Three Course Meal For Two With Glass of Prosecco for £29 at The Cadogan Arms - Kings Road (Up to 60% Off)
- Part of the award winning ETM Group
- Catering service across a range of impressive private spaces including first floor private room
- Kings Road location
- Starter, main, and dessert from the set menu
- Glass of Prosecco each
- Starters include Severn and Wye oak smoked salmon, capers, and horseradish cream
- Main options such as rainbow trout and 12-hour slow-braised shoulder of Herdwick lamb
- Desserts include chocolate delice and vanilla crème brûlée
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per table. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking opens 6 June via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/the-cadogan-arms/. Telephone bookings not accepted. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Mon-Sat midday-3.30pm; Mon-Wed 6pm-10.30pm, Sun 6pm-9pm. Must be 18 or older with valid ID for alcohol. Valid for dishes from set menu only. Original value based on most expensive options. Original value verified 21 May 2012 at 6pm.
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A misjudged privilege when it comes to waiting in line, snooker players often skip straight to the front in a display of cue power. Pocket a gastronomic break with today’s Groupon : £29 for a three course meal for two with a glass of Prosecco at The Cadogan Arms - Kings Road.
Serving up food in line with the refined interiors and rich wooden furnishings, this swanky gastropub is located on Chelsea’s fashionable King’s Road. The restaurant plays host to its very own billiards room, allowing guests to tuck into snacks and bottles of beer in between cue strokes. Providing hearty British fare with a cultured twist, the team also provide catering spreads for homespun gatherings, as well as tasty events across a wide range of private spaces.
Taking a seat among the elevated antlers, diners are invited to sip on a glass of Prosecco as they prepare for the set menu. The Severn and Wye oak smoked salmon, served with capers and horseradish cream, makes a fine choice of starter, although guests with rich palates may opt for the chicken and snail pie. Colourful mains include pan fried fillet of rainbow trout, accompanied with butter sauce, as well as 12-hour slow-braised shoulder of Herdwick lamb with crushed potatoes and mint jus. The dessert menu provides a fitting finale, rounding off appetites with pear and frangipane tart, or vanilla crème brûlée.
Spring onion, potato and chive soup
Chicken and snail pie
Pork, garlic and green peppercorn terrine, piccalilli
Severn and Wye oak smoked salmon, capers and horseradish cream
Spring pea risotto
Pan fried fillet of rainbow trout, grilled baby gem lettuce, pearl onions, butter sauce
Poached Suffolk free range chicken breast, radish, broad bean and spinach broth
12 hour slow braised shoulder of Herdwick lamb, crushed potatoes, spring onions, mint jus
Additional side dishes available for a surcharge
Vanilla crème brûlée
Chocolate delice, walnut cream
Pear and frangipane tart, vanilla ice cream
Apple and sultana crumble, custard
The Cadogan Arms receives a hearty 3/5 stars from Time Out, a favourable 3.5/5 from TripAdvisors, a superb 9.3/10 from London Eaters and a glowing 5/5 from Time Outdiners. While some guests had a bit of a wait during busy periods, reviewers are keen to praise the standard of cuisine, inviting atmosphere and personable staff.
The service was impeccable from beginning to end and the waitress who served us gave us some great recommendations. The food was the best I've eaten in London for a long while. Decor really nice and a good atmosphere about the place. It really is a hidden gem!
– fabbydabbydozey, TripAdvisor, Apr 2012
We have visited this gastro pub many times over the past few years when in London and have always found it to be excellent. The service and food are great. We had booked for Sunday lunch on new years day [sic] and the roast beef was cooked to perfection! It is such a lovely pub with great staff who do all they can to make your visit enjoyable.
– Fnc1, TripAdvisor, Jan 2012