Win money off Valentine’s day meal at top Weston restaurant

PUBLISHED: 16:28 09 February 2018 | UPDATED: 16:28 09 February 2018

Chris Fry (left) has reopened La Tapa Continental.

Chris Fry (left) has reopened La Tapa Continental.

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A top Weston-super-Mare restaurant has revamped its menu, and one lucky couple could win 25 per cent off a Valentine’s Day meal thanks to the Mercury.

La Tapa is know for its top-quality food. La Tapa is know for its top-quality food.

La Tapa Continental has a special selection of sumptuous treats on offer for couples on Wednesday.

Restaurateur Chris Fry, who cut his teeth in top restaurants on the continent, believes La Tapa is the perfect location for couples to enjoy Valentine’s Day.

He said: “The restaurant will be beautifully laid out and it will create a lovely, romantic evening. There will be the perfect blend of top-quality food and a lovely atmosphere.

“It will be a great occasion to treat your loved one.”

La Tapa, which plans to rebrand to The Oxford Restaurant and Crêpery in the coming months, has a Valentine’s menu priced at £60 per couple, but you could win 25 per cent off your food bill thanks to the Mercury’s competition.

Guests will be treated to three delicious courses, cooked to the highest standard, followed by a selection of petits fours and heart-shaped chocolates.

To enter, simply visit the Mercury Facebook page and like the post of this story. A winner will be chosen at random on Monday morning.

The voucher must be used on Valentine’s Day.

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