Chop House Spring Update

23rd April 2019

Chop House news 😊

  • From 7th May we are opening at 5.30pm again. Last food order at 8.45pm.
  • Burger Buddies!! 2 burgers for £20 and ½ price onion rings between the hour of 5.30pm and 6.30pm tables must be vacated by 7pm.
  • 10% discount offered to Nationwide staff, NHS Staff from GWH, Emergency Services Staff and Armed Forces/MOD; flash us your badge and we’ll hit the 10% discount button at lunch times (12 – 2pm)
  • Don’t forget, we can do most things in a takeaway carton if you’re pushed for time at lunch or dinner. Give us a call and we’ll arrange for your food to be ready for pick up.
  • The Tuppenny; as passionate about beer as we are about food. Pop in and see them sometime when you’re next in Old Town. We have a pop up restaurant with them too so you can eat our glorious burger, hot dogs or ribs whilst sampling your way through their beer menu.

Chop House news 😊

• From 7th May we are opening at 5pm again. Last food order at 8.45pm.

• Burger Buddies!! 2 burgers for £20 and ½ price onion rings between the hour of 5 and 6pm (last food order at 5.45pm) tables must be vacated by 6.30pm.

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