Feast on an Indian meal for four people from Ashoka at the Quay for £17, worth up to £51.80 – save up to 67%!

One of the best things about all the different cultures on the planet is the rich and diverse cuisine we can gorge ourselves on. This week, we’ve had Thai, Afghani, German, Polish, good old traditional Scottish, Tibetan, Italian and maybe we even snuck in a visit to an American fast food joint that we won’t name, and only because we were starving. But rarely does anyone pass up the scrumptious succulence and spices of Indian cuisine…

Enjoy an Indian meal for four for just £17 at Ashoka at the Quay. Choose from either pilau or boiled rice each to go with any main from the Old Favourites, House Specialities, Vegetarian Dishes and Chef’s Specialities sections of their extensive menu. Save up to 67%! 

agent b’s pick of the menu…
mains

- Lamb Lahori Karahi 
Traditional style Lahori lamb cooked to perfection
using fresh garlic, chopped onions, yoghurt and Lahori spices
- Butter Chicken
Chicken breast cooked in the clay oven then tossed
in a rich creamy, buttery, tomato gravy
- Coconut Murgh But But 
Breast of chicken barbequed with tandoori spices and simmered in a rich coconut Masala
- Tawa Lamb Chops 
Authentic lamb chops cooked on a tawa by our master
chef’s to give it a soft and succulent flavour

 
about Ashoka at the Quay…

Indian cuisine should be a culinary adventure and in Ashoka at the Quay the food is most certainly the star of the show. You’ll find a delicious range of authentic Indian dishes to choose from their mouth-watering menu.


£32 for a spine-tingling two-and-a-half hour London ghost walk for four people, including a boat ride, worth £80 from Great British Tours – enjoy this awesome deal and save 60% if you dare!

By day, London’s a modern city. Bright lights, busy traffic, commuters and tourists. But by night, our ancient capital is a city of creeping horrors and frightful secrets – its winding streets shrouded in eerie fog, its landmarks haunted by peculiar lingering figures whispering unearthly warnings. Do you dare to enter this urban maze of forgotten murders, wandering spirits and unforgettable frights – at a 60% discount?

Step up, guys, gals, and ghouls – today’s kgbdeal entitles you to a night of splendid shivers and heart-stopping heebie-jeebies. We’ve picked you up a 2.5hr ghost walk across London for four people, including a gorgeous night-time boat ride down the Thames to the Tower of London. En route, you’ll learn about the paranormal perils of the city, from the tale of St Magnus the Martyr to the mysterious Woman In Black. The only thing about this deal that isn’t terrifying is the price – it’ll cost you just £32, 60% off.

about Great British Tours
Great British Tours offer a vast variety of entertaining and exciting tours across the UK, from London to Scotland, incorporating everything from urban graffiti and Stonehenge to Downton Abbey and chocolate!


£16 for a spine-tingling two-and-a-half hour London ghost walk for two people, including a boat ride, worth £40 from Great British Tours – enjoy this awesome deal and save 60% if you dare!

By day, London’s a modern city. Bright lights, busy traffic, commuters and tourists. But by night, our ancient capital is a city of creeping horrors and frightful secrets – its winding streets shrouded in eerie fog, its landmarks haunted by peculiar lingering figures whispering unearthly warnings. Do you dare to enter this urban maze of forgotten murders, wandering spirits and unforgettable frights – at a 60% discount?

Step up, guys, gals, and ghouls – today’s kgbdeal entitles you to a night of splendid shivers and heart-stopping heebie-jeebies. We’ve picked you up a 2.5hr ghost walk across London for two people, including a gorgeous night-time boat ride down the Thames to the Tower of London. En route, you’ll learn about the paranormal perils of the city, from the tale of St Magnus the Martyr to the mysterious Woman In Black. The only thing about this deal that isn’t terrifying is the price – it’ll cost you just £16, 60% off.

about Great British Tours
Great British Tours offer a vast variety of entertaining and exciting tours across the UK, from London to Scotland, incorporating everything from urban graffiti and Stonehenge to Downton Abbey and chocolate!


£39 for a full gas boiler service with CP12 certificate and a check up on up to three gas appliances, worth up to £150 with JR Domestic Gas – save up to 74%

Anyone familiar with the film ‘Zoolander’ will know the legendary quote “Moisture is the essence of wetness, and wetness is the essence of beauty”. It may sound like a load of nonsense but anyone who’s had to go without water for washing at home will soon discover they can look (and smell) pretty bad, pretty quickly. That’s why looking after your boiler is a must… 

To that end we’ve joined forces with the gas and plumbing legends at Advance Gas & Plumbing at JR Domestic Gas, including a CP12 certificate and a check up on up to three gas appliances. It’s the perfect way to ensure you’re nice and snug through the chilly nights, and it’ll cost you just £39 with this kgbdeal – up to 74% off the usual price!

about JR Domestic Gas
The friendly team at JR Domestic Gas are fully qualified, insured and Gas Safe registered or NICEIC certified to give you maximum piece of mind. Their attention to detail, professionalism and dependability sets apart from their competitors so you can be sure to receive a job well done!


