If you have a Time Out Card you’re in for a treat as, for one day only, US burrito king Chipotle is giving all Time Out Cardholders a free burrito to celebrate the opening of its seventh London restaurant at London Wall (please see the email newsletter for details!). If you’re not a Cardholder, simply buy yours by Wed July 8 to take advantage of this great offer.
Chipotle prides itself on the careful sourcing of its ingredients, especially its meat, so you can get stuck in safe in the knowledge that the beef, chicken, pork, rice, beans, salsa, guacamole and everything else will create a lip-smackingly delicious end result that’s not only cost-free, but guilt-free too (well, relatively, depending on how much you like cheese and guacamole).
This offer is valid on Wednesday July 8 2015 from 4pm-close.
You must bring your Time Out Card with you in order to redeem this offer.
One free burrito per person, for one-time use only. This offer does not include drinks.
Time Out accepts no responsibility for this offer.
Valid at all Chipotle restaurants in London, please see below for details of participating venues:
49 London Wall. EC2M 5TE
114-116 Charing Cross Road. WC2H 0JR
101-103 Baker Street. W1U 6HQ
181-185 Wardour Street. W1F 8WF
334 Upper Street. N1 0PB
92-93 St Martins Lane. WC2N 4AP
40 Wimbledon Hill Road. SW19 7PA
Not a Time Out Cardholder? Buy your Time Out Card today to take advantage of this great offer.
Does London really need a fine dining restaurant at The O2? It’s a question you’ll ask yourself more than once at The Peninsula, which is tucked inside the InterContinental Hotel and promises ‘dramatic views’ over Canary Wharf and Greenwich Peninsula. In truth, the best view you’ll get here is of the food that’s placed in front of you. The dishes are artfully put together and, quite simply, beautiful. A starter of pink and tender Iberico pork fillet combined particularly well with soft pieces of prawn ceviche and some glossy blobs of squid ink, while the other end of the meal featured a sensational vanilla parfait with sticky toffee and tonka crumble that I devoured within seconds. It’s a shame, then, that nobody’s here to enjoy it. Maybe it’s the location. Maybe it’s because the average price of a main is nearly £30. Either way, the lack of bodies gives the place a very strange, stuffy atmosphere. The waiters are outstanding and they do their best to bring some energy into the otherwise silent room, but we can’t help feeling that The Peninsula needs to loosen up a little to attract The O2 masses.
Venue says: “Watching your favourite act live at The O2? Experience our wonderful pre-show menu and enjoy direct access into the arena post dinner!”
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