Have a taste of a fine Scottish cuisine with three courses serving such delicacies as baked vegetarian haggis, roasted cauliflower and broth
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What You'll Get
Choose between Two Options
- £32 for a three-course seasonal menu for two (51% off)
- £63 for a three-course seasonal menu for four (52% off)
Choice of appetisers may include: baked vegetarian haggis Wellington with tomato chutney | chicken, squash, sage and mascarpone ravioli with toasted pine nut and herb butter sauce | warm Arbroath smokie, cherry tomato and artichoke tart with rocket and Parmesan
Choice of mains may include: warm cont of duck, sticky chilli beetroot, Ayrshire potato and smoked bacon salad with roast chilli and orange dressing | lasagne of fish and shellfish in a tomato, fennel and samphire broth | roast spiced cauliflower, ratatouille, clava bonbons and crispy soft boiled egg
Choice of desserts may include: warm chocolate fondant | cranachan
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The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 2 per 2 or 4 people, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Booking required, please call 01315576910; provide Groupon code. Present Groupon on arrival. 24-hour cancellation and rescheduling policy. A failure to cancel or reschedule will result in forfeiting a voucher. Must be 18 or older. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Menu subject to change. Dietary requirements must be notified in advance. Valid only at the venue on the voucher. Valid Sun-Thu. £10 pp surcharge for Fri-Sat 5pm-8.45 pm. Excludes 25-26 Dec and 31 Dec 2018. Valid for an option purchased only. Verified using our merchant's website on 5 Sep 2018.
About No 11
Situated within a Georgian townhouse close to the Royal Terrace Gardens, No 11 Hotel and Brasserie provides accommodation and fine dining experiences. The venue features a number of fully equipped rooms and suites which blend modern and traditional styles. The brasserie is located on the ground floor and serves an array of breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes made of locally sourced produce whenever possible. Teas, coffees, bottled beers and wines are also on the cards.