Throw off the shackles of the city and head into Surrey as we team up with the “lovely” Stovell’s in Chobham to bring you a fabulous prize. This countryside “gem” is offering one lucky Harden’s reader (and their companion) the chance to win a three course lunch or dinner for two with a bottle of wine chosen by the restaurant’s sommelier.
Fernando & Kristy Stovell’s ambitious two-year-old, in a contemporary conversion of a 16th-century farmhouse, impressed our reporters in the 2015 survey with its “creative” cuisine “with 10/10 for presentation” too.
Choose between this charming venue’s lunch and dinner menus, which include dishes like: Warm terrine of pressed hen, foie gras, golden raisins and woodruff; fillet of Yorkshire Roe deer carpaccio, jalapeño, mushrooms, tahoon and ponzu dashi; butter roasted Cornish cod, seeded breadcrumbs, charred cauliflower and mussels; nose-to-tail Hampshire rabbit, fermented turnips, pistachio, yarrow and chickweed purée; banana and almond tarte fine with dark chocolate ice cream and Amalfi lemon curd parfait, sable and meringue.
Or you could use your competition prize to try out the restaurant’s brand new Sunday lunch menu. To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize, just send an email to email@example.com entitled ‘Stovell’s competition’ with your name and phone number in the body of the message.
Terms & Conditions
â€¢ Prize to include three courses per person and a bottle of wine of the restaurant’s choice.
â€¢ Prize not to be redeemed on a Friday or Saturday night.
â€¢ Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Stovell’s competition’ in the subject line. Please include your name and phone number in the body of the message. The winner will be chosen at random from correct replies received by 23.59 on 27 March 2015, and will be notified by email.
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