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Looking for somewhere to enjoy a deliciously meaty lunch or dinner? We’ve hunted down five excellent restaurant deals around for your next steak feast.
Meat lovers can take advantage of the great lunch special at Butcher Boys from Monday to Friday. For R122, enjoy a two-course set menu with starter options like boerie bites on crostini with tomato relish or chorizo chicken livers, and mains of sirloin steak with chips, mash or baked potato. The special also comes with a glass of house red or white wine or a 300ml draught.
Head to this festive pub on Mondays and enjoy a juicy 400g–500g T-bone steak with your choice of classic sides. Order yours with rice, chips, veg or side salad for R69.95.
Monday night at The Eatery is steak night. Get a delicious 300g sirloin steak cooked over hot coals to your liking and served with golden chips for only R99. Finish it off with a milkshake for a true feast.
Tuck into HQ’s famous two-for-one deal on the signature sirloin steak with chips on Monday nights. The two-course set menu includes a Caesar salad, steak with Café de Paris butter, and skinny fries for R179. The restaurant fills up quickly, so there are designated seating times at 6pm and 8.30pm.
At this popular watering hole, carnivores are invited to order a generous 500g T-bone steak with a choice of chips, baked potato, pap, vegetables or salad for only R85 every Tuesday. Alternatively, kick off your weekend and order a juicy steak served with an egg and chips for R50 on Fridays.
Review your favourite steakhouse to put them in line to win the title of Eat Out Tramontina Best Steakhouse and you could win great products from Tramontina each month. Find out more here.
Tramontina’s Churrasco range is made with high-quality treated steel and Polywood – a shock- and heat-resistant wood that is dishwasher safe. The knives are long-lasting and feature a five-year warranty against manufacturer defects.
The Churrasco range also includes grills, tongs, serving dishes and carts to make your braai experience as effortless as possible.