Two Course Meal for Two for £15 at The Oak Inn Ardingly (Worth up to £45.80)
- Includes a drink each
- Choose a starter and main course or main and dessert
- Rustic interior with wooden beams and fireplace
- Numerous free parking spaces available
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Named after the amount of prongs it possesses, the fork proved to be more successful than its predecessors, the fivek and the nineteenk. Tune into fine dining with today's Groupon: for £15, enjoy a two course meal for two plus a drink each at The Oak Inn Ardingly.
Having been nestled in the leafy village of Ardingly for over 400 years, this cosy traditional country pub has retained its magnificent period features to establish its prominence in the rural landscape. Adorned with an evocative elegance indicative of its calming and pleasant surroundings, the pub is filled with low ceiling beams and an atmospheric Inglewood fireplace, brought to life with the abundance of daylight proffered by the large windows overlooking the charming garden.
Groupon gourmands can treat their stomachs to a culinary delight with a two course meal from their menu which changes daily to make the most of the freshest produce available as well appropriating for this season's fare. Dishes that are indicative of the style of contemporary and classic meals served include starters of smoked salmon with brown bread and horseradish mayonnaise (£4.95), main courses of 8oz sirloin steak (£13.95) and grilled rainbow trout (£10.50) as well as desserts such as chocolate and Guinness mousse (£5) and poached pears served with Chantilly cream (£5).
Sitting in an idyllic spot, the Oakley Ardingly provides a cosy interior in which to enjoy a wholesome meal. Reviewers seem particularly keen on the choice of beers and ales available.
This is a popular village pub and serves wholesome honest food at reasonable rates. It is well worth calling in for a quiet beer or a tasty meal. With seating at the front you can admire the green across the quiet country lane.
– Mandy, Qype
local produce is used and there were some unusual dishes - including apple and parsley soup. J's main course was a proper fish cake - huge and more fish than cake. My chicken breast stuffed with bacon and cheese melted in the mouth. We were feeling very full but managed to have puddings - rhubarb crumble for J and home-made Christmas pudding for me. Surroundings excellent. Plenty of elbow room in the dining area. Harveys and Dark Star - both beautifully kept. Service excellent.
– JubileeGirl, Beerintheevening