By Travelzoo Staff
Cardiff's Park House restaurant was recently awarded an impressive two AA Rosettes, following the appointment of Michelin-starred Roger Jones as consultant chef. Now, two can dine on a 2-course lunch, plus a glass of bubbly each, for under £18 a head (saving 58% on the usual bill).
Why we love it
- A 2-course lunch for two in one of Cardiff's most renowned Grade I-listed buildings
- Pay £35 for two people to dine at Park House restaurant instead of the usual £83
- Park House holds two coveted AA Rosettes
- Michelin-starred Roger Jones was recently recruited as consultant chef
- A glass of bubbly each is also included
- Overlooks the stunning gardens of the National Museum Wales
- Three people can dine on all of the above for £53 instead of the usual £124.50
Oct. 5, 2012 - Feb. 8, 2013
Park House Cardiff
20 Park Place
Cardiff, CF10 3DQ
Tel: 0292 022 4343
- Lunch for two in this award-winning restaurant usually adds up to £83. Although menu items on the à la carte lunch menu are subject to change, here's what's currently on offer:
- - Any starter each; we like the sound of St Brides Bay lobster fish fingers with sate chutney, chilli ketchup and bombay spiced dust, or duck liver parfait with bara brith and quince jelly
- - A main course each, such as spiced lavender carver creedy duck with bonbon, potato and fennel purée and citrus orange scented sauce, or Kelmscott pork with Charles MacLoed black pudding, autumn vegetables and savory mustard sauce
- A complimentary pre-starter and a glass of bubbly each is also included.
- Three people can dine on the above offer for £53 -- that's £17.60 a head, saving over £71 on the usual price.
- Park House's consultant chef Roger Jones owns Wiltshire's Harrow at Little Bedwyn, which holds a Michelin star and a previous winner of the AA Restaurant of the Year accolade. He said his Park House vision was to "achieve Michelin-standard food in a city which has everything except a Michelin Star".
- Nestled within a Grade I-listed mansion, the restaurant's interior is a fine example of Gothic glamour. The building was designed by Victorian art architect William Burges in the 19th century.
- This offer is valid for lunch, Tuesday-Sunday, until 8 February, 2013
The small print
Update (11:50, 21/12/12): The restaurant is closed on Sundays throughout January and February. Valid for lunch only, Tuesday-Sunday between 12pm-2pm, until 8 February, 2013. Excludes the following dates in December: 1, 5-8, 13-26, 31. Also excludes January 1-2. Limited availability on Friday and Saturday. Excludes days on which major sporting events are taking place in Cardiff. See below for full terms and conditions.
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