THE RITZ, 3 course dinner/lunch menu + glass of champagne £45 per person, Bookatable
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THE RITZ, 3 course dinner/lunch menu + glass of champagne £45 per person, Bookatable

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Found 6th Sep 2013
Please do not vote cold just because its not in your budget.

This is fantastic value and a wonderful opportunity to have a really special night out, never to forget at a really great price.

This place has amazing reviews on tripadvisor and in top 50 in London, the amazing reviews are endless.
I appreciate the deal is not for everybody budgetwise, but this would cost you alot-lot more without a fantastic deal like this. You can book online via the link.

Just to breakdown the approx savings:

A glass of champers cost £20+ alone, starters approx £20 and main courses approx £40, most deserts are £15, this would total approx £95 per person + service =£105....So this would make a substantial saving at only £45 including service.


Availability
Available lunch Mon - Sat & dinner Sun - Fri until 30th September, subject to availability. Dishes from a set menu and subject to change. Includes VAT & service.

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Sample Menu, 3 courses:

A glass of champagne on arrival +

Dressed Crab Roll Avocado and Charentais Melon
New Season Pea Soup
Ham Hock and Quail Egg
Var Salmon
Cauliflower and Chive Sabayon
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John Dory
Sea Vegetables, Cauliflower,
Brown Shrimp and Shellfish Sauce
Loin of Lamb
Tomato, Aubergine and Artichokes
Breast of Duck
Heritage Carrots, Orange, Duck Liver
and Summer Truffle
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Spiced Apple Soufflé
Raisin Ice Cream
Vanilla Yoghurt Panacotta
Lime and Vanilla Sorbet

106 Comments

Great offer, not sure if the likes of HUK dealers will be let in though

;-)
Edited by: "DonkeyKonk" 6th Sep 2013

LOL, I see it now......

Wayne and waynette slob going in there wearing track suits, asking other customers to take pictures of them while they eat like pigs and burping out aloud...

That I would pay to see

Edited by: "Creatzy" 6th Sep 2013

Btw I add heat, because £90 to go in one of the most famous restaurant in London and look at the beautiful decor worth it alone.
Edited by: "Creatzy" 6th Sep 2013

Not in my budget.. so Cold!!..
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Only Joking.. very good deal!!!8)

really good deal, if I'd not just been to London to try nobu, I'd be on it. saying that I don't need to stay over so so may check out train prices!!

I had tea there and their dress code is formal wear only. The venue was alright but their tea wasn't the best so you are mainly going to enjoy the experience.

Will like to try their lunch/dinner one day; if only I could ever get a date

johnraggett

really good deal, if I'd not just been to London to try nobu, I'd be on … really good deal, if I'd not just been to London to try nobu, I'd be on it. saying that I don't need to stay over so so may check out train prices!!



Zoltaneering much?

DannyBoy11

Zoltaneering much?



Eh?

Where was I bragging and yes I did have to google Zoltaneering.

All Saturday's gone!!

I paid this price for afternoon tea and a sandwich at the Ritz. This is a great deal

johnraggett

Eh?Where was I bragging and yes I did have to google Zoltaneering.



I'd visit, but I've just been to London for lunch with the PM and I won't be back until I get back from the ISS in 6 months.

We went for afternoon tea and it was excellent, we paid £50 odd just for that and the service is outstanding and I was stuffed by the end of it.

Banned

Does the restaurant hold any Michelin stars?

Hot!

If I lived in London I would be snapping this up.

Voting cold, not because its not in my budget but because going to the Ritz pretending to be posh, upper class and rich by visiting the Ritz is one of the most Hyacinth Bucket things you can do.

Banned

yay i get to pretend to be rich for a day.

Awesome deal ..... am sorely tempted - luckily just had lunch so not that bothered about food, otherwise id be booking!

aibon

Voting cold, not because its not in my budget but because going to the … Voting cold, not because its not in my budget but because going to the Ritz pretending to be posh, upper class and rich by visiting the Ritz is one of the most Hyacinth Bucket things you can do.



Wow how insecure are you oO

Lovely restaurant at a great price, think I may spoil the wife, heat added

HOT but no proles pleaaaaaaaaaaasssee.




johnraggett

..if I'd not just been to London to try nobu...

johnraggett

...if I'd not just been to London to try nobu...



Found it for you.

aibon

Voting cold, not because its not in my budget but because going to the … Voting cold, not because its not in my budget but because going to the Ritz pretending to be posh, upper class and rich by visiting the Ritz is one of the most Hyacinth Bucket things you can do.



You're a tard mate. Majority of people go for the food, because it's worth paying the money. Nothing to do with pretending to be rich.

hybridoriental

Does the restaurant hold any Michelin stars?



Nope

Fair enough, not intentional, just like my fine dining foods, and gutted I can't take advantage of this offer because of the above!

aibon

Voting cold, not because its not in my budget but because going to the … Voting cold, not because its not in my budget but because going to the Ritz pretending to be posh, upper class and rich by visiting the Ritz is one of the most Hyacinth Bucket things you can do.



I going because i like nice food - and dont have an inferiority complex!

Banned

This is not a saving, the set menu costs this much all the time, you can book on the hotel website. Food is good, the dining room and pianist are excellent, a few of the older ladies dress like the queen so you can pretend to be all regal, staff are good but not passionate, if you want to experience service like no other try le gavroche, lunch price is about the same with wine but waiting list is long now i think.

Who in their right mind pays £20 for pea soup? This deal is a good price for venue but that menu has such little choice I'd rather go somewhere else.

aibon

Voting cold, not because its not in my budget but because going to the … Voting cold, not because its not in my budget but because going to the Ritz pretending to be posh, upper class and rich by visiting the Ritz is one of the most Hyacinth Bucket things you can do.


I'm voting hot because i am posh upper class and filthy rich, I just hope the place is not full of paupers.

Mrs Thatcher died there, wonder what she had for dinner ?

Original Poster

doomterrier

This is not a saving, the set menu costs this much all the time.



Thats not true, The set menu dinner with champagne costs alot more via their website

great deal, looks like no veggie option, shame!

have some heat

What, no burgers?

My son's a chav, thanks!

Banned

They are very often running an option for around this price, you can call and ask for special offers anytime. Anyway i went at this price so i thought it was an alright deal but the menu is limited and not very special, if you are really
In to your food go elsewhere but if you enjoy a wetherspoons meal this will blow your mind

Think if you enjoy wetherspoons food - u might well blow the Ritz mind when u turn up.

This is one of the great pleasures in life and accessible to most.

Yes it makes you feel a litle "posh". Although all around you know that you are riff raff.

You come across the odd dud. But generally the grand London hotels are great.

I went to the Langham recently and the service was so nice and personal. The restaurant amazing to sit and just take it in.
The food was a bit gourmet but nice nonetheless.

Have a treat and enjoy it.

I took this deal back in June, its certainly is an experience, certainly worth it.

Remember the cheapest room is about £1,300

Thanks op! Voted super
Hot from me !!

Original Poster

doomterrier

if you enjoy a wetherspoons meal this will blow your mind



Its really for the whole experience, but honestly.... what a ridiculous statement!

cold could get 10 mcdonalds meals for that much, would last me for two months of eating out at least

DannyBoy11

Zoltaneering much?



I just had to google zoltaneering

An example of zoltaneering:
"How do you park a Bentley close enough to the entrance of the Ivy so that my Peruvian model girlfriend doesn't get her hair wet when it rains? Thanks in advance"

......I don't own a Bentley oO

......Peruvian model girlfriend doesn't like them
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