Two Courses of European Fare With Wine For Two (£24) or Four (£48) at Tudor Barn Eltham (60% Off)
- Grade II* listed Tudor building
- Sun terrace and dining rooms
- Available for weddings, conferences, and functions
- Starters include Gresham confit duck salad
- Main courses include herb crusted pork tenderloin
- Glass of house wine each
- Multiple vouchers may be used per group (up to 38 people)
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When it comes to cuisine, a storm can be cooked up anywhere in the frying pan-atlantic. Reject plane dishes with today's Groupon from Tudor Barn Eltham. Choose from the following options:• £24 for a two course meal and a glass of wine for two (60% off)
• £48 for a two course meal and a glass of wine for four (60% off)
As a grade II* listed building with statuesque elegance and thirteen acres of award-winning gardens, Tudor Barn Eltham emits whispers of history with every meal and wedding. It shares its idyllic setting with party-goers and business people, tripling up as a ceremonial, celebration, and conference centre. Whether serving its European inspired cuisine in graceful dining rooms that stay true to their Tudor heritage, or out on the sun-spotting terrace, the restaurant is as fit for a king as for anyone who can use the correct fork.
In a pair, a group of four, or even more (with multiple vouchers), diners can enjoy a starter, main course and glass of wine each. Starter options include the British asparagus, with poached hen egg and hollandaise sauce or the Scottish smoked salmon and crayfish paupette, with caviar dressing. Main courses to chow down include the herb crusted pork tenderloin, with butter braised pendeolf, tender stem broccoli, and calvados sauce, or an 8oz Scottish rump steak with sherry horseradish sauce, hand cut chips, cherry tomatoes and beer battered onion rings. A variety of Chilean wines are available as an accompaniment.
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The Tudor Barn received a tasty 4/5 from Qype users, while both TripAdvisor and Google users awarded 3.5/5. Though opinions varied on the service, diners complimented the food and the picturesque restaurant setting.
Great venue, lovely actually. Had excellent evening meal, would love to have been sat on the terace alongside the moat but it was snowing and freezing! Top food too! [sic]
– Maxi, Google, Jan 2011
Really pleasantly surprised about how nice the restaurant was, the building itself is just stunning and the surrounding park is picturesque. We went for the full hog of starters/mains/desserts and wine and couldn’t fault anything.
– BeckieLouise87, TripAdvisor, Feb 2012