THIS Veganuary and Dry January there is something for everyone at Fridays – both for guests enjoying dine in, or dine out and delivery. The flexible nature of Fridays’ year-round menu means that guests can always experience dishes and drinks full of flavour whether they’re a vegan, a meat lover, cutting back on booze or somewhere in between.
Delicious vegan dishes
Guests who are vegan, veggie or going flexitarian for Veganuary this year, need look no further than the Fridays Vegan Burger. This mouth-watering dish is made from plant-based protein, beetroot and coconut oil served on a vegan bun topped with guacamole and drizzled with Fridays® Legendary Glaze (which is vegan), served with house fries on the side. Joining the Fridays Vegan Burger as a fan-favourite are the veggie Garlic and Chilli Veg fajitas (dine in only). Served on a hot skillet with a selection of dips and warm tortillas, it also comes with a selection of tasty starters such as the Loaded BBQ Beans and much more.
For more details and to view the vegan menu available at your local Fridays restaurant please visit the Fridays website.
For those that are sticking with meat this Veganuary, Fridays is proud to offer beef which is Scotch certified and has been grass-fed on quality assured farms throughout Scotland. Steaks are hand-selected by master butchers to ensure they are exceptionally tender and flavoursome. Ribeye and sirloin steaks are 28 day aged to add to the natural flavour. The introduction of certified Scotch Beef is endorsed by Quality Meat Scotland (the Quality Assurance certification body).
Low or no cocktails for Dry January
In keeping with the ‘spirit’ of something for everyone this January, Fridays is proud to offer a range of flavourful low and no cocktails that give guests that Fridays feeling without the alcohol. The new Famous at Fridays cocktail menu includes The Flaming Rose, a delicious and refreshing mocktail made up of Seed Lip Spice 94, Fentimans pink rhubarb tonic, lime, watermelon, as well as unique twists on classics such as The Virgin Mary; made with tomato juice, lemon, celery, olives and Fridays® seasoning.
There are plenty of low alcohol and fully fledged cocktails to choose from and more information on what drinks are available at your local Fridays can be found online.
Speaking about the year-round flexitarian menu, Dan Stapes, CMO said: “This January why not celebrate Veganuary and Dry January the Fridays way – with a range of delicious vegan, vegetarian and low or no alcohol options that are guaranteed to give you that Fridays feeling, no matter the day. We’re really proud to offer a year-round menu that caters to all whether you’re a meat lover, flexitarian, vegetarian or vegan. Our menu is perfect for those that want to try something new or stick to our iconic classics this January.”
When dining in, to have the best possible experience, Fridays is encouraging guests to pre-book their table. With social distancing measures in place and in line with the latest government guidance, all walk-in guests will need to go through track and trace procedures to ensure everyone’s safety.
Instructions on local restrictions concerning the number of guests and households permitted are provided to guests on the Fridays website, booking platform and booking confirmation email for online reservations. The Fridays COVID-19 safety management controls. can be found online at www.tgifridays.co.uk/covid-19-safety-measures/.
For those looking to get that Fridays feeling at home a specially tailored menu will be available for Click & Collect and Home Delivery orders at participating restaurants. When completing their order on www.tgifridays.co.uk/clickandcollect/ guests will be able to choose a collection slot, and at this point will be advised on how to collect their food safely.