Croydon: Two Course French Meal For Two for £24 at Le Cassoulet (Up to 51% Off)
- Rustic French restaurant
- Regional wines available
- Close to South Croydon Rail
- Starter and main from set menu
- Starters include shellfish bisque
- Mains include confit leg of duck and roast chicken for two
- Drinks, sides and desserts available with surcharge
Limit 1 per 2 people. Max. 4 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone only. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid for lunch 7 days a week midday-3pm; dinner Mon-Fri and Sun 6pm-10.30pm. Valid for starter and main course from set menu only. Excludes drinks and service charge. A discretionary 12.5% service charge of the pre-Groupon price will be added to the bill. Original value based on most expensive items.
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If you want to visit the south of France then you’ve got nothing Toulouse. Discover French fare with today’s Groupon: £24 for a two course French meal for two at Le Cassoulet.
Bringing authentic tastes ashore this side of the Channel, La Cassoulet is garnished with rustic French fare and an extensive collection of the region’s classic wines. Infused with vintage wallpaper and scarlet seats, the eatery serves up sumptuous cuts of steak, duck, and chicken, as well as freshly-prepares seafood and seasonal vegetables. Birthday bashes and business lunches can also tuck into home-made French feasts with the restaurant’s private event catering services.
Strutting down the red carpet, the star-studded set meal will feature classic French dishes such as shellfish bisque and moules marinières. Tipples, side dishes, and a selection of sweet desserts will be available for an additional fee.
Chicken liver parfait with toasted brioche
Confit leg of duck with braised endive
Roast label rouge chicken for two
Moules marinières and frites
Burgundy paintwork, together with red-and-gold striped banquettes, and floral wallpaper provide a smartly feminine setting; black-aproned staff zip about in a professional manner. Food - traditional French with a focus on the south-west, home of the hearty pork, duck and bean stew after which the restaurant is named - is reliably excellent.
– Time Out editors, Time Out, Sept 2010
My starter of grilled bone marrow with flat mushrooms and red wine jus tasted sublime, although the bone marrow could have been a touch more generous. My main course of monk fish cheek, salsify gratin, caper butter and soft boiled hens egg was perfectly rich but light and delicious.
– Bongaloo, UrbanSpoon, Dec 2010