25 Aug 2020
To celebrate its reopening, the award-winning Heliot Steak House, renowned for its premium USDA steaks at already exceptional value, will extend the Eat Out to Help Out initiative by offering guests 50% off food and soft drinks (up to £10 pp) every Sunday – Wednesday until 30th September.
The Government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme might end this week, but diners heading to Heliot Steak House next month can still enjoy 200g of premium USDA fillet or sirloin steak for just £15 (usually £25) or a prime USDA burger for just £6. Alternatively, pay full price for your steak and add a lobster tail for just £2!
Located within The Hippodrome Casino in the heart of London’s Leicester Square, Heliot Steak House specialises in dry aged USDA steaks, serving up nine different cuts cooked to orders. All are handpicked by Executive Chef and world’s first Meatologist, Ioannis Grammenos, from third-generation master butchers, Tom Hixson of Smithfields, who ensures only the best prime beef is sourced from producers with animal welfare and heritage prioritised.
Speaking of the extended offering, Executive Chef Ioannis Grammenos comments: “It’s been a long road to reopening and having only been able to do so on 15th August, we want to give diners a bigger window in which to enjoy a great steak at a great price. We are so happy to be welcoming our customers back and hope to encourage new ones to try Heliot over the coming month. ”
Tables are limited, so book early to avoid disappointed via Open Table: https://www.opentable.co.uk/r/heliot-steak-house-london.
Heliot Steak House at The Hippodrome,
Cranbourn Street, Leicester Square WC2H 7JH
For more information, please contact Isobel Wilson or Kellie Erm at Roche Communications on 020 7436 1111 or firstname.lastname@example.org