An Appetite For A Bargain

As diners tighten their belts, restaurants make menus economically enticing

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Eating out in Chiswick


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When consumers begin to feel the pinch, few businesses are more exposed than restaurants. And it doesn’t matter how good the restaurant is - if money is tight eating out is one of the first things to be sacrificed.

However, savvy restaurateurs are counteracting the credit crunch by tempting diners from their homes with some ‘too delicious to miss’ offers and here are some of the best bargains in town:

Weekday Lunchtime Offer at Sam’s Bar & Brasserie enjoy a bowl of mussels, chips and a bottle of Hoegaarden beer for just £10.50 or fantastic set lunch menu is still available Monday to Friday with two courses for £12.00 and three courses for £15.00. Two opportunities too delicious to miss!

Le Vacherin Malcolm John is offering a taste of France for under £10. April’s promotion is slow cooked shoulder of lamb with spring vegetables and creamed potatoes for £9.95 including 125ml glass of Cadet de Gascogne.

Elliot Road’s Fish Hook is offering a two course lunch for £12.50 with three courses for £15.00 prepared by the gastronomically gifted Michael Nadra.

Ground Goes Global hosting a two week celebration of burgers and beers from around the world. 50% off burgers during from 21st April - 4th May (conditions apply). An offer as good as the half price burgers!


Emma Brophy


April 25, 2008