy, English dining.
Digging right in with the likes of Scottish salmon served with tiger prawns and a lime vinaigrette (£6.50), diners can prepare their palates for a selection of hearty mains bred of British flavours. The pan-fried Gressingham duck breast with sautéed new potatoes and beans in a warm crispy bacon and sherry vinaigrette (£17.95); and the 8oz ribeye steak (from Manor Farm, Scarcliffe) with hand cut chips (£16.95), demonstrate their origins with flavoursome aplomb. Afterwards a coffee (£1.80) and liqueur, such as Cointreau (£2.60) form a well-rounded culinary finish.
Market Harborough Magazine dined at the Swan Kibworth and paid compliments for the prompt service and tasty dishes:
For our first course we opted for chicken liver pate with toast and homemade date and apple chutney as well as a prawn cocktail. Both were delicious, generous portions and I have to say the homemade chutney (for sale by the jar) was astounding.
– Market Harborough Magazine, Nov 2009