It is the end of the £1 Sunday roast at The Britannia pub in Margate – for now.
The promotion attracted hundreds of bookings as punters flocked to try out the bargain dinners following the brainwave by landlord Paul Rollins.
The piled high plates had all you would want – mounds of beef or turkey, roasties, stuffing, veg, Yorkshires and even cauli cheese.
But Paul and barman Horace have decided it is now time to tempt customers in with new offers.
This Sunday (March 31) punters can treat their mums to a three course meal for £12 (bookings only). There are also bingo, pie and mash nights for a fiver every Tuesday from 7pm and whole chicken, chips and coleslaw for £7 every Thursday from 2pm.
As for the roast, Paul says it may make a return later in the year so watch this space!
Meals are bookings only by calling 01843 280609. Find The Britannia on facebook here
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What a good idea. Instead of using your marketing budget for adverts put it into giving your customers’ extraordinary value. That is the best advert after all.
Although some of us wouldn’t be delivering a service is no-one advertised…
I get that. So much food marketing and advertising is not informative though. It is just more ‘ noise’and often not accurate either.
Your point is well made though. All of us local businesses do need to support each other .