Three Courses of Global Cuisine For Two With Coffee for £19 at Capocci Restaurant (Up to 61% Off)
- Named Quality Venue by Things to do Nottinghamshire
- Close to the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall
- Lively and friendly atmosphere
- Starter, main, and dessert plus coffee each
- Mexican, Italian, and Spanish cuisine
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Mon-Fri midday-2pm and 5pm-11pm, Sat midday-11pm. Steak dishes incur a £4 surcharge. Original prices based on most expensive options. Coffee price is based on the floater coffee.
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Cooking can be an arduous process involving plenty of slow roasting and marinating, so before serving up often chefs have a bit of thyme to waste. Keep up to speed with today’s Groupon: £19 for three courses of global cuisine for two with coffee at Capocci Restaurant.
Situated in the busy hub bub of Nottingham’s cultural centre, this restaurant is home to an atlas of culinary delights from Mexico, Spain, and Italy. For over a decade, the two floored eatery serves up sizzling dishes from three extensive à la carte menus featuring fare ranging from traditional Italian pasta dishes to cheesy chimichangas and paellas that pack a serious Spanish punch. Only a dough ball’s throw away from the Theatre Royal and Royal Concert Hall, the bustling restaurant is ideal for a pre-show bite to eat that will take taste buds on a tantalising tour.
Diners will be spoilt for choice perusing three menus jam packed with delicacies from all over the globe. After popping on a sombrero, pairs can tuck into the Mexican Flyers dish (£5.85) of chargrilled chicken wings, onions, and peppers marinated in a sizzling barbeque sauce. Señors and señoritas can then embark on a journey over to the Spanish menu and get stuck into the paella de mariscos (£11.95), a sumptuous dish of chicken, prawns, mussels, and juicy veg served in a pool of rich saffron rice. Sweet teeth can be satisfied with a choice of desserts from each menu. Finishing up after tasting the traditional cuisine from all corners, dining duos can cradle a cup of hot coffee before their food induced holiday blues commence.