January Sale at OPUS

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OPUS on Cornwall St has a number of fantastic offers available 7th to 31st January.

OPUS on Cornwall St has a number of fantastic offers available 7th to 31st January.

WINE: 50% off for loyalty members

Once again, we have a great selection of wines at 50% off for the month of January. Go classic with the superb Dom. Thomas Sancerre (£60) for £30 per bottle or the delicious Dom. Alain Jaume Rhone (£34) at £17 per bottle. Enjoy our Prosecco at only £17.50 per bottle, or fabulous Catena Malbec from Argentina at £24.50 (£49)
To enjoy your 50% off, you will need to have either an Opus loyalty card or App. The App is easily downloaded by visiting opusfamily. 

LUNCH: 50% off

There is really no reason to go anywhere else! Delight in the fruits of the winter season – all 3 courses for less than £19! (2 for only £16.25)

DINNER: 3 courses for the price of 2 (excludes Saturday)

That means, at only £32.50, we’re throwing in dessert for free!

*please note that the 5 course tasting menu will be available on Saturday only during January*

PRIVATE DINING: Winter menu £40pp instead of £45pp

What better way to celebrate an occasion in January than with the delights of late winter: spiced guinea fowl, pan seared quail, braised ox cheek, wild mushrooms, creamy parsnip, roasted squash, smoked celeriac … what a bounteous time of the year!

OPUS 3C PDR WINTER MENU

For more fantastic events at OPUS visit www.opusrestaurant.co.uk/home/events

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