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New restaurant50% off food billMaximum of 2 peopleBooking requiredSaturday restrictionAvailable December
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50% off at The Restaurant at Queen Charlotte

Situated on the edge of Andover, a mere stone’s throw from the North Wessex Downs Area of Natural Beauty, is the charming Queen Charlotte.

Acting equally well as a pub, bar and dining venue, The Queen Charlotte makes for a fantastic spot to visit with friends, family and even the pups.

Now accepting the tastecard, diners calling in advance can secure some superb savings off all food ordered, making an already lost costing meal and incredibly well priced feast.

Kick things off with one of the scrumptious starters, including the delectable grilled goat’s cheese, presented on a bed of marinated beetroot and wild rocket leaves, the tantalising smoked salmon, partnered with dressed salad leaves and a mildly curried egg, and the rich coarse pate, homemade and accompanied with a red onion chutney.

Carry onto the main course, where there’s the option to indulge with several carveries or choose from selections like the hearty, freshly made Walton pie, the classic oven cooked salmon fillet or the succulent 8oz rib eye steak, paired with sautéed potatoes.

There are also some beloved British classics for desserts, such as the heavenly chocolate fudge brownie and the wondrous homemade banoffee pie, should there still be room in the guest’s stomach, ensuring that they can savour everything they need from a brilliant British meal at The Queen Charlotte.

Important Information

Please Note: The Queen Charlotte will be closed for renovations between 03/01/17 and 20/01/17.

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