The Commonwealth is a union of governments with shared goals of a better world. However, if you want to see a union of exotic flavours skilfully combined to make exquisite cuisine, it's the The Commonwealth Kitchen you're after. Pay just £34 for a meal for two including starters, mains, and a glass of Jacques Cartier Brut champagne each with today's deal from the restaurant, which is located a short stroll from Trafalgar Square and Whitehall, near the Thames (up to a £68 value). The menu forms an eclectic mix of favoured European dishes seasoned with ingredients from all over the Commonwealth, such as: a spiced tuna, foie gras, crispy quail's egg, and cider jelly starter; and a pan-seared coley, roast polenta, chorizo, curly kale, and blood orange butter for main course. The Commonwealth Kitchen was formed in 1868 as a forum for the exchange of ideas and the discussion of international matters, and, despite it's beautiful Victorian façade, it now boasts a contemporary, modern interior. Be as one with the 'Buy Now' button, and strive for the best dining experience possible.
Enjoy By June 23, 2012
The Commonwealth Kitchen
Two Starters, Two Mains, and Two Glasses of Champagne
- from £34