£39 for an online certified nutritionist training course, worth £330 from Hypnotherapy Centre of Excellence – save 88%

Fad diets have taken over the world. From Atkins to Weight Watchers, down to juice fasting and eating nothing but raw cabbage, we put a lot of trust in what could ostensibly be nonsense! With today’s kgbdeal, you can work that out for yourself, and impart your nutritional wisdom to the world.

We’ve teamed up with the Hypnotherapy Centre of Excellence to offer a 14-module online nutritionist course for just £39. After successful completion, you’ll be fully qualified to go out into the world and get insured as a practicing nutritionist, after unravelling the all-consuming complexities of what we humans, well, consume. Normally costing £330, a massive 88% saving should be easy to swallow! Find out more here >>

about Hypnotherapy Centre of Excellence
The Hypnotherapy Centre of Excellence is ILM- and BIH-approved and offers Hypnotherapy Certification, as well as NLP, nutritionist and training in marketing.


£19 for a full head of colour or a half head of highlights, plus a restyle and conditioning treatment worth up to £62 at The Cheveux Boutique – save up to 69%

If you turn green with envy every time you think of those L’Oréal hair ads then you’ll want to invest in today’s kgbdeal. You’ll be saying you’re worth it faster than Cheryl Cole can sway her silky smooth popstrel locks from side to side when you luxuriate in today’s fabulous hair package!

You too can look smug and say ‘I’m worth it’ with discount of up to 69% on a full head of colour or half a head of highlights. Plus you’ll get a cut, finish and conditioning treatment at The Cheveux Boutique and be equally delighted at spending £19 instead of up to £62!

about The Cheveux Boutique
Stylists Sam and Gemma aim to offer a unique luxury hair and beauty experience at The Cheveux Boutique. From cutting to colouring, they’ll create your desired look and can also offer you a selection of beauty treatments to complement your new hair!


Feast on an Indian meal for two people from Ashoka at the Quay for £9, worth up to £25.90 – save up to 65%!

One of the best things about all the different cultures on the planet is the rich and diverse cuisine we can gorge ourselves on. This week, we’ve had Thai, Afghani, German, Polish, good old traditional Scottish, Tibetan, Italian and maybe we even snuck in a visit to an American fast food joint that we won’t name, and only because we were starving. But rarely does anyone pass up the scrumptious succulence and spices of Indian cuisine…

Enjoy an Indian meal for two for just £9 at Ashoka at the Quay. Choose from either pilau or boiled rice each to go with any main from the Old Favourites, House Specialities, Vegetarian Dishes and Chef’s Specialities sections of their extensive menu. Save up to 67%! 

agent b’s pick of the menu…
mains

- Lamb Lahori Karahi 
Traditional style Lahori lamb cooked to perfection using fresh garlic, chopped onions, yoghurt and Lahori spices
- Butter Chicken
Chicken breast cooked in the clay oven then tossed in a rich creamy, buttery, tomato gravy
- Coconut Murgh But But 
Breast of chicken barbequed with tandoori spices and simmered in a rich coconut Masala
- Tawa Lamb Chops 
Authentic lamb chops cooked on a tawa by our master chefs to give it a soft and succulent flavour

 
about Ashoka at the Quay…

Indian cuisine should be a culinary adventure and in Ashoka at the Quay the food is most certainly the star of the show. You’ll find a delicious range of authentic Indian dishes to choose from their mouth-watering menu.


Step into the wizarding world of Harry Potter for £32 with a three-hour Potter walking tour of London for four, including a Thames boat ride, worth £20 from The Celebrity Planet – save 60% on a magical experience with fellow Potter-mad muggles

Devout Potterheads, rise up from your doldrums and wipe the tears from your eyes (seriously it’s been six years) – the story may have finished, but the memories live on. In London. In our very capital. So grab your brooms, kgbdeals fans, you’re going to want to see this…

A Harry Potter walking tour of London, taking in the sights, sounds, smells and spells of the locations and inspirations behind the films and books, for just £32 from The Celebrity Planet. A three-hour tour as mad as a game of Quidditch, as magical as the Sorting Hat includes a Thames boat ride and landmarks galore – it’s really a great way to see the capital. Normally costing £80, save yourself 60% with this real-life Harry Potter Time-Turner.

