Two Courses of Polish Cuisine For Two With Wine for £16 at Eureka Taste (Up to 66% Off)
- Bistro-style Polish restaurant in Turnpike Lane
- Authentic, fresh food using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible
- Two-course lunch or dinner for two people
- Starters include traditional rye soup and wild mushroom ravioli
- Mains include rib-eye steak and Polish dumplings
- Glass of house wine each
Limit 1 per person or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Max 7 vouchers per table. Booking required online via http://www.eurekataste.com/index.php?route=information/book quoting Groupon codes. 24-hour cancellation policy. Valid midday-8pm Mon and midday-10pm Tue-Fri. Valid for restaurant menu only. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for alcohol. New customers only. Original value verified 18 July 2012 at 10.31pm.
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Diners who believe that the stars are telling them to order a particular starter are known as souperstitious. Follow the signs to the dining table with today’s Groupon: £16 for a two-course Polish meal with wine for two people at Eureka Taste.
Putting authentic Polish food on the map in North London, Eureka Taste dishes up the finest Central European food in its bistro-style restaurant on Turnpike Lane. Using fresh, locally sourced ingredients for their homemade stews, soups and other Polish treats, the eatery also serves as a cafe, pouring hot coffees and teas throughout the day.
Two guests can sample a mixture of classically European and traditionally Polish dishes with a two-course lunch or dinner. To start, diners may fancy the crispy duck, cucumber and spring onion salad (£4.95); the traditional rye soup, served with hardboiled egg and Polish sausage (£3.65); or perhaps the king prawns with celeriac and cream sauce, served with toast and salad(£5.65). For the main event, choices include the rib-eye steak served with green peppercorn sauce, homemade chips and salad (£14.95); the old Polish-style beef roulade stuffed with smoked bacon, soured cucumbers and onion and served with braised red cabbage, barley and gravy (£9.25); and a vegetarian option in the form of Polish dumplings stuffed with sour cabbage and wild mushrooms (£5.95). Diners will also be treated to a glass of house white wine each to accompany their courses.