Liverpool restaurant running its own Eat Out to Help Out scheme

A popular Liverpool bar and restaurant is launching its own version of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme this week.

Liverpool FC fan favourite The Sandon Complex is offering visitors the chance to enjoy an Eat Out to Help Out-style deal this weekend only.

Similar to the Government’s popular Eat Out to Help Out scheme, which ran throughout August, The Sandon is offering half price on food – including a Sunday roast- from Friday, October 2 to Sunday, October 4

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The popular matchday pub reopened just two weeks ago after six months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.

To celebrate the reopening, The Sandon is introducing a new menu including classics such as beer battered fish, chips and mushy peas; steak and ale pie and a double cheeseburger with bacon, fried and onion rings.

Also on the menu are nibbles such as marinated garlic olives, toasted bread with a trio of dips and blue cheese straws with house chutney.

The Sandon’s Sunday roasts feature pulled beef brisket, lemon and thyme chicken or slow roasted pork belly with rosemary roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire puddings and thick gravy.

There are vegan and vegetarian options too.

Ricky Heath, general manager of The Sandon Complex, said: “To launch our new menu we’re putting on our very own Eat Out To Help Out offer. Come in from Friday to Sunday to enjoy delicious food for half the price. Our menu has plenty of options to suit everyone plus it includes our Sunday roast! This offer is only available this weekend so don’t miss out.”

Pre-booking is essential and can be done via The Sandon website or through its social media pages.

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