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· 9 July 2018
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £29.95 for a two-course meal for two (up to 49% off)
- £59.50 for a two-course meal for four (up to 49% off)
Starters available include: French onion soup and gruyère croûte | ham hock and foie gras terrine with pear puree, pickled kumquat and charred sourdough | Scottish smoked salmon, cream cheese and horseradish tartare with cucumber and watercress | wild mushroom arancini, mushroom and truffle velouté and rocket | twice-baked goats’ cheese soufflé with pickled walnut, Granny Smith apple and Mornay sauce
Mains available include: smoked haddock, pea and spring onion risotto with poached quails egg | roast corn-fed chicken supreme, leek and potato dauphinoise, green beans and tarragon jus | shallot and chestnut tartan, roast salsify, beetroot puree and kale | balmoral venison bourguignon, horseradish, mashed potato and wilted spinach | 16oz braised shoulder of lamb with mashed potato, roasted root vegetables and a red wine jus
- Menu is subject to seasonal changes
The Fine Print
Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Mandatory booking required. Check availability here and book here. Strictly online bookings only, no phone bookings or walk-ins accepted.Present printed Groupon on arrival. 24-hour cancellation policy. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Limit 1 voucher per table. Valid for starters up to the value of £9.25 and mains up to £19.95 per person. Menu is subject to seasonal changes. Valid on option purchased only. Verified using our merchant's website on 18 Jan 2018.
About The Thatched Tavern
Located in a 400-year-old beamed tavern building, The Thatched Tavern stays true to its heritage by serving up traditional British cuisine with a French twist. The highlights of the menu include 12-hour slow-roasted shoulder of lamb and pan-seared calves' liver. The eatery boasts a secluded beer garden, where warmer days can be savoured with a glass of ice-cold beer or a bottle of bubbly.