Use the 'Eat Out to Help Out' scheme here.
Get a 50% discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks, up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner.
Valid every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between the 3rd and 31st August.
Each day, before midday we upload the day's menus, it's always nice to whet your appetite before you even get to us. We also add in more detail about each dish in case you need to check out the ingredients for allergen information.
Adnams Copper House, Southwold, England - 40% Made with six carefully chosen botanicals, Adnams Copper House Dry Gin is elegant and approachable, classically charged with juniper, rich with floral and citrus notes. £3.50
Bombay Sapphire, Whitchurch, England - 40% Distilled three times and infused with 10 different botanicals to create the gin that we know so well, a classic London Dry! £3.30
Gordon's, Fife, Scotland - 37.5% Our house pour, refreshing in taste and sourced from the finest handpicked juniper berries, angelica root and coriander. £3.20
Portobello Road, London, England - 42% It's an old-style London Dry Gin, containing traditional botanicals and spices, that stems back to the gins of yesteryear. £3.50
Tanqueray, Fife, Scotland - 43.1% A perfect balance of four botanicals. Ingredients that remain unchanged since they were first used by Charles Tanqueray. One of our all-time favourites! £3.60
Tanqueray No. 10, Fife, Scotland - 47.3% Just as good as the original but 10% stronger. Why not. £4.00
Brockmans - 40% The sharp acidity of grapefruit and floral notes of blueberry combine beautifully with the unique botanicals in Brockmans gin. For a complex, yet refreshingly smooth taste. £3.95
Gordon's Pink, Fife, Scotland - 37.5% Natural sweetness of raspberries and strawberries, with a tang of redcurrant. £3.50
Tanqueray flor de Sevilla, Fife, Scotland - 41.3% Tanqueray flor de Sevilla is a uniquely distilled gin made with Sevilla orange essence. Perfectly mixed bittersweet taste of sun drenched Sevilla orange and a premium Tanqueray London gin. £3.70
J.J. Whitley Elderflower, Cheshire, England - 38.6% A small batch, hand crafted gin that uses real elderflower extract, a delightful balance of bright gin notes and a complex structure. £3.50
Warner Edwards Rhubarb, Northampton, England - 40% The rhubarb juice is extracted using a traditional fruit press and blended with Harrington dry gin to produce an alluring pink gin that is voluptuous on the palate with a sweet and tangy royal rhubarb explosion. £3.95
Sipsmith sloe gin, London, England - 29% Distilled with their award-winning London dry gin in their copper still, it is then left to rest on wild sloe berries, hand-picked in the autumn. £5.50
Floral & Botanical
Bloom, Warrington, England - 40% Named after the botanicals used in distillation; honeysuckle, pomelo and camomile creating an interesting floral balance. £3.95
Copperhead, Kortrijk, Belgium - 40% A recipe based on five essential botanicals: angelica, juniper, cardamon, orange peel and coriander seed. £5.40
Eden Mill Love Gin, St. Andrews, England - 42% An exotic combination of flavours including rose petal, elderberry, rhubarb root, marshmallow root, goji berry, raspberry leaf and whole hibiscus flowers. All somehow coming together in harmony for this easy drinking masterpiece. £4.00
Silent Pool, Albury, England - 43% Produced in the Surrey Hills, right next to Silent Pool, a mysterious spring-fed lake – what a place to create gin! Featuring 24 botanicals; local honey and lavender, resulting in a subtly sweet though intricately balanced gin. £4.50
The Botanist, Isle of Islay, Scotland - 46% 22 hand-foraged local botanicals delicately augment nine berries, barks, seeds and peels during an achingly slow distillation. £3.90
Trevethan, Cornwall, England - 43% This family recipe dates back to the 1920's, intricately designed by Norman Trevethan himself, gifted back into society in 2015. This recipe includes the usual suspects of Angelica, Cassia and Coriander with Cornish Elderflower and Gorse flower, handpicke £4.25
Spicy & Herbal
Bathub, Kent, England - 42.4% An award winning gin produced by a Professor Cornelius Ampleforth. Warm notes of waxy pine, gentle citrus and cardamom, smooth and earthy. If a gin can be outdoorsy, this is it. £4.05
Half Hitch, London, England - 40% Produced in the former warehouse vaults of Camden Lock, Half Hitch gin is made with a gin base that is blended with tinctures of Malawian black tea, pepper, hay, English wood and bergamot. The name itself was inspired by the knots used to tie barges to th £5.10
Hendricks, South Ayrshire, Scotland - 41.4% Hints of rose petals and cucumber alongside more traditional botanical ingredients such as juniper and zesty citrus. £3.50
Monkey 47, Black Forest, Germany - 47% The zingy citrus is assertive to taste upfront, but gives way to a rich bouquet of flavours including herbal juniper, juicy lingonberries, sweet liquorice, cardamom and hibiscus-like floral touches. Can you taste all 47 botanicals? £5.60
Seedlip Grove 42 (non-alcoholic) - 0% All about the zing! Bitter orange, blood orange, mandarin and lemon peel tied together using lemongrass and ginger. Completely alcohol free because why should the driver miss out on a great tasting gin? £3.50
Whitley Neil small batch, Liverpool, England - 43% African inspired, containing two botanicals, Baobab fruit and Cape Gooseberries, giving this gin an exotic touch to the palate and setting it apart from others. £3.90