Two Courses of Bistro Fare For Two or Four With Wine from £19 at The Hilly Kitchen Cafe-Bistro (Up to 58% Off)
- Home-made bistro and cafe food made with fresh ingredients
- Outdoor seating area
- In heart of Muswell Hill, close to train and underground stations
- Two-course meal for two or four
- Starter and main course or main course and dessert
- Starters include king prawn casserole, with onions, peppers, and gruyere cheese
- Mains include grilled sirloin steak, and artichoke hearts stew
- Desserts include raspberry cheesecake and chocolate mousse
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. Limit 1 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Valid for eat-in only. Service charge not included. Valid for main course with starter or dessert, or tea/coffee. Grilled fillet steak main incurs £3.50 supplement each. Original values based on most expensive option. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 2 August 2012 at 10.01am.
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Sitting at the very top of the food hierarchy pyramid is the noble Sir Loin. Dig into some posh nosh with today's Groupon from The Hilly Kitchen Cafe-Bistro. Choose from the following options for two courses of bistro fare:• £19 with a glass of wine each for two people (Up to 56% off)
• £36 with a bottle of wine to share for four people (Up to 58% off)
Serving home-made food made with fresh ingredients at sleek and modern premises in the heart of Muswell Hill, The Hilly Kitchen blends bistro and cafe styles to create a menu of varied and delicious flavours. In close proximity to Alexandra Palace train station and Bounds Green Underground, the eatery also boasts an extensive cocktail menu, as well as an outdoor seating area for summery days.
Duos or quartets can tuck into a two-course meal, consisting of a starter and main course or main course and dessert. Starters include the king prawns casserole, with onions, mixed peppers, and melted gruyere cheese, and the roasted flat mushrooms stuffed with sautéed spinach and goats’ cheese (both £4.50). For the main event, diners may choose the grilled sirloin steak, served with sautéed potatoes and butter-parsley sauce (£13.50), or perhaps the artichoke hearts stew, heartily flavoured with carrots, new potatoes, and peas, and stewed in carrot juice and olive oil (£9.50). If a dessert is on the cards, options include the chocolate mousse, and the raspberry cheesecake (both £3.50). Twos can then savour the flavours with a glass of red or white wine (£3.50) each, while fours can share a bottle (£13.50).