M Restaurants launches ‘steak roulette’ where you can win £100 steak

All you have to do is spin the wheel

Updated on 09 March 2020 • Written By Eamonn Crowe

M Restaurants launches ‘steak roulette’ where you can win £100 steak

London steak restaurant M Threadneedle Street is launching a new ‘Steak Roulette’ night, where guests can win a Japanese kobe steak worth £100.

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The high-end steak brand, which also has outposts in Victoria Street and Twickenham, is launching the Steak Roulette from Wednesday 11 March. To play, diners pay a flat fee of £40, before spinning a roulette board which will be brought to your table on wheels, to ramp up the gameshow feel. Once you have spun the wheel, you can land on a steak worth anything from £31 to £100.

Those who have luck on their side might be rewarded with a Japanese kobe steak with the value of £100 or a Wagyu sirloin priced at £80, while diners with a little less luck can tuck into an Argentine rump, valued at £31. Sides are drinks are not included as part of the Steak Roulette, but guests are free to order the likes of triple-cooked chips and deep-fried brussel sprouts to pad out their meal.

M Restaurants is known for its high-quality steaks and the Threadneedle Street site is particularly popular among the City crowds of business folk. Steaks at the restaurant hail from six different countries around the globe, namely Japan, Australia, South Africa, France, America and Argentina.

Speaking about the fun new initiative, co-founder of M Restaurants Martin Williams said: “M’s Steak Roulette is a great way for friends to come together for something unique. M Restaurants is always looking to offer new experiences with a high-quality food offering from across the globe. Steak lovers can now really get their teeth into something both competitive and entertaining!”

The Steak Roulette at M Threadneedle Street is available from Wednesday 11 March and costs £40 per person.

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