Music and Multi-Course French Meal For Two or Four from £25 with Gastronhome at Le QuecumBar (Up to 60% Off)
- Brasserie and gypsy swing music venue, Battersea
- Two- or three-course French meal for up to four diners
- Dishes include guinea fowl with chestnuts and pommes Anna
- Django Reinhardt-inspired live music daily
Purchase: Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy 2 additional as gifts.
Booking: Required by email: email@example.com. 48-hour cancellation policy, voucher will be forfeited otherwise.
Restrictions: Valid for sittings on Wed 7.30pm and Sun midday. Must be 18 or over. £3 surcharge for cheese selection. £5 discretionary fee added to bills for live music performance. Eat-in only. Valid on option purchased only.
Original values: Verified using merchant's online menu on 11 Dec 2014.
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As a melodic thud from the double bass emanates, feet tap along with the rhythm and waiters go about their business, bringing out of platefuls of French brasserie classics. Plumes of smoke rise from the congregation of cigarette-wielders outside, and the scene is set for a collective reminder of a bygone, distinctly Parisian, era. Spurred on by the gypsy jazz beats, diners can build an appetite for a multi-course meal. Warm-up acts include the likes of onion soup with Emmental souffle (usually £10), while showcase performers feature slow-cooked trout with lentils and caviar butter (£17). Diners wanting to add a dessert can find sweet-toothed satiation in something like poached pears with red wine syrup and shortbread (£7 separately, otherwise usually £35 for three courses).
Choose from the following options:
- £25 for a two-course meal for two (Up to 60% off)
- £49 for a two-course meal for four (Up to 60% off)
- £35 for a three-course meal for two (Up to 50% off)
- £69 for a three-course meal for four (Up to 51% off)
Giving customers a taste of what 1930s Paris, Le QuecumBar is a shrine that pays homage to gypsy swing music and French brasserie classics. The Django Reinhardt-inspired music sets the soundtrack for evenings, where the accompaniments include the likes of escargots, souffles and poached pears.
Christopher Nespoux and Damien Fremont formed Gastronhome, a catering and private dining concept, promoting the traditional and regional French cuisine with a modern touch, this year. The pair have extensive experience, including Bistrot Bruno Loubet, le Pichet and the Ritz Club.