Enjoy a choice of ten antipasti and a bottle of wine between two at a Sherlock Holmes-themed bar
What You'll Get
Sitting down to antipasti at Moriarty, diners can savour a platter of ten items to share between two. The menu includes parma ham, smoked salmon, olives, cheese such as brie and stilton, and a variety of breads which can be enjoyed with dips such as aioli or hummus. Guests can stay refreshed with a bottle of wine between two, or opt for a bottle of Brooklyn Lager or Samuel Adams Boston Lager each. Customers should note that menu items are subject to change.
Choose from the following options:
£14.90 for antipasti and a bottle of wine for two (up to 53% off)
£28.90 for antipasti and two bottles of wine for four (up to 55% off)
Moriarty is a Sherlock Holmes-themed bar situated on Edinburgh’s Lothian Road. The kitchen prepares hearty classics like burgers and hot dogs, as well as Mediterranean-inspired antipasti and tapas. Fare is complemented by craft beers, international wines and a range of cocktails. The classically styled interior regularly plays host to seasonally themed events and parties.
Moriarty has attracted over 700 Facebook likes to date.
Details verified 9 September 2014.
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The Fine Print
Expires 90 days after purchase (excl bank holidays).
Purchase: Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy 1 additional as a gift.
Booking: Required by phone. 24-hour cancellation policy.
Restrictions: Valid Sun-Thu midday-9pm; Fri-Sat midday-6pm. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Customers can choose 2 items from each section in the platters menu for the 2 person option and 4 items per section for the 4 person option. Valid for the platter menu. Valid for meat and fish, fruit and veg, cheese, bread, dips and dressing. May substitute 1 bottle of wine for 2 beers. Choice of either 330ml bottle of Brooklyn lager or 330ml bottle of Samuel Adams Boston Lager.Valid for eat-in only. Valid on option purchased only.
Original values: Verified using our merchant's menu on 8 Sept 2014.