Three Course À La Carte Lunch For Two for £47 at Les Trois Garcons (£94 Value)
- Uniquely designed and decorated restaurant
- French-inspired modern cuisine
- Critically acclaimed by publications including Time Out and Harden's
- Close to Shoreditch High Street
- Á la carte lunch menu
- Starter, main and dessert each
- Example starters: Foie gras with apple, escargots with pig's trotter, heritage tomato salad
- Example mains: Fish of the day, Herdwick lamb cutlets, chateaubriand to share
- Example desserts: Crème brûlée with lavender sorbet, Grand Marnier panna cotta, cheese selection
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 3 vouchers per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Valid from 17 Oct 2011. Valid Mon-Fri midday-2.30pm sittings. Bookings taken Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, call 020 7729 2436 only. Quote Groupon. Tables booked for 2 hours only for tables up to 4 guests and for 2.5 hours only for up to 6 guests. Clearly-printed vouchers, with barcode ready for scanning, must be presented at the restaurant on the day. Credit card details must be provided when booking. £25 penalty charge per cover if no-show. 24 hours cancellation policy. Drinks and service not included. Service will be added to the full value of the meal. Voucher value will be deducted from the final bill.
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Taking a partner to dinner is useful to share the bill with or to act as a lookout for mislaid crumbs and surprise Heimlich manoeuvres. Stay one step ahead with today's Groupon: £47 for a three course á la carte lunch for two at Les Trois Garcons.
A grand affair of Victorian period features, retro nineteenth century clutter, soft lighting and turn of the century hedonism, Les Trois Garcons is a fascinating concept straight out of a Dickensian novel. With a mouth-watering menu and a giraffe's head jutting out of one of the walls for good measure, patrons of Les Trois Garcons will be treated to a moreish meal in one of the most appealing and unique eateries in London.
Beginning where every good
meal should with a starter, enjoy tempting treats such as crayfish in miso jelly with Dorset crab and avocado served on a heritage tomato salad or the luxurious foie gras in Sauternes cooked 'au torchon' with apple and damson chutney.
Moving onto the main event, tempt tummy tormentors with Trio de Porc, a dish that marries together roasted pork belly, honey roasted pork shoulder and pea and smoked ham croquettes with a ginger broth. For
those with a sweet tooth, keep the sugar sergeants at bay with a fiendishly clever crème brûlée served with lavender sorbet or a modern take of the classic 'floating islands' dessert.
The full menu can be found here.
Since its conception in 2000, the restaurant has been reviewed by a number of diners and national press. The Observer placed it in their list of the 50 coolest places to eat in the world, whilst The Daily Telegraph also reviewed it favourably. Time Out praised the friendly and knowledgeable staff and scored Les Trois Garcons four stars out of five.
Les trois Garcons is incredible. I have been there once before but it seems even better these days. Those garcons really have their heads screwed on!. The duck was exemplary and my partners bouillabaisse was fantastic. The setting is a sure winner with the ladies and its perfect for a romantic evening. Highly recommended!
– Joshhardey, ViewLondon
First impressions are of a dark, wood-panelled room lit by candles, the reflections dancing off chandeliers, mirrors and jewelled surfaces. Waiters glide between the tables. It feels as if we've stepped between the pages of a children's storybook. Giant wine glasses festooned with flowers line the bar and to our right there's a stuffed tiger and a plaster chimpanzee.
– Casilda Grigg, The Daily Telegraph