Full-size pasta main course, £5 at all Jamie's Italians, any day/time in April, free "taster" like small starter too
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Full-size pasta main course, £5 at all Jamie's Italians, any day/time in April, free "taster" like small starter too

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Found 2nd Apr 2017
This chain rarely do offers this good - less than half price, and can get as a lone diner. Additionally, AMEX are doing 5% off a £30 spend, you could buy a £30 gift card and use it gradually. Credit to Juggler1 for first informing me of this deal.

Don't see why the TASTER wouldn't apply too:

One taster per Gold Club member and each guest ordering a main course only. Gold Club member must present their Gold Club card in order to receive tasters. One taster per customer can be redeemed on each visit only. Tasters change on a monthly basis and are subject to availability. Valid at Jamie’s Italian UK restaurants only. No cash alternative available.

I don't think the free 125ml glass of wine for ordering a main would apple, as it does clearly state that "not with any other offer", but you could try. Same for "kids eat free" when an adult orders a main.

From website: "Ever since the doors to our first Jamie’s Italian opened in 2008, we’ve been committed to making fresh pasta every day. Our dishes use pasta that’s been made on site that morning with premium ingredients, extruded into all the shapes and sizes you see on the menu. To showcase the quality of our wonderful bowls of pasta, we think simple is best. That’s why on our specials boards this week, you’ll find a comforting favourite – Tagliatelle Bolognese, for only £5.

Our beautiful ragù is made to Gennaro’s recipe with slow-cooked pork, beef & red wine. It’s then tossed through fresh strips of pasta and topped with pangrattato & Parmesan. Simply perfect.

PASTA SPECIALS FOR £5

Offer available on selected pasta specials only between 1–30 April 2017. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Subject to availability. Valid in all Jamie's Italian UK restaurants."
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this chain rarely do good food.
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this chain rarely do good food.
Jamie Oliver as Italian as a tin of Heinz spaghetti.
LuckyL

this chain rarely do good food.



​Ridiculous comment, been at least 15 times & never had a bad meal.
Was at his restaurant in Newcastle last Friday - they have a £5 pizza on during the day - till 6pm. Also have cash back on spends there with santander 123.
Fungi pizza that day - nice - it's a 10 from Len @ 5 quid - beats a brewers fayre or McD's.
When you go, make sure you drink tap water with it, a little less profit for Jamie might make him a little less smug.
bobbyarbogast

​Ridiculous comment, been at least 15 times & never had a bad meal.



Your obviously think Pot Noodle is a good meal then. Food is over rated/priced and peeps just go as they like to follow the herd, like sheep to the slaughterhouse. Baaaa d food oO
Worth a try for a fiver, heat added
starbidder

Your obviously think Pot Noodle is a good meal then. Food is over … Your obviously think Pot Noodle is a good meal then. Food is over rated/priced and peeps just go as they like to follow the herd, like sheep to the slaughterhouse. Baaaa d food oO


That's a bit of an overreaction, they only said "never had a bad meal." which is hardly overly enthusiastic praise is it? It just means it wasn't awful, which for the price of it, is the very minimum you'd expect.
Buffoon.
Shame the food is so awful
Nice posting op, thanks for the credit am going to take daughter to the Manc one. It's pretty fancy, she'll like it
Edited by: "juggler1" 2nd Apr 2017
his restaurant near me just closed. brexit is to blame apparently. not that it served expensive, average food.....
Cheers OP and will give this a go
bobbyarbogast

​Ridiculous comment, been at least 15 times & never had a bad meal.



Watch out for the Dolmio brigade, anything without 3 tablespoons of sugar will likely taste offensive to them.
Op- I've just seen that there is also £10 off a £40 spend on O2 priority. Only 5 hrs left to go on that deal though
hmm mighy have to go there tonight
There olives are brill
Had the worst pasta I've ever had in one of his restaurants. Would not go back.
Heat added. Shame they are only located in Posh towns & cities .
Mind you , don't think i would open up an eaterie in Peterborough either X)
I don't know if it has been mentioned but you get 10% back through santander offers... santander customers only..
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LuckyL

this chain rarely do good food.



yeah right, so you are a good judge, loser?
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mimi78

Shame the food is so awful



jamie oliver hater idiot
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gillygolly

There olives are brill



why are olives brill there?
darren9030

Heat added. Shame they are only located in Posh towns & cities . Mind you … Heat added. Shame they are only located in Posh towns & cities . Mind you , don't think i would open up an eaterie in Peterborough either X)



​Not in Richmond as of recently
luvsadealdealdeal

why are olives brill there?


They are crispy big and delicious not like everyday olives
A fiver for a plate of pasta doesn't sound like much of a deal and I would not want to line the pockets of that fat-tongued Mockney under any circumstances!
darren9030

Heat added. Shame they are only located in Posh towns & cities . Mind you … Heat added. Shame they are only located in Posh towns & cities . Mind you , don't think i would open up an eaterie in Peterborough either X)


There's one in Portsmouth....
Horrible place.
Wow! Didn't realise Jamie's Italians attracted such hatred. Maybe it depends on your local restaurant? Every time I've visited the staff couldn't have been more helpful and the food was lovely.
The one in Birmingham is terrible. Poor quality food, cramped seating and strange portions (had a massive mound of linguine and about 2 prawns and a tablespoon of sauce). Think it does vary from location to location as the Oxford one I went to was pleasant.
spatter

​Not in Richmond as of recently




OK - whether you mean Surrey or North Yorkshire I guess they are both more well to do than where I live.
I thought they were closing a load of these down?
Been to the angel one numerous times. Every single time the food tasted too salty. It was tasty but just way too salty. It was also overpriced but at £5 this is a good deal, so I'll check it out tomorrow!
ReflexReact

Been to the angel one numerous times. Every single time the food tasted … Been to the angel one numerous times. Every single time the food tasted too salty. It was tasty but just way too salty. It was also overpriced but at £5 this is a good deal, so I'll check it out tomorrow!



Too salty? I wonder which bodily fluids the kitchen staff added to that?
Didn't realise that the chain had such a hit-and-miss reputation.

The Manchester one is decent enough. The building it's in is beautiful.
darren9030

OK - whether you mean Surrey or North Yorkshire I guess they are both … OK - whether you mean Surrey or North Yorkshire I guess they are both more well to do than where I live.



​Surrey. it's a posh area so fancy restaurants are plentiful. But they have to perform because there is SO much competition
bobbyarbogast

​Ridiculous comment, been at least 15 times & never had a bad meal.



Recommend you to go to a real Italian restaurant and you will see the difference ...
pasta, starter and drink and service with smile for a fivr
I've eaten in his place a couple of times, pasta is just about OK but there are way better options out there.
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