Roasts are carved at guests’ tables, and served from antique silver-domed trolleys at this classic Victorian-style restaurant
About This Deal
Choose Between Two Options
- £39 for a two-course roast meal with a glass of wine for two (up to 60% off)
- £78 for a two-course roast meal with a glass of wine for four (up to 60% off)
Starters include: chicken liver pâté with grape chutney and toasted brioche | fish cake with a poached egg and chive butter sauce | braised pork cheek with creamed corn meal and crispy bacon
Mains include: roast rib of Scottish beef, aged for 28 days and served with roast potatoes, savoy cabbage, Yorkshire pudding and horseradish | roast saddle of lamb served with roast potatoes, savoy cabbage, homemade mint sauce and redcurrant jelly
- With a 125ml glass of house wine each
Please note that no promo codes are valid in conjunction with this deal.
Purchase: Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people (max 6 people per table). May buy 10 additional as gifts.
Restrictions: Booking required by phone on 020 7836 9112. 24-hour cancellation policy. Valid Dec Mon-Sat Midday-2.45pm, Jan-Apr Mon-Sat Midday-2.45, 5pm-7pm, Sun Midday-9pm. Must be 18 or older. 12.5% discretionary service based on the pre-discounted value will be added to the bill. Valid for starter up to the value of £12; choice of roast beef or roast lamb and 125ml glass of wine each only. Valid for eat-in only. Starters are seasonal and subject to change. Valid on option purchased only.
Original values: Verified using merchant's online menu on 15 Dec 2015.
About Simpson's in the Strand
Simpson's in the Strand has been offering classic British dishes to patrons for over 185 years. It began life in 1828 as a coffee house and chess club known as The Grand Cigar Divan, and soon became known as the 'Home of Chess' in London. It became famous for serving cuts of meat on silver trolleys, wheeled to guests' tables in order not to disturb chess games - a practice Simpson's still holds on to today. Spacious interiors feature classic Victorian-style décor, while a regularly rotating menu encompasses a wide array of traditional roasts alongside some lighter bites. A range of private dining options is also available, as well as carvery classes, tutored by Simpson's master cook Gerry Rae. A list of notable former patrons include Charles Dickens, George Bernard Shaw, Benjamin Disraeli, William Gladstone, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, as well as his fictional creation, Sherlock Holmes