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Fine Dining at a High Quality Restaurant in Coventry


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Like many cities throughout the UK Coventry is steeped in history; but also like the vast majority of towns and cities, from Edinburgh to Swansea and Southampton to Doncaster, it’s full of chain restaurants which serve similar dishes, with only the prices varying. However, between all the chain restaurants Coventry, there’s an establishment which stands out as it offers a unique fine dining experience which will tease and tantalise all your senses and emotions, without coming with the price tag which you may expect.

Whether you live, work or are just visiting Coventry or any of the surrounding areas, this restaurant are situated in the perfect location, just off the A45 between Birmingham and Coventry, for you to enjoy a first rate fine dining Birmingham experience – from the food right through to the service and setting.


Whatever your pallet, their head chef and his team are guaranteed to create a masterpiece for your taste buds to revel in. You might opt for one of their inclusive meals which comprise dishes such as:

• Salmon with mango and chilli salsa on a bed of wilted spinach.

• Cassoulet of mushrooms, ratatouille and asparagus with a tomato and basil sauce.

• Cheese, chutney and homemade bread.

Or perhaps you’d chooser their A La Carté menu, which includes starters such as, ham hock terrine with fried quail eggs, matchstick fries and pea puree. Main dishes including the mouth watering caramelised skate wing with wilted spinach, chorizo, baby capers and lemon nut butter and a wide selection of deserts. It’s clear to see that you’ll be guaranteed to be treated to dishes which tantalise your senses and leave you wanting more.

Service and Setting:

The front of house staff at this establishment serve every dish in a polite and friendly manner, complete with a smile. They’re also extremely attentive meaning that throughout your experience with them, you never go without anything that you require to ensure your meal is a success.

Between courses you can marvel at the stunning decor of their restaurant, which has been designed to complement the food whilst providing a homely feel. From seats which are designed to take the weight off your feet and allow you to sit comfortably, to décor which provides a warm feel no matter what the weather outside.

Instead of fighting with your freezer to find something to cook after a hard day at work; why not book a table at this restaurant Coventry and enjoy the fine dining experience of dishes which have been cooked to order using fresh, high quality produce.


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