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Went out for a meal last night at my local punch taverns pub and we had a steak meal each and a whole vienetta to share for only £10, which is amazing value given the quality of the food.

The steak meal consist of a 7oz steak topped with garlic butter, bacon and cheese, chips,mushrooms, peas and onoin rings (very generous portion) and we could'nt beleive it when the waitress fetched out a whole walls vienetta for us to share.

Excellent value for money and the drinks were fairly reasonably priced too.

I have provided a link to a pdf voucher, although we did'nt use 1 as the deal was widely advertised throughout the pub
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#1
i have just registered for my local punch tavern pub which is a 241 place and recieved £5 off when 2 people dine!! making it even cheaper!!!
#2
was the steak good quality?
#3
askew80
i have just registered for my local punch tavern pub which is a 241 place and recieved £5 off when 2 people dine!! making it even cheaper!!!



* Not to be used with any other offer so wont apply
#4
You can use the fiver off with the normal 241 menu just probably not with this steak and vienetta offer.
#5
Probably worth asking when you order you never know someone might process it :)
#6
I'm not voting till I know if it is the mint variety.
Nah, kidding.
Heat
#7
Good deal - hot from me esp as there are loads of these pubs in Newcastle :) just registering now
#8
HOT!
Thanks, just signed up for e-mails from my two locals and got the £5 vouchers which i'll stick in my purse.
Might ask my mum if she fancies going for lunch there today :)
Rep added also, Cheers!!
#9
vienetta:whistling:
#10
Not sure about the Vienetta - a bit pretentious for my liking.

Now, if it was Arctic Roll on offer, different story ;-)
#11
i had this yesterday and forgot about the vienetta and just walked out lol
#12
[SIZE="2"]Aside from my being a vegetarian, the thought of having to eat any part of a Vienetta would put me off eating there.:whistling:[/SIZE]
#13
As a vegetarian, I'd happily eat the Vienetta. A very under-rated ice-cream come dessert, though I'm only really familiar with the mint variety. As for the ZEBU steaks, the POG bacon and the 'cheese food slices' are you sure the quality was 'all that? '
#14
egghead
As a vegetarian, I'd happily eat the Vienetta. A very under-rated ice-cream come dessert, though I'm only really familiar with the mint variety. As for the ZEBU steaks, the POG bacon and the 'cheese food slices' are you sure the quality was 'all that? '


Why are you vegetarian?
#15
egghead
As a vegetarian, I'd happily eat the Vienetta. A very under-rated ice-cream come dessert, though I'm only really familiar with the mint variety. As for the ZEBU steaks, the POG bacon and the 'cheese food slices' are you sure the quality was 'all that? '


Hmmmm. Learn something new every day:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-476612/Zebu-chips-sir-Why-pub-steak-beefy-think.html
#16
Sounds alright. Heat added.
#17


You've learnt something new from a 3 year old copy of the Daily Mail?

Well done.
#18
Th food in these pubs is shockingt, tried it twice this year as I had a voucher because the steak in the first one was off! sedcond time just as bad...got my money back.
#19
sorry if im being thick, but wheres the link to the PDF voucher? When I click go to deal it only takes me to the punch taverns website =s

Also (having never heard of punch taverns let alone eaten at one) does it have to be a "pub restaurant" or do all pubs serve food? Trying to find my nearest for dinner tonight but nearest "pub restaurant" is 40 minutes away, nearest local however... 10 minutes ^_^

thanks

xxx
#20
Sounds nice and healthy - just my kind of food -might tell them to hold off on the peas - dont want anything green to ruin it! - thanks - heat and rep added. Nice steak and ice cream washed down with a few pints of wife beater, then fart and chill in front of tv..nice one!
#21
Had this in the Fox and Crown at Sutton-in-Ashfield the other day. It was very good indeed.

The steaks were medium cooked and extremely tender and juicy. They were topped with cheese and bacon and BBQ sauce and came with mushrooms onion rings and fries. Very good value!

:thumbsup:
#22
Great find ... thanks ..

H&R added
#23
termite
Why are you vegetarian?

[SIZE="2"]
Hi Termite - there is no really short answer to this question and this is not really the place to cover my reasons for having been a vegetarian for more than 20 years.

All I will say is that if you take the time to research the factory production of meat, you may very well change your eating habits.

