Win Dinner for two to the value of £150 at Trinity or Upstairs at Trinity

_O2A3604We’ve teamed up with Adam Byatt and his “outstanding yet unassuming” restaurant Trinity (long considered one of the finest in London) to offer one lucky Harden’s reader the chance to win an exquisite dinner for two to the value of £150.

This is to celebrate the re-opening of Trinity which has just undergone a stunning refurbishment and the launch of Upstairs – a completely new dining space.

Downstairs, while no changes have been made to Trinity’s ethos and culture (“seasonal ingredients prepared with great flair”), an outside dining area on the newly created Clapham Old Town ‘urban piazza’ has been created, and an open plan kitchen installed. Delicious dishes on the menu include: Pig’s Trotter with Gribiche, Lemon Sole baked in Seaweed Butter and Roast Grouse with White Polenta and Blackberries.

Upstairs is a completely new casual dining space on the first floor where the “small plates” style menu changes daily. Wooden communal dining tables are set along new picture windows with views onto the Old Town piazza and dishes are all cooked to order from an open island kitchen. Sample dishes on the menu ‘Upstairs’ include: Roast Chestnut Salad, bbq Squid and Gremolata, Crab Thermidor, Game Broth,  Radishes and Turbot Roe and Quince and Cardamom Granita.

To be in with a chance of winning this prize, just answer this simple question:

Where in London is Byatt’s lauded Trinity restaurant?

 A: Balham B: Wandsworth C: Battersea D: Clapham

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trinityTerms & Conditions

• Prize to the value of £150 to be used by for two people at either Trinity or Upstairs at Trinity.

• Subject to availability.

• Prize to be taken within one month of the competition closing.

• The winner will be chosen at random from correct replies received by Friday 6 November at 23.59 pm.  

• By entering this competition you agree to share your information with Trinity restaurant. If you do not wish to share your information, please do not check the opt-in box.

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