The historic Trafford Hall Hotel has once again opened its doors, having recently undergone a loving refurbishment and with full safety measures in place.
As well as boutique style accommodation, the hotel is home to the Signature Steakhouse restaurant, which offers big bold plates of food using top quality produce from award winning Farmison’s butchers.
Specialising in 100% grass-fed heritage breed herds, reared naturally to roam the fells of Yorkshire, Lancashire and Cumbria, Farmison are masters of dry aging meat on the bone, and they supply some of the country’s top restaurants including chef Tommy Banks and The Ivy restaurants.
The 32-day aged heritage beef at Signature Steakhouse includes all your favourite cuts, starting from £16 and including triple cooked chips.
And right now, it’s better value than ever.
To celebrate the restaurant reopening, all diners can get their hands on a free glass of bubbly this July, running throughout the month.
Then in August, the steakhouse will be participating in the government’s new Eat Out To Help Out scheme, which offers diners a discount of 50% on food and soft drinks, up to £10 per person.
That offer will run from Monday to Wednesday at Signature Steakhouse, making the top quality steaks superb value.
But if you’d rather dine later in the week, there’s another special offer, too.
Throughout August, the restaurant will offer diners 30% off food from Thursday to Sunday – the days excluded from the Eat Out To Help Out scheme.
So whenever you choose to dine, you needn’t miss out on some great discounts.
And it’s not just about steaks, either. You’ll also find burgers, sides and classic dishes, as well as vegan and halal options on the menu.
Starters include pea and feta croquettes, hot golden breadcrumbs on the outside, gentle pea and sheep’s cheese flavours inside, served on a blob of sharp mint aioli, or crisp golden calamari with a gentle fiery kick.
Mains include chicken cordon bleu: a plump chicken fillet stuffed with soft, salty serrano ham, and a mild but tangy blue cheese pesto, covered in a rich peppery sauce and laid out on a bed of crisp salad leaves, or a vegetarian grilled halloumi and pear burger with chilli jam and provolone.
And you can finish off with a peanut and chocolate cake covered with a sticky, gooey, delicious peanut cream, studded with crunchy caramelised almonds with a small but perfectly formed dollop of cream.
So whether you go for the free bubbly in July or discount dining in August, you’re guaranteed a great value summer meal.