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Wetherspoon constantly changes and updates its menu to satisfy customer demands and needs. The pub chain has just reintroduced its lower price curry and steak meals on two days of the week only.
Wetherspoon is known for its low price food and drinks.
This week, the pub chain has relaunched its popular curry and steak nights, offering customers the dishes for cheaper prices.
Called Curry Club and Steak Club, Wetherspoon previously ran these nights every day of the week.
In June, the company announced it would be extending Curry Club, Steak Club, and even Fish Friday to run all week long.
However, it has this week changed the offers back to what they were at the start of the year.
Curry Club will be available only on a Thursday and Steak Club on a Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the Fish Friday deal will only be on offer on Friday.
The dishes are cheaper on these specific days than usual, however, prices vary at each pub.
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In one pub, The Powder Monkey Exmouth in Exeter, a Curry Club meal and an alcoholic drink costs only £8.45.
On any other day of the week, a Chicken Tikka Masala on its own, without an alcoholic drink, costs £8.40.
A pint such as Stella or Heineken would cost customers an additional £3.
As well as Curry Club, Steak Club, and Fish Friday, Wetherspoons also offers fans Sunday Brunch – only on a Sunday.
Wetherspoon’s Sunday Brunch menu offers all-day brunch of sausages, bacon, fried eggs, baked beans, and chips.
A vegetarian version of the brunch is also available.
Before the changes, the all-day Sunday Brunch was available seven days a week.
Now, it is on offer only on a Sunday while normal breakfast on other days of the week is available from 8:30am until 11am.
Wetherspoon spokesman Eddie Gershon commented on Wetherspoons’ latest move.
He told Express.co.uk: “We have decided to reinstate Curry Club on Thursday and Steak Club on Tuesday, which we know our customers will be happy with.
“The meals available on the club deals will also be available throughout the week.”
New to Wetherspoon’s menu this month is its char-grilled chicken which comes in two flavours: lemon and herb and hot and spicy.
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