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25% off food challenges on Fridays - The Apocalypse Cow Burger £7.87 - 1KG of Nachos with toppings £7.49 (see post) @ Flaming Grill Pubs
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25% off food challenges on Fridays - The Apocalypse Cow Burger £7.87 - 1KG of Nachos with toppings £7.49 (see post) @ Flaming Grill Pubs

£7.87£10.4925%Greene King Deals
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Refreshed 25th Jan (Posted 23rd Jan)

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Flaming Grill pubs (part of Greene King) are running 25% off their 'challenges' every Friday, see below for the different options. Prices will vary by location, below prices are based on the Nosy Parker Lincoln. You can also get a free drink by signing up to the Greene king app.

The Apocalypse Cow Burger £10.49 (£7.87 with the 25% off)

4 flame-grilled beef burgers with cheese, fried onions, 4 smoked streaky bacon rashers and BBQ pulled pork, served with iceberg lettuce and burger sauce in a brioche bun. Served with onion rings, corn on the cob, coleslaw, a stack of seasoned fries and Texan-style BBQ sauce


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1kg Nachos Challenge (v) £9.99 (£7.49 with the 25% off)

1kg Nachos Challenge (v) 1kg of tortilla chips, fully loaded with nacho cheese sauce, cheese, tomato salsa, sour cream, jalapeños and fresh Mexican salsa


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The Hunters Pizza Steak - 24oz runp steak meal £16.99 (£12.74 with the 25% off)

24oz* rump steak topped with Texan-style BBQ sauce, fried onions, 6 rashers of smoked streaky bacon and melted cheese. Served with a large portion of chips, coleslaw, grilled tomato, mushrooms and onion rings

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TABASCO® Sauce Wings Challenge £12.89 (£9.67 with the 25% off)

2kg of BBQ chicken wings served with TABASCO® Chipotle Sauce and TABASCO® Habanero Sauce.

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Pub on a platter £17.99 (£13.49 with the 25% off)

2 half racks of BBQ pork ribs, 4 chicken wings, an XL flame-grilled cheese & bacon burger and an onion ring stacker. Served with coleslaw, corn on the cob and an extra large portion of chips

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Brain Freeze Challenge £8.69 (£6.52 with the 25% off)


7 Scoops of vanilla and 7 scoops of chocolate flavoured ice cream, Cadbury Crunchie pieces, Candy bites chocolate brownies, Chocolate fudge cake, Crispy wafers, cream, Chocolate flavoured sauce.

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Thoughtful23/01/2019 19:31

When there are so many people short of food and going hungry, these …When there are so many people short of food and going hungry, these massive portions just seem wrong.


We can use that logic to almost any part of our lives. Should we feel guilty that we have clean running water? Should we not flush the toilet? Should I feel guilty that I have an electric toothbrush when other can't afford a plastic one? Hunger is wrong, homelessness is wrong, cruelty is wrong, and poverty is wrong. Eating too much has nothing to do with it. If you want to do something constructive, challenge the distribution of wealth, work for a charity, set up your own, renounce Western lifestyle and donate your assets to those that really need them just to live. Otherwise it's a pointless guilt trip you either use against yourself as a means of feeling guilty, or one that you use for the sake of making others feel it. Either way, it's just an ego trip.
That first burger represents incredible value versus something like Five Guys.

Sure, Five Guys taste amazing and the chips are pretty good, but it's the Nando's model of premium fast food. At least here it will be brought to your table!

I remember doing the Fatty Arbuckles challenge meal when I was but only 14 many moons ago. Won a tshirt, certificate and free meal. The challenge was starter (bowl of soup and some bread), 22oz steak with chips and salad and over a litre of ice cream with fruit and whatnot for dessert. I had a group of women cheering me on at the end and the manager begrudgingly handed over my reward. Was gutted when my mum threw that tshirt out
When there are so many people short of food and going hungry, these massive portions just seem wrong.
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What are those? a massive treat...
grrrrrrrrr and KFC 5.99 is back from next week. grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
looks ok for a starter thanks chanchi
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I'm in


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Holy Cow ! 🐄
This is the greatest thing I have ever read
When there are so many people short of food and going hungry, these massive portions just seem wrong.
Comes with free heart bypass operation, im in
Do you get anything if you eat it all (as it's billed as a challenge)? Or just heartburn?
Smeeble2 m ago

Do you get anything if you eat it all (as it's billed as a challenge)? Or …Do you get anything if you eat it all (as it's billed as a challenge)? Or just heartburn?


