British Fare: Two-Course Meal For Two (£23) or Four (£44) at The Ringlestone Inn (Up to 62% Off)
- 17th century inn retaining many period features
- Resident barn owl
- Parking available
- Main course with a starter or dessert each
- Whitebait, deep fried brie, pate, and soup with crusty bread among the starters
- Mains include rib-eye steak, slow roasted pork belly, and lamb and apricot pie
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. Limit 1 per table. May buy 1 additional as gift. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Wed-Fri, Sun-Mon 6pm-9pm. Valid for starter and main. Excludes lamb shank, fillet steak, beef Wellington, and tiger prawns. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for wine. Excludes 10% discretionary service charge. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 6 July 2012 at 5.51pm.
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Like taking a photo, eating out can bring loved ones together, and gives everyone a chance to yell about cheese. Gather over grub with today's Groupon for a main course with a starter or dessert each from The Ringlestone Inn. Choose from the following options:• £23 for two people (Up to 60% off)
• £44 for four people (Up to 62% off)
With hefty tankards, oak beaming in the lamplight, and a history as rich as its gravy, this 17th century inn serves up a range of hearty meals and fireside ales, with its resident barn owl providing a final feather in its hosting cap. The Ringlestone Inn is a hub of gastronomic indulgence with speciality sausages and brimming pies, while the large garden and children’s menu make it a good location for family outings and games of ye olde hide and seek.
To start, whitebait on a bed of mixed leaf salad comes with a lemon wedge and tartar sauce for dipping (£6.50); deep fried brie accompanied by cranberry sauce (£6.50) or soup of the day changing regularly (£6.20). Mains include a meaty feast of rib eye steak served with salad and a choice of jacket potato or chips (£22.50), pork belly that’s been slow roasted for six hours (£16.95), and a fruity lamb and apricot pie (£16.50). Those with a sweeter tooth may opt for a dessert instead of a starter, with plenty of indulgent bites on offer.
For the full menu see here.