500 Grams Rib Eye Steak & More
When: Friday, 16th June 2017 until Sunday, 18th June 2017
What: 500 Grams Rib Eye steak, triple cooked rosemary potatoes, Rosemary Maldon salt and Homemade Malbec Glaze for £37.50.
25% off our steaks*
When: Mondays from 7pm to 10pm
What: We offer 5 different steaks on our menu. On Mondays, get 25% off on all of them.
*Please note, mixed grills are not included.Show Me The Steaks
20% off San Telmo Grill
When: Tuesdays from 7pm to 10 pm
What: When you order our popular San Telmo Grill you get 20% off on Tuesdays.
Early Birds get 2 for 1
When: Sundays, Mondays, and Tuesdays from 6 pm until 7 pm
What: Get 2 starters for the price of 1.
Bring Your Own Wine
When: Sundays all day
What: Bring your own wine. We won’t charge for the corkage.
When: Every day
What: 3 glasses of wine for £11.50. A glass of Serbal Pinot Noir, a glass of Ruca Malen Petit Verdot and a glass of Abasto Malbec.
A few words by our owner Alberto Abbate
- What is a Wine Flight?
Wine flights, also sometimes referred to as tasting flights, are tastings of multiple wines, which allow tasters to get a feel for breadth or depth. They are usually intended for those new to the experience of tasting wine, or those who want to increase their understanding of a specific region, vintage, or varietal.
Read more about it here.
- Why did we choose the following three wines?
– Serbal Pinot Noir
– Ruca Malen Petit Verdot
– Abasto Malbec
As you’ve read the previous explanation, a wine flight is a way of tasting different wines. For this tasting, we chose three different grapes to show how they express in Argentina.
> Serbal Pinot Noir:To start with, we chose a Pinot Noir, a grape you can drink before having dinner, as an aperitive; and because it is not overwhelming you don’t need any food to enjoy. You can drink it alone. This particular brand of Pinot Noir, Serbal, has no oak which makes it even easier to enjoy. It is all about the fruit.
Read more about it here.> Abasto Malbec: As a second wine, we chose a Malbec, a grape with French origins that has developed really well in Mendoza. Malbec is the most popular grape in Argentina. This particular wine got a big fruit expression and spent just enough time in oak to add a layer of complexity without competing with the fruit. With sweet and round tannins this Malbec is an ideal pair with a steak.
> Ruca Malen Petit Verdot: We left this wine to try it at the end because it is the boldest of the three. Petit Verdot is a grape usually used to blend. Argentina is creating wines with 100% Petit Verdot. This is one of them, with round tannins, full bodied and a long and balanced finish.
Read more about it here.