Guests can sip Prosecco and enjoy British cuisine at this AA Rosette restaurant; mains include battered catch of the day and house sausage
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What You'll Get
Choose from Five Options
- £16.95 for a two-course lunch meal with a glass of Prosecco for one (up to 48% off)
- £31.95 for a two-course lunch meal with a glass of Prosecco for two (up to 51% off)
- £62.95 for a two-course lunch meal with a glass of Prosecco for four (up to 51% off)
- £16.95 for a two-course dinner meal with a glass of Prosecco for one (up to 44% off)
- £31.95 for a two-course dinner meal with a glass of Prosecco for two (up to 47% off)
£2 surcharge to upgrade to a main course up to the value of £18.95 for dinner
Starters available include: fresh panko calamari with a sweet chilli sauce, spring onion and coriander | chicken liver parfait with bread tuiles and red onion jam | twice-baked cheddar cheese soufflé with broccoli velouté and frisée | beetroot-cured salmon gravlax with caper berries, capers, beetroot purée and beetroot powder
Lunch mains available include: half-pound house sausage with buttered mash, red onion jam, gravy and crispy shallots | pan-roasted wild sea bass fillet with slow-roasted heritage tomatoes, Mersea samphire, spinach and gnocchi | slow roasted pork belly with chorizo spring greens, colcannon an an apple sauce | butternut squash, spinach and feta cheese in filo pastry, served with spiced yoghurt and a salad
Dinner mains available include: half-pound house sausage with buttered mash, red onion jam, gravy and crispy shallots | risotto of the day celebrating seasonal produce | Bishop Nick battered catch of the day with house chips, mushy peas, tartar and curry sauces | butternut squash, spinach and feta cheese in filo pastry, served with spiced yoghurt and a salad | lambs’ liver, smoked streaky bacon, mustard mash, onion gravy
See the full menu.
Attention foodies! There’s a new AA Rosette deal in town, and this time it does not require half the salary. One of the biggest struggles of a food lover is that fine dining usually demands exorbitant prices for fairly little actual grub - of excellent quality, yes, but it still hurts a little bit to spend a bazillion pounds on a tiny little starter plate. The best value-for-money option seems to be a discounted voucher. This fine-dining deal has got that covered.
Instead of a tiny taster portion, guests can now treat themselves to a fully customisable two-course lunch, consisting of such gourmet dishes as sea bass with samphire and gnocchi and lamb liver. This Chophouse Braintree deal is also inclusive of a glass of Prosecco per person, both for a perfect meal finish and to underscore the celebratory nature of the lunch. What’s the hold-up then - make up an anniversary or any other special occasion and eat up! It’s time to treat the tastebuds to an experience.
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 1 per 1, 2 or 4 people, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Mandatory booking required at least 24 hours in advance. Check availability here and book here. Present printed Groupon on arrival. 24-hour cancellation policy. May be repurchased every 30 days. Must be 18 or older. Menu is seasonal and subject to change. Valid for starters up to the value of £8.95, mains up to £16.95 for dinner and £18.95 for lunch, and Prosecco up to £4.42 per person. £2 surcharge to upgrade to a main course up to the value of £18.95 for dinner, payable to the merchant directly. Valid on option purchased only.
About The Chophouse Braintree
The Chophouse Braintree is an AA Rosette-awarded eatery situated in the centre of Braintree. The kitchen offers hearty British classics, Sunday roasts and a range of children's favourites. Fare is complemented by an international array of wines and plenty of beers, spirits and soft drinks. The interior sports brightly-coloured feature walls, leather seating and framed artwork, while the garden offers outdoor seating. The venue regularly plays host to live music, striving to support local talent. Private functions, whether modest or large, can be held in two distinct function rooms.