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Grounds Entry and Traditional or Sparkling Afternoon Tea for Two at Stoneleigh Abbey (Up to 48%Off)
Grounds Entry and Afternoon Tea
Estate Office, Stoneleigh Abbey, Kenilworth 4.8 km
4.1
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76 Ratings
£53.90 from£28.00
48% discount_off
For two: afternoon tea and grounds entry; valid Mon-Thu
Afternoon Tea for Two or Four with Optional Winter Pimm's or Prosecco at Heart of England Events (Up to 30% Off)
Afternoon Tea for Two
Meriden Road, Fillongley, Coventry 5.6 km
4.6
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153 Ratings
£25.90 from£18.00
30% discount_off
For two: afternoon tea; valid Monday-Friday
Afternoon Tea for Two at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill, Multiple Locations (Up to 39% Off)
Traditional Afternoon Tea for Two
14 Locations 5.7 km
4.3
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106 Ratings
£39.90 from£24.95
37% discount_off
Bridgwater: Prosecco afternoon tea for two
Classic or Vegetarian Afternoon Tea Box Delivery from Piglets Pantry ( 36% Off)
Afternoon Tea Box Delivery
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4.7
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2,484 Ratings
£30.00 from£19.00
36% discount_off
Classic afternoon tea box for two; delivery fee: £5.95 or £8 for Saturday deliveries
£20 or £30 Toward Indian Cuisine at Bengal Brasserie (Up to 40% Off)
£20 Toward Indian Cuisine
349-351 Kenilworth Rd, Balsall Common 5.9 km
4.6
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103 Ratings
£20.00 from£12.00
40% discount_off
£20 to spend on Indian cuisine, valid Monday - Thursday and Sunday
Two-Course Sunday Carvery With Wine For Two or Four at The Plough Inn
Sunday Carvery With Wine For Two
12 Main Street, Leicestershire 42.4 km
4.2
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37 Ratings
£30.60 from£19.99
34% discount_off
Two-course Sunday carvery with wine for two
Up to 40% Off on Afternoon Tea at Alfie's cafe
Up to 40% Off on Afternoon Tea at Alfie's cafe
Dark Lane, Hatton 10.3 km
4.9
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8 Ratings
£30.00 from£19.00
36% discount_off
Prosecco Afternoon tea for two; Monday-Friday; must be 18 or older
Four-Course Indian Meal with Sides for Two or Four at Romna (Up to 47% Off)
Four-Course Indian Meal
39 Albert St, Rugby 10.9 km
4.4
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28 Ratings
£46.70 from£24.95
46% discount_off
For two: four-course Indian meal with a choice of starter, main, side and rice or naan bread
Two- or Three-Course Meal for Two at Café Rouge, Nationwide (Up to 49% Off)
Two-Course Meal for Two
23 Locations 16.9 km
4.3
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621 Ratings
£44.20 from£24.95
43% discount_off
Two-course meal for two; must be 16 or older
Up to 47% Off on Restaurant Specialty - Doner Kebab / Gyro at Grillz Grillhouse
Restaurant Specialty - Doner Kebab / Gyro at Grillz Grillhouse
51 Birchfield Road, Birmingham 17.7 km
4.6
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19 Ratings
£32.28 from£17.00
47% discount_off
Grillz Famous Mixed Kebabish Meal for 2 with a soft drink or mocktail - Halal
Three-Course Set Menu Indian Meal with a Soft Drink for Two or Four at Badshah Palace Restaurant (Up to 48% Off)
Three-Course Indian Meal for Two
Wallsall Road Great Barr, Birmingham 19.2 km
£56.00 from£29.00
48% discount_off
For two: three-course Indian meal with a soft drink; valid 7 days a week
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£30 or £50 to Spend on Italian Food at Sovrano Caffe Nuneaton (50% Off)
£30 Toward Italian Menu
Sovrano Caffe, Nuneaton, Coventry 8.2 km
5.0
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4 Ratings
£30.00 from£15.00
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£30 to spend on Italian menu
Two-Course Meal for Two at 100 Degrees East
Two-Course Meal for Two
88 Saint Mary's Row, Birmingham 15.9 km
4.6
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28 Ratings
£44.00 £22.00
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Two-course meal for two

Restaurants in Coventry: things to know before you go

Coventry is now deep into a comeback thanks to its booming universities and a blossoming cultural scene. The food and drink options available have grown along with the city. Here’s everything you need to know about restaurants in Coventry.

What are the best restaurants in Coventry?

Coventry has plenty of variety when it comes to posh restaurants and cosy cafes in the city centre and further afield. We’ve picked a few favourites among locals covering some very different types of traditional cooking.

  • 2 Tone Cafe & Simmer Down is a superb family-run, community restaurant serving Caribbean cuisine that will make your mouth pop. If you get lucky, you might run across one of the big names of the 2 tone music scene.
  • Ristorante Da Vinci in Earlsdon isn’t trying to reinvent the wheel. It simply serves well-cooked Italian food in a smart, family-run environment.
  • The Greyhound Inn out in Sutton Stop is an old canalside boozer that’s dog-friendly and packed with character. It dates back to the early 1800s and the copper pots hanging by the fireplace might just have been there the entire time. A great spot for classic pub grub.

How do you make a naan bread?

Naan is a leavened flatbread traditionally cooked in an oven. To make it in the traditional way you would need a tandoor oven, which is a cylindrical clay or metal oven which is historically heated with wood or charcoal.

At a quality Indian restaurant such as Punjab Grill and Balti House, you can order a number of types of naan bread including:

  • Plain
  • Peshwari
  • Keema
  • Cheese
  • Garlic
  • Chilli

As such, it stands to reason that naan bread isn’t a dish with a definitive recipe. Some recipes use fast acting yeast while others make use of a starter culture like that used in sourdough bread. Others replace any type of yeast with baking powder. Some use plain flour while others opt for bread flour (which, with its higher protein content, will produce a chewier texture).

When it comes to cooking, the best substitute for a tandoor is a very hot, dry pan – the heavier the better and a cast iron griddle would be ideal.

The Guardian has a great account of the naan bread’s intricacies.

Where can I get authentic Indian food in Coventry?

As neighbours of Birmingham, birthplace of the Balti, Indian restaurants in Coventry are top-notch. With Birmingham’s stellar reputation they have a lot to live up to. Fortunately, they know how to step up to the plate! Here are three of the best:

  • Blue Orchid offers a couple of different ways to heat up your taste buds. It serves both Indian and Thai food – ideal for groups who just can’t choose and it’s good at both sides of the equation.
  • The Punjab Grill & Balti House serves rich Indian dishes in a very contemporary environment, and you’re well placed for a post-curry pint if you’ve got any room left.
  • Masala Jacks in Holbrooks puts a lot of emphasis on its grill, with delicious dishes like a tikka steak. It’s all about good meat cooked well.

What’s the best British dessert?

I’s a question that’s up for debate, as of course, it’s a matter of personal taste. Here is a selection of some of the best British desserts:

Sticky toffee pudding – a much-loved hearty pud, there’s nothing quite like a sticky toffee pudding and custard to finish off a meal in style. When this little gem is on the menu, other desserts don’t stand a chance.

Eton mess – fruity, light and refreshing, this magical, meringue-based desert is a British summer classic featuring strawberries, whipped cream and delicious crumbling pieces of meringue.

Treacle tart – so sweet you can almost taste the calories, treacle tart goes down a treat hot or cold. The only question left is whether to have yours with ice cream or cream?

Bakewell tart – originating in the northern town of Bakewell in the Peak District, this tasty almond topped treat is usually found in bakeries.