Up to four can enjoy starters such as chicken liver pate and mains such as crispy confit duck leg and sip on a chosen drink
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £24.95 for a two-course meal with a choice of drink for two (up to 46% off)
£49.90 for a two-course meal with a choice of drink for four (up to 44% off)
Starters may include: basil marinated tomato and buffalo with mozzarella salad | chicken liver pate served with toast and onion chutney | crayfish cocktail with Marie Rose sauce and rustic bread | chicken, mushroom and tarragon soup served with warm rustic bread
Mains may include: crispy confit duck leg with hearty tomato and bean cassoulet and celeriac mash | balsamic poached beetroot, onion and goats with cheese tart, potato fries and dressed salad | chicken rendang with basmati rice, prawn crackers and sweet chilli sauce | Green Man burger with emmental, bacon, onion rings and BBQ sauce and fries
A selection of drinks for customers to choose from
- See the full menu here
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 10 per 2 or 4 people, may buy 10 additional as a gift. Mandatory booking required. Check availability here and book here. 48-hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older. Valid for option purchased only. Menu is seasonal and subject to change. Valid Mon midday-3pm, Tue-Sat midday-3pm and 6pm-9pm. Valid for starters up to value of £5.50 per person, mains up to a value of £12.95 per person and drinks up to a value of £4.50 per person.
About The Green Man
Situated just off the A12 between Maldon and Witham in Essex, The Green Man Public House boasts the idyllic setting of Little Braxted. They offer a selection of ales, fine wines and traditional country fare and cater to families, large groups and individuals alike, including walkers, cyclists and dog owners. Pets canget their own meals in a separate eating area, while guests travelling by car are welcome to advantage of plenty of parking available on site. The interior of this establishment is a balanced blend of old and new, with oak beams and log fires to keep visitors warm in the winter months.