Sorry guys, today is officially the most depressing day of the year. Originally dreamed up as a PR stunt, Blue Monday is based on a series of gloomy factors – grim weather, lack of cash, the post-Christmas slump, and a general lack of motivation. While it might be tempting to crawl back into bed, we’re not giving up that easily. Here are ten delicious ways to dine out, spend less, and show Blue Monday who’s boss.
The roast dinner burger at Roast – Head chef Stuart Cauldwell has created the ultimate British comfort food – a roast dinner burger! It’s made with roast beef, curly kale, red cabbage and carrot piccalilli, topped with horseradish cream and melted cheese and then crammed into a roast potato bun. Oh and there’s a jug of gravy on the side, obviously.
Half-price lunch at Lobos Tapas – Specialising in prime cuts of Spanish and British meat, this Soho newcomer is perfect for a leisurely Monday lunch. Until the end of the month, they’re offering 50% off food at lunchtimes so you can sample dishes like Iberico pork shoulder, pan-fried cod with leek sauce, croquetas, and pan con tomate.
Dine for under £25 at celeb chef restaurants – You’ve seen them on TV, now try their food for yourself. Throughout January, you can dine for under £25 a head at Gordon Ramsay’s Heddon Street Kitchen and Maze Grill,Continue Reading