The Wetherspoon’s Curry and Steak Club is BACK as the pub chain announces the return of old favorites

Vinda-whoo! Wetherspoon’s curry and steak clubs are BACK as the pub chain announces the return of old favorites plus a new menu with boneless chicken dishes and healthy options for kids

  • The pub chain has brought back hugely popular meal nights for the public
  • This is part of a menu revamp which will see a range of new dishes brought in
  • These include boneless chicken baskets and healthier options for kids.
  • The changes will be introduced in the channel’s ads from Wednesday March 30

Wetherspoon has announced it is bringing back its iconic curry and steak clubs amid a revamp of its menu.

The hugely popular events, which contain special offers on curries and steaks from the pub chain, have been absent for six months after deciding to run them throughout the week.

The firm has now decided to bring them back as part of a new menu which will bring a range of new dishes to its pubs from Wednesday 30 March.

As a result, the Curry Club will return to Thursday evenings, while the Steak Club will return to Tuesday evenings.

However, they won’t be exactly the same as the chain expands the range of curries customers can choose from.

It will now be Chicken Korma, Sweet Potato Curry and Chicken Vindaloo.

The Wetherspoon Curry Club, which features chicken tikka masala (pictured), returns on Thursday nights

This is in addition to the usual chicken jalfrezi, beef madras, chicken tikka masala and mangalorean roasted spinach and cauliflower curry.

Each curry is served with basmati rice pilaf, plain naan bread and poppadums.

There will also be two new side dishes in the form of onion bhaji and vegetable samosa.

The chain is also bringing back its Steak Club, which includes sirloin steak (pictured), to Tuesday nights

The chain is also bringing back its Steak Club, which includes sirloin steak (pictured), to Tuesday nights

There will also be two new meals added to the Steak Club – gammon (5oz and 10oz options), with eggs, served with peas and mushrooms, half a tomato with a choice of fries or potato wedges jacket.

A far cry from its club nights, pubs in England, Scotland and Wales will also see four new boneless chicken dishes, each served in a basket.

These boneless baskets will include either three southern fried chicken strips and five chicken breast bites, one basket of southern fried chicken strips (five strips), one basket of chicken breast bites (ten pieces) and one basket of Quorn “No Chicken” Nuggets (eight pieces) .

These will all be served with a sauce of your choice – options include BBQ, Sweet Chili, JD Honey Glaze and Sticky Soy – as well as coleslaw and rice or fries.

There will also be a new grilled chicken dish, with chicken gravy and the option of mashed potatoes, fries or jacket potatoes.

For those looking for something a little healthier, a fruit salad will be available for breakfast or dessert – when served with ice cream – and fruit options added to the porridge.

Wetherspoon says the changes will take effect from Wednesday, March 30

Wetherspoon says the changes will take effect from Wednesday, March 30

The chain is also adding a small pancake platter, also available for breakfast or dessert, as well as a smashed avocado muffin and a maple chicken and salted bacon salad.

The children’s menu will also be updated to include strawberries and blueberries as a healthier dessert option, while a bag of apples will be added to the free fruit options for all children’s meals.

Wetherspoon’s Senior Director of Food Development, Matt Elsdon, said: “We are always looking to provide our customers with the best meal choice possible.

“We believe our customers will welcome the new meals and will also be delighted with the return of the Steak Club and Curry Club on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

“As always, all meals will be of the highest quality and available at value-for-money prices.”

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Dino S. Williams