Two can enjoy a three-course meal including a rabbit confit or red mullet guazzetto; complemented with a glass of Prosecco
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What You'll Get
£45 for a three-course meal with a glass of Prosecco for two (51% off)
Choice of starters may include: seared mackerel, fennel and friggitello salad | pork jowl, burnt shallot caramel, celeriac puree | Caprese, Vesuvio tomatoes and basil oil
Choice of mains may include: rabbit confit, raw chestnut, Marsala jelly | red mullet guazzetto with clams and girolle sauce | duck egg in crispy “capelli d’angelo” pasta | parmesan broth and black truffle oil
Choice of desserts may include: carrot and polenta’ with orange and rosemary ice cream | saffron poached pears, hazelnut parfait and pumpkin seared crumble | selection of ice cream
Includes a glass of Fantinel Prosseco
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 1 per 2 people, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Mandatory booking required. Check availability here and book here. 24-hour cancellation policy, otherwise the voucher subject to forfeiture. Must be 18 or over. Valid Mon-Sun 6pm-8pm. Subject to availability. Set menu is seasonal and subject to change. Eat-in only. Valid only for option purchased. Verified using ou merchant's menu on 7 Nov 2017.
About Mercante Restaurant
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Mercante Restaurant is the perfect space for bringing friends and family together, with a large dining room and south-facing terrace to accommodate all types of occasion - from an intimate dinner date to a large celebration. The menu will change regularly to reflect everyday market food and “Per Oggi”. The menu has been created by Head Chef Davide D’ignazio, a young talent who is producing dishes that elevate the fantastic produce of his home country. Using his creative flair and knowledge, he has brought together a range of dishes that represent Italy as a whole, with different regions being pulled together in one kitchen.