$50 for a Seven-Course European Tasting Menu for Two at Centurion Restaurant ($100 Value)

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Julia B. ·
Reviewed May 11, 2013
My partner and I felt like true gourmets. We imagined ourselves as some of the esteemed judges on iron chef or something similar. It was a meal we will fondly remember for a long time.


Sandra J. ·
Reviewed April 19, 2013
Portions were very small for the 7 course groupon. I felt if I brought someone with a big appetite that they may of still been hungry.


Tammy C. ·
Reviewed April 14, 2013
As always, a fantastic meal. The tasting menu was a great way to sample a variety of items, a few of which I may not have been brave enough to try on my own.

What You'll Get

A tablecloth adds a touch of class to a meal and doubles as a giant napkin in case you spill a cauldron of soup on your shirt. Soak in a fine dining experience with this Groupon.

$50 for a Seven-Course European Tasting Menu for Two ($100 Value)

While the menu is subject to change from week to week based on available ingredients, a sample menu includes freshly prepared tastes of stuffed mushrooms with prosciutto and aged cheddar; beet salad with crème fraiche, tarragon, and jicama; carrot scampi with clams and shrimp; and a cheese plate, all paired with wine.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Mar 28, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. 24-hour advanced reservation required. Dine-in only. Not valid on holidays. Valid for food only. Only valid for 7-course tasting. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Subject to 21% gratuity. 30 seat restaurant-subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Centurion

Chef Eric Osburn aims to cultivate Centurion as a place for what he calls "unpretentious fine dining." "[Almost] every dish on the menu has come from me making myself something for lunch," Osbun told ABC15's Sonoran Living. Centurion’s casual dining space features dark wood and crimson accents, and there’s an open kitchen from which the chef can lead games of I Spy while he cooks.

The menu incorporates ingredients and techniques culled from different European countries. It varies depending on what's available fresh from local farmers’ markets or from Chef Eric's own herb garden.

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