Two Courses of Modern British Fare For Two With Glass of Prosecco Each for £24 at Waterloo Bar and Kitchen (Up to 55% Off)
- Restaurant close to The Old Vic and Waterloo station
- Contemporary British cuisine
- Extensive wine list
- Private dining room
- Open for lunch and dinner daily
- Two-course meal for two people
- Starters include squid and chorizo salad and baked goats’ cheese tart
- Mains include salmon fishcakes, and Brie-filled chicken breast
- Glass of Prosecco each
- Rib-eye steak for £3 supplement
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 3 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via restaurant website: www.barandkitchen.co.uk/book_a_table.php, and must enter security code in message box when booking. 48-hour cancellation policy. Printed voucher must be presented on arrival. Max table size 6 people. Valid for set menu only. Not valid for desserts. Valid 7 days a week midday-2pm and 7.30pm-10pm. Value of voucher will be deducted from final bill. 12.5% discretionary service charge based on pre-discounted value will be added to the bill. £2 surcharge per dish for halibut; £3 surcharge per dish for steak. Original values verified 18 June 2012 at 5.37pm.
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It is said that truly excellent chef is not merely a cook, but an artist of the kitchen; which is fine until someone confuses ‘palate’ with ‘palette’. Taste fare with flair with today’s Groupon: £24 for two courses of Modern British cuisine for two with a glass Prosecco each at Waterloo Bar and Kitchen.
With its proximity to the Old and New Vic theatres making it convenient for pre- and post-play dining, Waterloo Bar and Kitchen serves up delectable British cuisine at in contemporary setting decorated with hues of red, white, and blue. Open for lunch and dinnertime, seven days a week, the restaurant offers a modern take on a range of classic meat, fish and vegetarian options, plus weekend brunch, Sunday roast with all the trimmings, and an extensive wine list. Diners can book a private function room for parties, or enjoy more intimate dining after a visit to one of London’s close-by galleries, museums or markets.
Duos are invited to dig into a lunch or dinner at the restaurant, where they’ll be able to choose from an eclectic range of starters and mains. To begin, diners may opt for the salad of marinated artichokes, sun-blushed tomatoes, French beans and olives (£5.95); or perhaps the chicken liver pate with toasted onion brioche and cranberry port sauce (£5.95). To follow, guests may pick the salmon fishcakes, accompanied by a chunky tomato salsa and French fries; or the Brie-filled roast corn-fed chicken breast with mash and tarragon cream sauce (both £13.95). To savour flavours even more, a glass of Prosecco can be washed down, and a mains of rib-eye steak and pan-roasted halibut may be selected for a supplement.
Soup of the day
Marinated artichoke, sun blushed tomato, French bean and olive salad
Squid & chorizo salad with chilli, garlic and coriander dressing
Chicken liver pate with toasted onion brioche and cranberry port sauce
Baked goats cheese, red onion and fig tart with wild rocket
Salmon fishcakes with chunky tomato salsa and french fries
Smoked haddock with bubble ‘n’ squeak, soft poached egg and hollandaise sauce
Brie-filled roast corn-fed chicken breast with mash and tarragon cream sauce
Linguini with asparagus, sun-blushed tomatoes, basil pesto and parmesan
Pan-roasted halibut, fondant potato and saffron creamed leeks (£2 supplement)
28-day aged char grilled rib-eye steak with fries and choice of garlic butter, peppercorn sauce or béarnaise sauce (£3 supplement)
Understated elegance. Good menu with fair pricing. Attentive courteous staff.
– Gail100855, TripAdvisor, Jun 2012
Simple, delicious Italian food in a comfortable atmosphere. Great value. Friendly service. A nice touch is that you can order starts as a main course. Right around the corner from the Old Vic Theater [sic].
– mlandsmann, TripAdvisor, Aug 2011