D&D London is making it easier for customers to calculate their savings with the introduction of a special three course set menu at each restaurant, to collaborate with the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in August, each of the 18 D&D London restaurants currently open in England will have a new three course menu on offer. The menus are priced from £25 – £40 before the £10 discount has been removed. Diners can therefore enjoy a three course meal for as little as £15 a head, an incredible deal.
Each menu is unique to the restaurant, created by the in house team. At Pont de la Tour, diners will take their seat in the restaurant overlooking the Thames and feast on Steak tartare, followed by Grilled plaice, heritage potatoes, coastal herbs and hollandaise sauce, concluding with a Marquise au chocolat, strawberries, pistachio and milk ice cream for only £30 with the EOTHO discount. Chef Francesco Mazzei’s menu showcases his signature Italian style over at Fiume, starting with Vitello tonnato, leading on to an Oven roasted gilthead bream with saffron guazzetto, ending with a creamy Panna cotta with wild berries – a steal at £20 per person. Up in Manchester at 20 Stories, menu options include Grilled mackerel, pickled beetroot, goat’s cheese, orange and watercress salad; Roast pork chop, spiced peach chutney, fondant potato and king cabbage; ending with a classic Lemon meringue, only £20 all in.
Please see all participating restaurants below and the price of their set menu before the Government reduction. To book a table, visit the D&D London website – https://www.danddlondon.com