Three Courses of Mediterranean Cuisine With Prosecco For Two (£29) or Four (£55) at Coquine in South Kensington (Up to 66% Off)
- Fusion of Mediterranean and British ingredients and flavours
- Stylish, contemporary decor
- Close to Gloucester Road and South Kensington tube stations
- Starter, main, and dessert each
- Glass of Prosecco each
- Range of meat and fish dishes, including grilled lamb cutlets and sea bass
- Vegetarian options available
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid 5pm-midnight, Tue-Sun. Must be 18 or older with a valid ID for Prosecco. 12.5% discretionary service charge not included. Original values based on most expensive options. Valid for purchased option only.
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International travel inspires culinary experimentation, hence the success of sea-food, continental breakfasts, and gravy boats. Give your taste buds a cultural feast with today's Groupon from Coquine. Choose from the following options:• £29 for three courses of Mediterranean cuisine with Prosecco for two (Up to 64% off)
• £55 for three courses of Mediterranean cuisine with Prosecco for four (Up to 66% off)
Swanky, chic, and spilling over with bubbly, this boutique eatery serves up platters of flavoursome Mediterranean class alongside sparkly Champagne cocktails. The contemporary decor reflects a sophisticated menu, merging exotic flavours and ingredients with classic British favourites, and marrying delicate tastes with ample portions. Comfortably snuggled between Chelsea and South Kensington, the stylish restaurant sits a simple stroll from Gloucester Road underground, and the basement club area offers after-dinner drinks with a boogie or two.
In dining teams of two or four, guests can warm up their palates with a glass of Prosecco each (£8). The starter menu offers a choice of options including vegetable spring rolls (£5) and prawn fritti, fried with coriander and chillies (£7.50). The main event can feature grilled sea bass with tahini and potato cubes (£17.50), a vegetarian dish of penne Siciliana with grilled vegetables (£9.50), or a fillet steak with garlic butter and French fries (£19). Sweet teeth might be rewarded with New York cheesecake (£5), or rich chocolate fondant (£6), leaving taste buds suitably tickled.
Coquine has earned a number of glowing reviews, with View London serving the eatery 4/5 stars. Reviews are on the whole very positive, and the cocktails and slick service earn special mention.
The food menu's rich in both cost and cuisine, with some fundamentally French dishes including foie gras on brioche with egg, steak tartare and… er… french fries. A 'raw bar' section offers oysters, a maki sushi platter and tuna sashimi, which are less French but still a bit pricey.
– Time Out, July 2010 2011
Whether you want a bite to eat and a drink upstairs or a crazy party downstairs, Coquine steps up to the plate and delivers. With interesting and inventive cocktails and great staff, it is undoubtedly one of the best venues in this part of London… 4/5 stars
– View London, March 2010