Three Course Asian Fusion À La Carte Meal For Two With Champagne Cocktail Each for £59 at Michelin-Recommended Silk Restaurant (Up to 59% Off)
- Michelin Guide listed
- Grade 2 listed converted magistrate’s court building
- Soho location
- Close to Oxford Circus tube
- Starter, main and dessert of Asian fusion cuisine each
- Apple fizz or diamond spritz Piper-Heidsiek cocktail each
- Includes tea or coffee
- Service charge included
- Locally sourced ingredients where possible
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org quoting voucher codes, contact number, and preferred date and time of booking. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Tue-Sat only. Table booking times are at 6pm and 8.30pm. Max seating time is 2 hours 30 minutes. Original value based on most expensive options. Includes 12.5% service charge which is non-refundable. Must be over 18 or older with a valid ID for cocktail.
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Thwarting food thieves can entail constructing beefy barricades, assembling protective bean forts, and making known the threat of the lightly-spiced chickpea nunchucks. Send starter snafflers to the dock with today’s Groupon: £59 for a three course a la carte meal for two including a Champagne cocktail each and tea or coffee at the Michelin recommended Silk Restaurant.
The Michelin-recommended Silk Restaurant takes law-abiding diners on a comestible cruise down the old Silk Road, serving its dishes in a Grade II listed magistrates' court building. Among the panels and pews of the chambers, where Napoleon, Oscar Wilde and Sir Mick Jagger once stood trial, customers can delve into seasonally-changing treats, using locally sourced ingredients where possible, and pepperings that were once the grail for seafaring explorers. Head Chef Rajesh Parmar creates edible accolades to once rare spices, succeeding Chinese flavours with those from India and Thailand, and a dollop of English fare such as sea bream or Kentish roe deer in a tongue tickling taste fusion.
Indulging in an unusual eatery experience, guest can stay on the right side of the docks with a three course à la carte dinner. Their rotating menu could throw up starters such as Konkani jhinga, of king prawns with ginger, curry leaves and kokum (£9.50), a galette of chick peas (£7) or the chef’s selection of mini starters on a platter (£13). Main courses could entail a paneer and broccoli kofta (£13.95), tiger prawns in curry paste (£19.95) or an 8oz fillet of black peppered beef with a curry leaf (£22.95), while sweet toothed convicts can indulge in banana and raison five spice spring rolls (£6.95) or a Silk dessert platter selection (£12). Dinners can compliment their supper with a choice of apple fizz or diamond spritz Piper-Heidsiek champagne cocktails, and are treated to a tea or coffee after their munching experience.
TripAdvisor users commented favourably on the excellent food and interesting décor at Silk, awarding the restaurant a tasty 4/5 stars.
I had scallops seasoned with Kaffir lime leaf on strawberry salsa & chilli with a cilantro coconut froth, the BF [sic] had some tender beef mini fillets with green Thai paste, both were REALLY good. Then we both had an 8oz fillet of beef with peppercorn sauce and a hot curry and mustard mash, which was to die for, best beef you will find in London I think!
– Jules1304, TripAdvisor, Apr 2011