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 23 June, 2012