To anyone that is interested in this may I suggest that you read Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer, even if all that you do is stand in the bookshop and read random bits and pieces and the chapter on sh*t.[/SIZE]
#24
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]Aside from my being a vegetarian,
.:whistling:[/SIZE]


The Koreans have recently brought out their own vegetarian version of an instant noodle snack.

It's called Not Poodle.
#25
egghead
As a vegetarian, I'd happily eat the Vienetta. A very under-rated ice-cream come dessert, though I'm only really familiar with the mint variety. As for the ZEBU steaks, the POG bacon and the 'cheese food slices' are you sure the quality was 'all that? '


ZEBU Steaks "HORROR" - are we promoting racism against humped cattle - sorry but a Zebu steak is still beef in the same way as bacon is bacon whether it comes from a worcester piebald or a sussex runny ear - or whatever they are called.
#26
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]
Hi Termite - there is no really short answer to this question and this is not really the place to cover my reasons for having been a vegetarian for more than 20 years.

All I will say is that if you take the time to research the factory production of meat, you may very well change your eating habits.

To anyone that is interested in this may I suggest that you read Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer, even if all that you do is stand in the bookshop and read random bits and pieces and the chapter on sh*t.[/SIZE]


My query was how someone could be vegetarian for animal welfare reasons yet continue to consume dairy products.
#27
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]
Hi Termite - there is no really short answer to this question and this is not really the place to cover my reasons for having been a vegetarian for more than 20 years.

All I will say is that if you take the time to research the factory production of meat, you may very well change your eating habits.

To anyone that is interested in this may I suggest that you read Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer, even if all that you do is stand in the bookshop and read random bits and pieces and the chapter on sh*t.[/SIZE]


Why is it that veggies (normally unwashed people) have to justify how long they have been a veggie? So what if it's 20 years or 20 months...who cares?

Hot deal though for a cheap meal out.
#28
termite
My query was how someone could be vegetarian for animal welfare reasons yet continue to consume dairy products.

[SIZE="2"]
Perhaps I should clear up one point, as a vegetarian, I do not object to people eating meat what I do have a challenge with is the low quality of the meat that most people are prepared to eat and the negative impact factory meat has on the health of those people and the environment that we all live in.

To answer your specific question, whilst I cannot afford to eat sustainably/humanely produced meat (I choose not to eat it any way), I can afford to consume sustainably/humanely produced dairy and do so.

In addition, my reasons for not eating meat are not just related to animal welfare but my own welfare too. I have absolutely no wish to ingest the vast quantities of hormones and anti-biotics that are routinely pumped into all factory animals to keep them alive long enough to get them to the abbatoir.

Overall, our life is a compromise and each of us needs to draw ouir own line in the sand regarding the food we eat. I respect any decision based on knowledge. [/SIZE]
#29
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]
Perhaps I should clear up one point, as a vegetarian, I do not object to people eating meat what I do have a challenge with is the low quality of the meat that most people are prepared to eat and the negative impact factory meat has on the health of those people and the environment that we all live in.

To answer your specific question, whilst I cannot afford to eat sustainably/humanely produced meat (I choose not to eat it any way), I can afford to consume sustainably/humanely produced dairy and do so.

In addition, my reasons for not eating meat are not just related to animal welfare but my own welfare too. I have absolutely no wish to ingest the vast quantities of hormones and anti-biotics that are routinely pumped into all factory animals to keep them alive long enough to get them to the abbatoir.

Overall, our life is a compromise and each of us needs to draw ouir own line in the sand regarding the food we eat. I respect any decision based on knowledge. [/SIZE]


You interpret information to suit yourself, as everyone does.
I wouldn't eat anything I hadn't killed and butchered myself.
What is a humanely produced egg?
#30
Red Devil
Why is it that veggies (normally unwashed people) have to justify how long they have been a veggie? So what if it's 20 years or 20 months...who cares?

Hot deal though for a cheap meal out.

[SIZE="2"]
I mention the number of years in order to indicate that my decision is not a "five minute fad" and that I will not be jumping onto the next band-waggon that passes.

If your comments are typical of your attitude to the things you don't understand, you would do yourself and us a favour by keeping that lack of comprehension to yourself.[/SIZE]
#31
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]
I mention the number of years in order to indicate that my decision is not a "five minute fad" and that I will not be jumping onto the next band-waggon that passes.

