Seven Days Of Romance

At Galvin Green Man we know two things: love means sharing everything and food off someone else’s plate tastes even better.

For Valentine’s, we have created our ultimate sharing menu, complete with lobster risotto, Roast Chateaubriand of Herefordshire beef, gratin potatoes and French beans, Warm Valrhona chocolate fondant and other delicious dishes

The full A la carte menu and a selection of sharing dishes will be available from Saturday 10th February until Wednesday 14th February both in the put and restaurant.

Advanced booking is strongly advised. To make a reservation, please call 01245 408 820 or email: betty@galvinpubco.com

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