Two Course Steak Meal For Two With Champagne Cocktails for £33 at Marco Pierre White Steak and Alehouse (Up to 60% Off)
- Restaurant by Marco Pierre White, James Robertson and Ryan Gatward-Hallett
- Ingredients sourced in UK used
- Sister restaurant to the Kings Road Steakhouse
- Bishopsgate location
- Main course and dessert
- Mains such as 10oz rib eye steak or wild halibut steak
- Daily vegetarian options
- Desserts include sticky toffee pudding and vanilla panacotta
- Champagne cocktail each
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required 9am-6pm. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid for main course worth up to £23.75, dessert and cocktail each. Valid for lunch Mon-Fri midday-3pm or dinner Sun-Mon 5.30pm-9.30pm. Not valid Tue-Sat 7pm-8pm. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for cocktails. Original price based on highest priced options. Original value verified 17 May 2012 at 5.46pm.
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Steaks, like moons, are at their most rare when they are blue. Enjoy a well-done menu with today’s Groupon: £33 for a two course steak meal for two with Champagne cocktails at Marco Pierre White Steak and Alehouse.
Cooked up with the culinary expertise of Marco Pierre White, James Robertson and Ryan Gatward-Hallett, this steak and alehouse romances diners with a combination of fresh cuts and white linens in the midst of the Square Mile. Once guests arrive at the discreet entrance just off Bishopsgate, they will find a quintessential steakhouse complete with a plush cocktail bar and chandeliers hung from the ceiling, shedding warm light on the cosy and intimate dining space.
Steak dinners may be made up of the 10oz sirloin or ribeye steak served with a grilled mushroom, beef tomato, and a sauce of choice (£23.75) or may be swapped for the likes of the calved liver with dry cured bacon and fried onions (£16.75) or the fried haddock and chips teamed with mushy peas (£16.95). Striking a sweet note will be a quintessentially British pudding, such as Eton mess or sticky toffee pudding (all £7.50), while all morsels are washed down with a Champagne cocktail (£10.50).