Three Course Sunday Lunch For Two With Wine for £24 at Wadenhoe House (60% Off)
- 17th century Jacobean manor sitting on eight acres
- Garden's fresh produce used whenever possible
- British fine dining menu
- Starter, roast main course and dessert from Sunday menu
- Includes bottle of house wine
- Regularly changing menu
- Vegetarian option available
- Dietary requests can usually be catered for with prior arrangement
- Private dining can be arranged at a supplement
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required with at least 24 hours' notice, by phone or email: firstname.lastname@example.org with details and Groupon codes. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid for Sunday lunches only. Drinks not included. Menu subject to change.
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While putting on your Sunday best is a long-standing tradition, going out covered in gravy and mash doesn't quite cut it. Carve a fine form with today's Groupon: £24 for a three course Sunday lunch for two at Wadenhoe House.
An impressive Jacobean manor standing tall amidst eight acres of carefully landscaped gardens, Wadenhoe House has been welcoming guests since 1617. The house wards off hunger with the spoils of its blooming surroundings, serving up a constantly evolving menu comprised of local meats and the garden's fresh produce whenever possible. A popular wedding destination in its current form, the building remains a destination for diners seeking fine British fare and lashings of old-fashioned hospitality.
Wadenhoe House's regularly changing Sunday menu starts appetites off with teasers like roast vine tomato and red pepper soup, and melon served with prawns and Marie Rose dressing. The necessarily traditional main courses offer a slew of hearty fillers, such as roast leg of Southdown lamb on honey roasted root vegetables, while a vegetarian option will be produced for more animal-friendly tastes. Both dominant sweet teeth and those with a minor penchant for dessert are aptly served by a range of classic puds to include the likes of an apple and raspberry oat crumble, made with the fruits of the garden's labour whenever possible.