After reopening, Brewhouse & Kitchen has announced its participation in the Chancellor’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Guests can enjoy 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks up to the value of £10 per person every Monday to Wednesday throughout August.
Placing safety and wellbeing first, the brewpub has implemented various measures, in order to care for their staff, guests and the wider community. These measures include encouraging guests to book their visits, as well as new single-use disposable menus, hand sanitising stations, and marked areas to maintain social distancing.
Launched while thousands are working from home, and during the summer holidays that are enjoyed by 8.2 million children nationwide, there has never been a better time to visit one of Brewhouse & Kitchen's open sites for a delicious socially-distanced brunch, lunch or dinner.
Stand-out dishes that are on offer include:
Half Beer Can Chicken & 2 Sides
- Brewhouse & Kitchen's signature beer-infused dish; British free-range chicken that has been roasted in a special dry rub whilst being kept tender and moist by being steamed over a can of in-house brewed American Pale Ale. Guests can choose from 3 sauces; katsu curry, beer-b-cue or spicy buffalo and pick 2 sides from 11 options including mac & cheese, lemon & garlic broccoli and skin-on fries.
Roasted Fillet of Salmon
- served with Mediterranean vegetables, bubble & squeak and with lemon & crème fraîche dressing.
Butternut Squash & Lentil Filo Parcel
- Cumin spiced butternut squash with mixed lentils in a pastry, served on a bed of portobello mushrooms & spinach, finished with rich gravy and spring cabbage.
Catering to all, the diverse menu options are perfect for a wide range of ages and palates. Further dishes on the menu include 8oz Sirloin Steak, Legend Larger Battered Cod & Chips, B&K Cheeseburgers, Halloumi Fries, Sticky Toffee Pudding and Cherry Bakewell Cheesecake. These delicious dishes are just a snapshot of what is available for guests at Brewhouse & Kitchen, all included as part of the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme.
CEO Kris Gumbrell said, 'We are delighted to be taking part in the Chancellor’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme this August. It is incredibly important to us that everyone can enjoy a safe, delicious, affordable meal at our family-friendly brewpubs, and we have made sure that our menu caters to everyone that visits a Brewhouse & Kitchen site this summer.
'Brewhouse & Kitchen is proud to serve at the hub of local communities specific to our 22 sites, as the premise of our offering is centred around safe gatherings for all ages. With our new safeguarding measures in place, we hope to see more members of the local community coming together to enjoy their favourite meals and dishes at much lower prices.'