Sourdough pizza and cider restaurant, The Stable, has announced that its Cardiff restaurant, which reopened last week, will be extending the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out initiative throughout September.
From this week, customers will continue to be given 50% off their bill when they dine at The Cardiff Stable, from Monday to Wednesday. The offer will be available to redeem against food and soft drinks up to a maximum of £10.
“We were delighted to reopen our doors again last week and see many of our extremely loyal and supportive customers”, said The Cardiff Stable’s general manager Rob Tuck. “Having been closed for the majority of August, it only seemed right that we extend the Eat Out to Help offer ourselves to give customers the opportunity to enjoy a meal out with their friends and family again.”
The popular pizza restaurant which is located beside St David’s Shopping Center, re-opened on Wednesday 26th July and has since welcomed back shoppers, local workers and tourists alike to enjoy its delicious sourdough pizzas and extensive cider offering.