Two Courses of British Cuisine For Two (£29) or Four (£55) With Wine at The English Pig (Up to 55% Off)
- Head chef featured on the BBC’s Great British Menu
- Inspired and varied daily menus
- Promotes sustainable farming
- Near Barbican station
- Starter and main course each
- Starters have included: roast beetroot salad with goat curd, and mackerel pâté
- Mains have included: triple pork burger, and sea bass
- Bottle of house wine per two people
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone or by emailing email@example.com. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Mon- Fri 12pm-2.30pm (lunch) or Tue-Fri from 6pm (last orders 9pm). Must be aged 18 or over with valid ID for wine. Discretionary service charge not included. Original price based on most expensive options.
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Traditional eateries are often defined by classic decor, recognisable menus, and an insistence on ending every Sunday with a roast dinner. Savour unconventional classics with today's Groupon from The English Pig. Choose from the following options:• £29 for two courses of British cuisine for two with a bottle of house wine (Up to 53% off)
• £55 for two courses of British cuisine for four with two bottles of house wine (Up to 55% off)
Crafted by the innovative mind of Johnnie Mountain, who has featured on the BBC’s Great British Menu, The English Pig redefines the conventional concept of traditional British dining. An ever-changing menu exhibits the familiar ingredients of a quintessential eatery: wild woodland mushrooms and pork sausages, but turns them on their head with creative, 21st century twists. A wholesome ethos follows this restaurant into its Barbican setting, with Johnnie actively involved in promoting and encouraging sustainable pig farming practices.
Settling in to a dining room that, by juxtaposing country pub mahoganies and eclectic modernity, mirrors the novel nature of its menu, diners will begin a culinary journey. With a bottle of wine as companion, guests will peruse starters that have included roasted beetroot salad with goat curd (£6.60), and smoked mackerel pâté with horseradish (£7.90). As a restaurant defined by its relationship with piggies, guests may jump in head first and indulge in a chargrilled triple pork burger with chorizo jam and gruyere (£10.95). Other main courses have also included the traditional fish and chips with tartare, peas, and lemon (£9.50), and the soft penne with vibrant tomato, courgette, and basil (£11.50).