Looks like you can get a pretty good 2 course meal here for a fiver!
£5 for £20 worth of classic British food made with local ingredients and fresh seasonal produce at the stylish Zacharys at Fulneck - Save 75%
Fulneck was originally a trading post for the settlers who came to England from Czechoslovakia in 1744 and, as such, is steeped with history and intrigue. It is also a beautiful and serene area which sports Pudsey's best kept secret - Zachary's at Fulneck. The building itself is listed, oozing charm and heightening the sense of warmth and tradition that is ever present on Zachary's menu of classic British cuisine. The choices are all so mouth watering you'll struggle to decide what to eat: Lobster, Saffron and Feve Risotto (£10.50) is a great way to start off the meal. If you want something slightly less expensive then the Loin of Rabbit wrapped in Parma Ham (£9) served with a Cauliflower and Tarragon Risotto and White Truffle Oil. Alternatively the Duck Egg Lasagne (£6.50) with Spinach, Wild Mushroom and Parmesan Cheese sauce will get you prepared for the fantastic mains.
If you're willing to splash out then the Game Three Ways (£24) - Holme farmed Venison, Wild Partridge, Wild Duck, braised red cabbage, honeyed baby parsnips, carrot puree, chestnut, wild mushrooms and thyme sauce - is a perfect main meal (and well worth it too)! Another great option is the Wild North Atlantic Baby Halibut (£16.95) with new potato, baby leek salad, poached egg, wholegrain mustard and Chervil dressing. And you will not be disappointed with the desserts either: Irish Whiskey Cream Bread and Butter Pudding (£6) with sauce Anglaise and Chocolate ice cream.
Run by husband and wife, Zachary and Diane, this restaurant brings you an exquisite dining experience that you will love, food that you can't get enough of and a night you will never forget. This Groupon may not allow you eat the kitchen dry, but it will certainly make it a whole lot easier!
What people are saying...
"It could be argued that "hidden gems" should remain so, enjoyed by the lucky few who know their whereabouts; but some jewels shine too brightly not to be shared. Local and seasonal are the watchwords here, with rabbit, Eshelby beef and pork making an appearance. Smoked haddock fishcake, poached hen's egg with wholegrain mustard dressing was my friend's first course; the cake bursting with flavour and a fat chunk of fish in every mouthful. It's another first time experience for me to eat braised beef risotto, broad beans and horseradish cream, and what a baptism! Divinely tender meat, perfectly cooked rice and a fluffy cloud of creamed horseradish to use my mother's expression 'light as angel's wings'." YORKSHIRE POST