6 of the best-value restaurant deals for food-lovers in Weston-super-Mare

PUBLISHED: 11:07 09 February 2017 | UPDATED: 17:23 10 February 2017

Here are some of the best food deals for diners on a budget in Weston-super-Mare.

Here are some of the best food deals for diners on a budget in Weston-super-Mare.

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Weston-super-Mare has lots of great restaurants on offer and there is no reason to miss out just because you are on a budget – here are six of the best dining deals in the town…

Bistrot Pierre offers a delicious pre-theatre menu, which is one of the best restaurant deals in Weston-super-Mare.Bistrot Pierre offers a delicious pre-theatre menu, which is one of the best restaurant deals in Weston-super-Mare.

Bistrot Pierre

The French restaurant is one of Weston-super-Mare’s newest eateries but has impressed many people. The restaurant, in Beach Road, offers French cuisine with stunning sea views.

For people on a budget the restaurant has a great value deal in its Pre Theatre menu, which provides diners with two courses for £14.95 if they order before 6.45pm Monday to Saturday or before 7pm on Sunday.

The slightly scaled-down menu includes steak, burgers, pork medallions and more.

Michelangelo has won multiple awards and offers a great value happy hour menu.Michelangelo has won multiple awards and offers a great value happy hour menu.

Il Michelangelo

Anyone who loves Italian knows Il Michelangelo, in Knightstone Road, is one of the nicest places in Somerset to enjoy authentic Italian cuisine but it is also great value for money.

It is one of the best restaurants in Weston-super-Mare and its happy hour menu makes it even more affordable. Between noon and 3pm and 5pm to 6.30pm Monday to Friday people can enjoy three courses for £14.95.

The menu includes any choice of pizza or pasta and a selection of meat and fish dishes – with a choice of tasty tiramisu, profiteroles or other guilty treats for dessert.

Loves Cafe offers a great range of tapas.Loves Cafe offers a great range of tapas.

Loves Café

If you can not decide what you want to eat then tapas at Loves Café, in West Street, could be the perfect solution.

Sticky sausages in beer and brown sugar, meatballs and garlic mushrooms are just some of what’s on offer on the café’s lunchtime tapas menu.

The food deal means you can pay £4 per dish or get three bits of tapas for £10.

If you are looking for some cheap but quality Indian cuisine try out The Curry Garden's banquet.If you are looking for some cheap but quality Indian cuisine try out The Curry Garden's banquet.

The Curry Garden

Did someone say Indian banquet? We’re in… The Curry Garden, in Orchard Street, runs an incredible-value deal on Thursday and Sunday nights.

Diners get to enjoy either a mixed starter –chicken and lamb tikka, sheek kebab, onion bhajee, garlic mushrooms and salad – or a vegetarian mixed starter – made up of onion bhajee, garlic mushrooms and salad – and then follow it with their choice of main dish and choose two out of three options; either a side dish, rice or naan bread.

The banquet costs just £11.95 and even includes a coffee to finish and, if you don’t finish it all, you can take it home all packed up for £1.50.

James Willis-Boden outside The Imperial pub which runs a great lunch-time deal.James Willis-Boden outside The Imperial pub which runs a great lunch-time deal.

The Imperial

If you forget to make a packed lunch one day or fancy a more indulgent lunch-time treat The Imperial pub, in South Parade, offers a lunch deal for just £5.95.

The deal includes any sandwich – with a choice of white bread, brown bread or a baguette – with chips, salad and a drink, now that is a bargain.

Steak sandwiches, salmon and rocket and a traditional ploughman’s sandwich are just some of the options available.

Tokyo Wok runs a buy-one-get-one-free deal on Tuesdays.Tokyo Wok runs a buy-one-get-one-free deal on Tuesdays.

Tokyo Wok

If you do not want to leave the comfort of your own home but fancy a treat the Tokyo Wok’s Tokyo Tuesday deal could be the perfect solution.

The restaurant, in Orchard Place, provides the perfect cheap but delicious meal on Tuesdays when it offers two boxes for the price of one for collection takeaways and eat-in customers – try a veg box for people looking for something a little healthier, or go all out on noodles and rice if you are feeling hungy.

We would recommend you try out some of the sides, too, the prawn toast is some of the best around.

Do you know any other good restaurant deals in Weston-super-Mare? Tweet us @WSMercury or find us on Facebook to let us know!

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