what you’ll see…
- The cinema where each of the Harry Potter films had its world premiere
- The cafe attack (The Deathly Hallows)
- The Seven Potters Battle in the London sky (The Deathly Hallows)
- The real thoroughfare on which Diagon Alley was based
- Platform 9¾! Where Hogwart’s students alone can catch the Hogwart’s Express
- Walk across the bridge destroyed by Lord Voldemort’s Death Eaters (Half-Blood Prince)
- The entrance to the Leaky Cauldron that Harry and Hagrid entered on their way to Diagon – Alley (Sorcerers Stone / Philosophers Stone)
- The entrance to the Leaky Cauldron where the Knight Bus dropped Harry off (Prisoner of Azkaban)
- The visitors’ entrance to the Ministry of Magic (Order of the Phoenix/Deathly Hallows).
- And more

about The Celebrity Planet
Specialising in making everyone’s favourite stories and icons accessible to the world, The Celebrity Planet offers tours throughout London and New York, from Jack the Ripper to Sex and the City.


Step into the wizarding world of Harry Potter for £16 with a three-hour Potter walking tour of London for two, including a Thames boat ride, worth £20 from The Celebrity Planet – save 60% on a magical experience with fellow Potter-mad muggles

Devout Potterheads, rise up from your doldrums and wipe the tears from your eyes (seriously it’s been six years) – the story may have finished, but the memories live on. In London. In our very capital. So grab your brooms, kgbdeals fans, you’re going to want to see this…

A Harry Potter walking tour of London, taking in the sights, sounds, smells and spells of the locations and inspirations behind the films and books, for just £16 from The Celebrity Planet. A three-hour tour as mad as a game of Quidditch, as magical as the Sorting Hat includes a Thames boat ride and landmarks galore – it’s really a great way to see the capital. Normally costing £40, save yourself 60% with this real-life Harry Potter Time-Turner.

what you’ll see…
- The cinema where each of the Harry Potter films had its world premiere
- The cafe attack (The Deathly Hallows)
- The Seven Potters Battle in the London sky (The Deathly Hallows)
- The real thoroughfare on which Diagon Alley was based
- Platform 9¾! Where Hogwart’s students alone can catch the Hogwart’s Express
- Walk across the bridge destroyed by Lord Voldemort’s Death Eaters (Half-Blood Prince)
- The entrance to the Leaky Cauldron that Harry and Hagrid entered on their way to Diagon – Alley (Sorcerers Stone / Philosophers Stone)
- The entrance to the Leaky Cauldron where the Knight Bus dropped Harry off (Prisoner of Azkaban)
- The visitors’ entrance to the Ministry of Magic (Order of the Phoenix/Deathly Hallows).
- And more

about The Celebrity Planet
Specialising in making everyone’s favourite stories and icons accessible to the world, The Celebrity Planet offers tours throughout London and New York, from Jack the Ripper to Sex and the City.


Step into the wizarding world of Harry Potter for £9 with a three-hour Potter walking tour of London, including a Thames boat ride, worth £20 from The Celebrity Planet – save 55% on a magical experience with fellow Potter-mad muggles

Devout Potterheads, rise up from your doldrums and wipe the tears from your eyes (seriously it’s been six years) – the story may have finished, but the memories live on. In London. In our very capital. So grab your brooms, kgbdeals fans, you’re going to want to see this…

A Harry Potter walking tour of London, taking in the sights, sounds, smells and spells of the locations and inspirations behind the films and books, for just £9 from The Celebrity Planet. A three-hour tour as mad as a game of Quidditch, as magical as the Sorting Hat includes a Thames boat ride and landmarks galore – it’s really a great way to see the capital. Normally costing £20, save yourself 55% with this real-life Harry Potter Time-Turner.

what you’ll see…
- The cinema where each of the Harry Potter films had its world premiere
- The cafe attack (The Deathly Hallows)
- The Seven Potters Battle in the London sky (The Deathly Hallows)
- The real thoroughfare on which Diagon Alley was based
- Platform 9¾! Where Hogwart’s students alone can catch the Hogwart’s Express
- Walk across the bridge destroyed by Lord Voldemort’s Death Eaters (Half-Blood Prince)
- The entrance to the Leaky Cauldron that Harry and Hagrid entered on their way to Diagon – Alley (Sorcerers Stone / Philosophers Stone)
- The entrance to the Leaky Cauldron where the Knight Bus dropped Harry off (Prisoner of Azkaban)
- The visitors’ entrance to the Ministry of Magic (Order of the Phoenix/Deathly Hallows).
- And more

about The Celebrity Planet
Specialising in making everyone’s favourite stories and icons accessible to the world, The Celebrity Planet offers tours throughout London and New York, from Jack the Ripper to Sex and the City.