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Winning ski food comes to town

Winning ski food comes to town

Skiers yearning for a good fondue tuck-in or a goulash soup or tartiflette can indulge at an après-ski inspired restaurant in South London.

The Lodge in Clapham has launched an exclusive Fondue & Quiz Night, giving one lucky guest the chance of winning a trip of a lifetime to Verbier in Switzerland.

The Quiz, in partnership with sponsor Verbier, is held at the ski-lodge designed restaurant every Tuesday throughout March. The prize, worth just under £1,200, also includes tickets to the brand new ‘Verbier Impulse – Music & Ski Festival’ in April. Already being cited as the end-of-season party, this will bring a whole host of live music to the slopes, with headline acts TEXAS leading the way for the likes of MTV Award nominated, double platinum-selling Swiss band 77 Bombay Street.

Forget warm beer in a stuffy pub, this is a quiz with a touch of Verbier Magic, bringing the après-ski spirit to London. The night includes an evening meal of Comte and Coolea Fondue served with bread, potatoes, salad and charcuterie, as well as a dessert, welcome drink and entry into the Quiz – all for just £35. The winner on the night gets a free round of drinks and a bottle of Prosecco and is entered into the prize draw for a 1 in 5 chance of winning the trip.

Restauranteur Jimmy Garcia said “Our much-loved regulars share our passion for great food and skiing, which is why we were delighted to partner with Verbier on this amazing prize. The Fondue & Quiz Night is a great chance for us to bring together the things that our customers love the most – decent food, a good laugh and the chance of a a ski-filled party weekend in a top resort at the end of it!”

The Lodge Clapham is running the Quiz on Tuesdays throughout March from 7.30pm.

 

  • Main Prize: The Lodge in association with Verbier is offering a 2-day trip for 2 people including flights, accommodation, ski pass and tickets to the Impulse Festival, worth just under £1,200. Participants may enter the quiz as many times as they like but can only be entered into prize draw once.

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