How can you make a tender-as-heck chateaubriand even better? By teaming it with oodles of sides and lashings of wine, of course!
If the idea of melt-in-the-mouth steak, accompanied by a smorgasbord of sides and washed down with a bottle of vino sends your salivary glands into overdrive, you’re probably going to love Chez Mal’s chateaubriand sharing platter. A drool-worthy feast for two, it’s the ultimate steak supper and it’s yours for just £49. So what are you waiting for? Let the guzzling commence…
Treat yourself to this big, fat, juicy deal for just £49
If you know anything about steak, you’ll know that chateaubriand is the proverbial bees knees. A plate of this velvety-smooth beef is always a treat and you won’t be disappointed by Chez Mal’s 500 gram Brazilian beauty. Sourced from Altherns, a traditional family-run butchers in the Lake District, it’s aged for 25 days to give you a wonderfully rich flavour and an unrivalled tenderness.
With steak this good you really want to savour the delicate taste, so they pan-fry it with a simple smothering of thyme butter and serve it with a pot of silky béarnaise sauce, ready for you to drizzle all over. Alongside that mammoth mountain of meat, you’ll get four delectable sides to help you mop up those delicious juices – crispy french fries, onion rings, silky smooth sautéed mushrooms and a zingy side salad are all there for the sharing. Who said steak suppers weren’t healthy?
But the food is only half the story. This tasty little deal, which is available 6pm to 10pm every day of the week, comes with a mighty fine bottle of wine. You’ll have two bottles to choose from, so we’ll treat you to a welcome glass of prosecco while you make up your mind. Will it be the citrusy-fresh Spanish rioja or the classic red Malbec from Argentina, rich with notes of black plum? Can’t decide? Flip a coin, then try the other on your next visit. You will want to come back, after all.
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