Treat Yourself to Oysters and Nyetimber

Provenance and seasonality is always at the forefront of most foodie minds. Here at The Lucky Onion we love to celebrate the amazing British producers and farmers that we work with. We like to source local produce from The Cotswolds as well as British lands and shores, which is why we’ve teamed up with the fantastic Nyetimber and the seafood specialist Wright Brothers, to offer you 6 Wright Brothers Royal Bay Jersey Oysters and a glass of Nyetimber for £20 during January through to March.

Wright Brothers share our passion for the finest sustainable produce with their strong belief in ‘sea to plate’ fish and seafood. Having started in 2002, they now supply over 140 of the top restaurants in London. Royal Bay Jersey Oysters, which you can enjoy either naked or dressed, have reaped the benefits of crystal clear tides and the daily natural filtering effect from some of the cleanest sea water in Europe.

Oysters would be lacking without a glass of wine so we’ve also teamed up with one of the UK’s best sparkling wine producers, the award winning Nyetimber.  Nyetimber is the only producer of English sparkling wine using the holy trinity of traditional champagne grape varieties: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. With 170 Hectares of rolling English countryside and the perfect climate for this type of wine, the grapes can ripen slowly.  They are then handpicked solely from Nyetimber’s own vineyard. They use half sized crates to avoid bruising the grapes, which are then pressed within a few hours of picking.  Nyetimber believes that the attention to detail lies in the journey from ‘vine to bottle’.

Embrace the brilliance of seasonal, British produce in the fine form of Wright Brothers Royal Bay Jersey Oysters and a glass of Nyetimber. Join us any day of the week to tuck in. Cheers.

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6 Wright Brothers Royal Bay Jersey Oysters and a glass of Nyetimber will be offered across The Lucky Onion including No. 131, CheltenhamThe Wheatsheaf Inn, Northleach, The Chequers, Churchill and The Wild Duck, Ewen.

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