WE’RE old romantics at heart here at the Citizen.
That’s why we have had no hesitation in joining forces with Wolverton restaurant Verandah Talk to offer one lucky couple a fantastic Valentine’s Day treat.
The Lebanese/Indian eatery, based in Stratford Road, is offering a romantic meal for two, complete with a bottle of champagne.
Verandah Talk, which features the city’s only Shisha Terrace, will be holding special Valentine’s events on Thursday, February 14 and Saturday, February 16.
The restaurant is putting on a delicious Valentine’s Day menu for just £14.95, while music will be provided by a super talented pianist and vocalist Holly Brewer.
The 17-year-old singer’s repertoire ranges from contemporary to American R&B and Swing & Jazz.
She has previously starred at Milton Keynes Theatre, the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in the West End and even the world renowned Albert Hall.
Customers can pre-order by calling the restaurant on 01908 317300.
That’s unless you are lucky enough to win our tasty competition.
To be in with a chance simply answer the question below and email your answer, name, address and a phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday next week (February 6).
All usual Milton Keynes Citizen terms and conditions apply.
> What is the name of the god of desire, affection and erotic love often portrayed firing arrows into the hearts of lovers?
The full Valentine’s Day menu consists of:
Mixed Tandoori meat Grill (to share)
Chicken tikka, lamb sheikh kebabs, lamb chops, chicken wings on a bed of grilled onions and peppers.
Mixed Vegetable Platter (to share)
Selection of vegetable samosas, vegetable pakoras and onion bhajjis served with delicious tamarind sauce.
Mains (1 each):
1. Chicken Tikka Masala
2. Chicken Korma
3. Lamb rogan josh
4. Goan fish curry
5. Vegetable curry
6. shahi paneer (cheese)
Excludes sherkhans table specials and tandoor king prawns
Rice (1 each)
Pilau rice, mushroom rice or keema rice
Naan ( 1 each)
Plain naan, garlic naan or peshawari naan