£18 for a three course Russian meal for two at St. Petersburg Restaurant

The Russian tsars were famed for their opulence, much like the country’s extravagant taste in cuisine, which truly tantalises the taste buds. St. Petersburg’s in Manchester and their Duke Stroganoff menu is no exception, with a wide variety of dishes to choose from, and all at a delicious savings too! So come along and enjoy this fantastic foodie-friendly deal where you’ll pay just £18 for a delightful three-course Russian meal for two at this award winning restaurant.

St. Petersburg is located in the heart of Manchester and specialises in traditional Russian cuisine. You certainly won’t be going home feeling hungry after this edible extravaganza!

Please note: Bookings after 8pm on Fridays and Saturdays will incur a surcharge of £5 as the restaurant has live entertainment.

Three-Course Meal with a Glass of Brut for Two (£58) or Four (£116) People, or One Person (£29) at Michelin-Starred Restaurant

You’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve gone to food heaven at Michelin-starred restaurant, La Chapelle — renowned for serving up superb food in an elegant setting, this place is worth a visit. • For £58 get a three-course meal with a glass of brut each for two people. • For £116, four people can enjoy the same. • For £29, one person can dine. • You’ll be treated to a starter, main, and dessert from the menu du chef which features a variety of divine dishes. • Get things started with foie gras royale, port wine jelly, date purée, and lemon croutons or a salad of chargrilled mackerel, before tucking into mains such as braised pork cheeks, soft white polenta, and bacon, or risotto of wild garlic and grelot onions. • Dinner wouldn’t be dinner without a pudding, so get ready for delights such as iced parfait of Yorkshire rhubarb and blood orange or poached Crassane pear and pistachio cake. • Opened by acclaimed chef siblings Chris and Jeff Galvin, this classic Michelin-starred restaurant is situated on Spital Square — a short walk, (0.4 miles) from Liverpool Street station. • Visit for lunch Monday to Saturday and selected times for dinner Monday to Sunday. Please note dinner times Sunday to Wednesday start from 6 p.m, and Thursday to Saturday from 9:30 p.m. — see fine print for further details. • Only printed vouchers will be accepted. Looking to give something special? Discover hundreds of thoughtful, unique presents for everyone on your list — visit our Gift Shop! You can earn Tesco Clubcard points with your eligible LivingSocial purchases! Find out more.

£99 for a stately two-night Leicestershire break at Scalford Hall worth up to £250 – save up to 60% on bed and breakfast for two, plus a complimentary evening meal and a bottle of wine in the hotel’s Windsor Restaurant

As the home of perhaps the finest pork pies in all the land, it may not surprise you to learn that Melton Mowbray is often referred to as the UK’s ‘Rural Capital of Food’. But you may not know that this pretty town is also famous for its Stilton cheese and for being the place where the phrase ‘painting the town red’ was coined. Ah yes, there’s a lot more to Melton Mowbray than meets the eye, as you’ll find out soon…

The star of today’s kgbdeal is Scalford Hall, just a couple of miles outside Melton, where you can enjoy a stately two-night Leicestershire break for just £99. This marvellous package includes bed and breakfast for two, plus a complimentary evening meal and a bottle of wine in the hotel’s Windsor Restaurant. All this would usually set you back up to £250, which means we’re delivering a discount of up to 60% on the perfect opportunity to have your pie and eat it!

about Scalford Hall
Just three miles north of Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire, Scalford Hall offers an impressive base for a rural retreat. This grand hotel boasts 88 bedrooms that combine traditional features with modern comforts, many of which have views of the hotel’s extensive grounds. Guests can also enjoy The Windsor Restaurant, where the menu blends classic and contemporary cuisine with just a dash of continental inspiration.

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