If your comments are typical of your attitude to the things you don't understand, you would do yourself and us a favour by keeping that lack of comprehension to yourself.[/SIZE]


It's people like you that make vegetarians sound like idiots.
#32
I have no beef with vegetarians. But the way i see it is, our food defecates on yours.

Now what the hell was this post about?
#33
termite
You interpret information to suit yourself, as everyone does.
I wouldn't eat anything I hadn't killed and butchered myself.
What is a humanely produced egg?

[SIZE="2"]
A humanely produced egg is one that comes from a farmyard chickem and not one that was genetically modified and bred to be an egg-layer. As I guess you know, from the fact that you posed the question, more than 99% of all chickens are bred to be either factory layers or broilers. A layer cannot be a broiler or vice-versa. Almost all free-range and barn eggs are produced by bred for factory chickens that are layers and around a couple of percent pf eggs on sale come from what I can only describe as normal chickens.

Having just noticed your next post, I have obviously given you far more credit than you were due and apologise for having taken your questions and comments seriously .[/SIZE]
#34
Can you please all stop this, the poor OP posted a very nice thread about a cheap pub meal and you lot have started a war about something else......keep to the thread please!!!
Heat and rep added as a very nice cheapy deal.
#35
Mmmmmmm...................Viennetta:

Reconstituted Skimmed Milk, Vegetable Fat, Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Water, Sugar, Whey Solids, Fat Reduced Cocoa Powder, Emulsifiers (Mono and Di-glycerides of Fatty Acids, Ammonium Phosphatides), Stabilisers (Locust Bean Gum, Guar Gum, Carrageenan, Flavourings, Colour (Beta-Carotene)
#36
termite
Why are you vegetarian?


because I don't like the thought of something having to die to provide me with calories when there's enough alternatives for me to eat food I enjoy without something having to be slaughtered. Strange question, suppose there's some purile response coming my way??????
#37
cibarious
[SIZE="2"]
Perhaps I should clear up one point, as a vegetarian, I do not object to people eating meat what I do have a challenge with is the low quality of the meat that most people are prepared to eat and the negative impact factory meat has on the health of those people and the environment that we all live in.

To answer your specific question, whilst I cannot afford to eat sustainably/humanely produced meat (I choose not to eat it any way), I can afford to consume sustainably/humanely produced dairy and do so.

In addition, my reasons for not eating meat are not just related to animal welfare but my own welfare too. I have absolutely no wish to ingest the vast quantities of hormones and anti-biotics that are routinely pumped into all factory animals to keep them alive long enough to get them to the abbatoir.

Overall, our life is a compromise and each of us needs to draw ouir own line in the sand regarding the food we eat. I respect any decision based on knowledge. [/SIZE]


Hi there,
as you can guess from my avatar i am not a vegetarian.
I bet I'll live longer than you without having to munch a sack of carrot to stay alive.
Off to eat a very rare stake, almost alive!
#38
egghead
because I don't like the thought of something having to die to provide me with calories when there's enough alternatives for me to eat food I enjoy without something having to be slaughtered. Strange question, suppose there's some purile response coming my way??????


Ah! Ah! Ah! :-D
Just seen this other post.
You guys are nuts!
Humans are, were and will be omnivorous, that means that we eat anything.
Furthermore breading animals for human consumption and hunting are the oldest activities of our ancestors.
Absolutely no vegetable or meat substitute (as you like to call them) will provide the same proteins of meat.
I am not talking about quantity of proteins but quality; animal proteins cannot be replaced by any vegetable option.
Medical science!
And I get very upset when any vegetarian preaces against meat laying about the effects of it! :x
#39
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#40
Never heard of these, yet they're "No 1 GB pub company ?
Obviously one of those Lahnden and the home counties companies.

cibarious
[SIZE="2"]
I mention the number of years in order to indicate that my decision is not a "five minute fad" and that I will not be jumping onto the next band-waggon that passes.

If your comments are typical of your attitude to the things you don't understand, you would do yourself and us a favour by keeping that lack of comprehension to yourself.[/SIZE]


I agree with Red Devil that veggies are the most tedious people in the country, along with the politically correct Guardianistas.
Frequently they're one and the same.

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