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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £39.95 for a three-course fine dining with a glass of Prosecco each for two (40% off)
£79.90 for a three-course fine dining with a glass of Prosecco each for four (40% off)
Starters may include: soup of the day | terrine ‘Maison’ with salted grapes, cauliflower, chicory and pickled mustard | smoked mackerel, beets, marrow, apple, broad beans | wild mushrooms on toast, scorched duck egg, celeriac
Mains may include: belly of lamb, Nutbourne tomatoes, salted baked roots, wild mushrooms spinach | cod, brassica, Runcton squash, sautéed potatoes, baba ganoush and gooseberry | burrata mozzarella, salad of roasted Runcton squash, girolles and red kale
Desserts may include: sticky toffee pudding with salted caramel sauce and coffee ice cream | seasonal crumble and vanilla ice cream
- Glass of Prosecco
The Fine Print
Expires 15 Feb 2019. Please book within 30 days of purchase. Limit 2 per 2 or 4 people, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Mandatory booking required. Check availability here and book here; provide Groupon code. Present Groupon on arrival. A 24-hour advance notice required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older with a valid ID for alcohol. Menu is seasonal and subject to change. Valid for set menu only. Sirloin steak supplement: £7.50, fillet steak supplement: £9.50 and a cheese board supplement: £4.50 Valid for option purchased only. Verified using our merchant's website on 27 Sep 2018.
About The Earl of March
The Earl of March can trace its origins back to the 18th century, when it was originally a coaching inn where William Blake penned the words for Jerusalem. Today it is owned by Giles Thompson, who used to work as an executive head chef for the Ritz Hotel. In 2005, the establishment has undergone a radical transformation into its current standing as a purveyor of haute cuisine. Set in the idyllic village of East Lavant near Chichester, they dish up meals in a cosy indoor setting, or in the garden with views of the rolling South Downs.