Three Course À La Carte Lunch For Two for £47 at Les Trois Garçons (50% Off)
- French-inspired modern cuisine
- Lavish interior with Victorian curiosities and chandeliers
- Close to Shoreditch High Street
- Starter, main, and dessert each
- Starters include sea bass with asparagus, and tea smoke breast of duck
- Mains include fish of the day, and roast lamb cutlets with courgette and artichoke
- Desserts include crème brûlée with lavender sorbet and Grand Marnier pannacotta
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 3 vouchers per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Valid Mon-Fri 12pm-2pm only. Booking required by phone only, lines open Mon-Fri 10am-4pm on 02077292436. Booking recommended by 20 August 2012. 24 hour cancellation policy. Credit/debit card details required when booking; failure to comply with cancellation policy or no-shows will result in £25 per cover surcharge. Set menu subject to change. The value of the voucher will be deducted from the final bill. Drinks and discretionary 12.5% service charge are not included and will be charged on top of the full value of the menu. Tables for up to 4 diners have a 2 hour limit, tables up to 6 diners have a 2.5 hour limit. Must present Groupon at time of redemption. Discount will not apply if voucher is not presented. La Chateaubriand main incurs £4.50pp supplement. Original value based on seasonal set menu. Original value validated on 21 May 2012 at 3pm.
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While getting a taste of another culture can broaden the mind, chewing on the pages of travel guides merely results in encounters with angry librarians . Enjoy stacks of interesting dishes with today's Groupon: £47 for a three course à la carte lunch for two at Les Trois Garçons.
A grand tableau of Victorian period features and extraordinary baubles, Les Trois Garçons sits diners amidst 19th century curiosities and dramatic chandeliers to deliver a sumptuous dining experience, fuelled by turn of the century hedonism. A giraffe's head sits on the wall trying to read the menu over diners' shoulders, enjoying the extensive wine list and the catalogue of French-inspired and British-influenced dishes.
The three course meal will swing into life with a starter such as roulade of sea bass served with shaved asparagus; or the tea smoked breast of duck with endive, watercress, and sweet and sour apple. For the main event, diners may be tempted by the roast lamb cutlets and lamb ‘croquette’ served with courgette ribbons, artichoke hearts and sauce vierge; alternatively, they may wish to catch the fresh fish of the day. Those with a sweet tooth can delight in a fiendishly clever crème brûlée served with lavender sorbet, or enjoy a modern take on the classic 'floating islands' dessert, served with a pistachio anglaise and caramel cage.