- Three-courses for two or four people
- Starters include smoked salmon on blini and garlic bread
- Pan-fried cod and roast breast of partridge among mains
- Sticky toffee pud and or and a trio of sorbet among desserts
- Glass of Prosecco each
- Situated in scenic East Lavant
Purchase: Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy 2 additional as gifts.
Booking: Required by phone. 24-hour cancellation policy.
Restrictions: Valid Mon-Thu midday-2.30pm; 5.30pm-9pm; Fri midday-2.30pm; Sat midday-2.30pm; Sun 6pm-9pm. £7.50 surcharge for fillet steak; £2 surcharge for cheeseboard. Valid on option purchased only.
Original values: Verified using merchant's website on 26 Feb 2014.
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Slow roasted belly of pork with a crisp duck egg, sorrel and scrumpy poached apples (usually £8.50) is just one of the starters for diners to pick. Moving on, mains from the chef's pick of the season menu include roast breast of partridge with confit leg croquette, watercress mousse, cavolo nero in a parsnip sauce (£18.50) and roasted butternut squash served with parmesan risotto, sage butter, chestnut agnelotti pasta, sage crisps and drizzled in truffle oil (£14.50). To finish, diners have a few sweet treats to choose from including apple and mulled blackberry crumble with mascarpone ice cream (£6.50) and a triple chocolate brownie with chocolate sauce plus toffee and honeycomb ice cream (£6.50). A glass of Valdese Prosecco Brut (£6) each can be sipped alongside meals.
Choose from the following options for a three-course meal with prosecco:
£38.95 for two people (Up to 51% off)
£77.90 for four people (Up to 51% off)
The Earl of March can trace its origins back to the 18th century where it was originally a coaching inn where famous poet William Blake penned the words for "Jerusalem". Today its owned by by Giles Thompson, former executive head chef of the Ritz Hotel. Since 2005, the establishment has undergone a radical transformation into its current standing as a purveyor of haute cuisine using locally-sourced ingredients where possible. Set in the idyllic village of East Lavant near Chichester, beautifully presented meals can be enjoyed in the cosy indoor setting or in the garden with its views of the rolling vistas of the South Downs.
The Earl of March has received a comforting 4/5 stars on TripAdvisor who have also awarded them with a Certificate of Excellence 2013. One user said the staff were very well informed of the food and drinks menus while the meal was described as fabulous by another.
Details verified 27/02/2014.
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