Certificate and 50% off coupon I think. Never done it (yet)
Sickening waste of food!
Dare I ask how much calories are in those?
CAL2323/01/2019 19:36

Dare I ask how much calories are in those?


Enough to get you through the day
Smeeble7 m ago

Do you get anything if you eat it all (as it's billed as a challenge)? Or …Do you get anything if you eat it all (as it's billed as a challenge)? Or just heartburn?



maybe a free second challenge meal as the first one wasn't enough
Anything stopping you sharing 1 of these with rest of family?
That first burger represents incredible value versus something like Five Guys.

Sure, Five Guys taste amazing and the chips are pretty good, but it's the Nando's model of premium fast food. At least here it will be brought to your table!

I remember doing the Fatty Arbuckles challenge meal when I was but only 14 many moons ago. Won a tshirt, certificate and free meal. The challenge was starter (bowl of soup and some bread), 22oz steak with chips and salad and over a litre of ice cream with fruit and whatnot for dessert. I had a group of women cheering me on at the end and the manager begrudgingly handed over my reward. Was gutted when my mum threw that tshirt out
RedNWhite23/01/2019 19:47

The nachos are the highest with 6008 calories. That'll do for a couple of …The nachos are the highest with 6008 calories. That'll do for a couple of days https://www.greeneking-pubs.co.uk/media/5369/flaming-grill-main-menu-aw18-nutrition-report.pdf


300% intake!
22g salt

I like Nachos but I don't think I'm touching that!
I see that it says suitable for vegetarians. I'm not sure they'd want to put over 6,000 calories in their bodies!
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Thoughtful23/01/2019 19:31

When there are so many people short of food and going hungry, these …When there are so many people short of food and going hungry, these massive portions just seem wrong.


We can use that logic to almost any part of our lives. Should we feel guilty that we have clean running water? Should we not flush the toilet? Should I feel guilty that I have an electric toothbrush when other can't afford a plastic one? Hunger is wrong, homelessness is wrong, cruelty is wrong, and poverty is wrong. Eating too much has nothing to do with it. If you want to do something constructive, challenge the distribution of wealth, work for a charity, set up your own, renounce Western lifestyle and donate your assets to those that really need them just to live. Otherwise it's a pointless guilt trip you either use against yourself as a means of feeling guilty, or one that you use for the sake of making others feel it. Either way, it's just an ego trip.
Man v food
I've just noticed in the nutrition information that the Nachos are listed as a STARTER!
Beardmeatsfood on youtube would eat all of it in an hour
Dekard9723/01/2019 20:05

We can use that logic to almost any part of our lives. Should we feel …We can use that logic to almost any part of our lives. Should we feel guilty that we have clean running water? Should we not flush the toilet? Should I feel guilty that I have an electric toothbrush when other can't afford a plastic one? Hunger is wrong, homelessness is wrong, cruelty is wrong, and poverty is wrong. Eating too much has nothing to do with it. If you want to do something constructive, challenge the distribution of wealth, work for a charity, set up your own, renounce Western lifestyle and donate your assets to those that really need them just to live. Otherwise it's a pointless guilt trip you either use against yourself as a means of feeling guilty, or one that you use for the sake of making others feel it. Either way, it's just an ego trip.


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We've done this challenge a few times. The Burger is doable if you have a big appetite and the hot wings are nice if you can handle heat. Last time around I and my mate shared the burger. Notbad for £7.49. Its a good deal if you share and their pubs are nice too
Meteoor1 h, 0 m ago

Anything stopping you sharing 1 of these with rest of family?


Greed.
Meteoor1 h, 21 m ago

Anything stopping you sharing 1 of these with rest of family?


That's what I want to know but it doesn't say anywhere
Shame pubs look like dodgy local boozers hmm
Just rubbish stuff.

The only decent item are the wings to share with a bunch of people. Must be areason that the have no restaurant up here in Scotland.
That burger looks absolutely delicious.
Heart attack challenge lol
The torch pub in Wembley will do anything they can to get out of letting you order this. Most common excuses are "we have run out of buns" "we can't give it to your without the buns" etc.

I think they just use it as an excuse to get people in
Let's leave this kinda stuff to the americans, ey?!

Brits already too fat!
Smeeble2 h, 2 m ago

Do you get anything if you eat it all (as it's billed as a challenge)? Or …Do you get anything if you eat it all (as it's billed as a challenge)? Or just heartburn?


Heart attack I would imagine
cactusbrandy23/01/2019 19:48

That first burger represents incredible value versus something like Five …That first burger represents incredible value versus something like Five Guys.Sure,


No value at all, just poor quality for show off idiots.
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