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The Coal Shed - Win a Luxury Two-Course Meal for Two and a Bottle of Wine!

Competition Ends: 03/01/2018

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Calling all foodies – do we have a treat for you! We are giving away a two-course meal and a bottle of wine for two at the award-winning restaurant The Coal Shed. 

Born from the love of cooking on fire, The Coal Shed is a steak restaurant with relaxed, elegant surroundings. The restaurant has two branches; The original is located in the heart of Brighton and has become a firm favourite of the seaside city since opening in 2011. The London branch of The Coal Shed opened in Autumn of this year. Located at One Tower Bridge on the banks of the River Thames, the newest branch continues the orignial's trendy, brasserie-style decor and, most importantly, premium quality steak. The winner will have the choice to choose between either the London or Brighton restaurants.
 
Named as one of the best restaurants in the UK by the prestigious Observer Food Monthly awards, and have also been recommended by The Telegraph, The Guardian, the Brighton & Hove Foodie Awards and many others, The Coal Shed prides itself on using the highest quality ingredients, sourced as locally as possible and expertly cooked. As well as a seasonal à la carte menu, there is also the option of daily specials, a great value express lunch and pre theatre menu plus Sunday Sharing Roasts. 
 
Win a Two-Course Meal for Two and a bottle of wine at The Coal Shed! Keep up to date with the restaurants via their Brighton Facebook, London Facebook and Twitter. 

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