Two Course British Meal For Two (£23) or Four (£39) With Wine at Oldfields Noted Eating House (Up to 68% Off)
- Taste Durham Highest Quality
- Assured and Local Produce
- Champion 2012
- Near Durham train station
- Starter and main course each
- Starters include pork terrine and smoked haddock pan haggerty
- Mains include beef and oyster pie and slow-cooked pork shoulder
- Glass of house wine each
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Limit 2 Groupons per table. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Mon-Fri 8.30pm-10pm and Sun 7pm-9pm. Limited availability Fri. Valid for starter and main course; beef Wellington available for £6 surcharge. Valid for glass of house wine each. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for alcohol. Service charge not included. Remainder of bottle from which two glasses have been poured may be purchased for £5 surcharge. Original value based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 25 April 2012 at 12.17pm.
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Eating your words can prove a difficult task, though most find T always goes down smoothly. Know your condiments from your consonants with today’s Groupon from Oldfields Noted Eating House. Choose from the following options:• £23 for a two course British meal for two with a glass of wine each (Up to 62% off)
• £39 for a two course British meal for four with a glass of wine each (Up to 68% off)
Having garnered the award of Taste Durham Highest Quality Assured and Local Produce Champion 2012, Oldfields' ethos of preparing real British food using the best local and seasonal producers is clearly bearing fruit. The restaurant is run by Peter Wood and Bill Oldfield, of whom the latter is a supplier to the restaurant and a keeper of rare breed pigs, Joe Simpson’s beef, Raby Estate venison, and Brancepeth Estate game. These all contribute to a menu that highlights the diversity and quality of the North East pantry and the culinary connection Oldfields have developed with their suppliers.
Finely-tuned British banquets may begin with the likes of oysters dressed in shallots and red wine vinegar (£7.90) or the ox tongue and beetroot salad accompanied by a horseradish dressing (£5.80), before winding their way towards the main course. Choices include the whole roast sea bass with tomatoes, fennel, potatoes, and herbs (£17.50), the slow-cooked pork shoulder with new potatoes, red cabbage, apple sauce, and gravy (£16.50), or the spinach and mushroom pie served with hand-cut chips (£13). Accompanying the proceedings will be a glass of house wine (£4.70), while the remainder of the bottle from which two glasses have been poured will be available to purchase for a £5 surcharge.