Searcys joins Eat Out to Help Out scheme3 August 2020
Searcys has joined the Eat Out to Help Out government scheme, offering customers 50% off food and non-alcoholic drinks up to £10 per person, Monday to Wednesday, throughout August. The offer will be available at The Saatchi Gallery Bar & Brasserie, Mr Eddy’s Café at Exbury Gardens, The Pump Room and Pleasure Gardens Café at Blenheim Palace.
The Pump Room
The Pump Room reopens on Monday 10 August. From 10.00 until 11.45, our morning menu will be available featuring cakes and Bath buns with tea or coffee. Afternoon tea will be served from noon until 17:45, Monday to Sunday with savoury and sweet selections to enjoy.
With the Eat Out to Help Out discount, you can enjoy sumptuous treats at the iconic Pump Room from as little £4.00 per person!
Saatchi Gallery Bar & Brasserie
Located in the wing of the Saatchi Gallery in Duke of York Square, moments from Sloane Square Tube station, Searcys’ Brasserie and Bar offers all-day dining 11.30-19.30 from Monday to Sunday. This summer, we have expanded our open-air Terrace, to offer al fresco all-day dining or drinks in the shade of the gallery green.
Our menu celebrates seasonal and sustainable produce, with the menu highlights including classic English favourites such as Pea and sorrel soup, Freedom pale ale battered haddock, minted peas, tartar sauce and Sticky toffee pudding with clotted cream. Our executive chef Philip Neil has also created new seasonal dishes – Avocado, spinach, charred broccolini, quinoa, pink grapefruit, pomegranate salad, Spelt risotto, wild mushrooms, roast squash with black truffle, and Earl Grey tea panna cotta with butter shortbread.
Pleasure Gardens Pizza Café at Blenheim Palace
Famed as the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace is a World Heritage site currently home to the 12th Duke and Duchess of Marlborough set in more than 2,000 acres of beautiful parkland and gardens.
Treat yourself to a delicious, freshly handmade pizza before or after exploring Blenheim Palace. The Café also offers a selection of salads, sandwiches, bakery, cold and hot drinks.
Mr Eddy’s Café at Exbury Gardens
The Gardens are a spectacular 200 acre (80 hectares) site, world-famous for the Rothschild Collection of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias, rare trees and shrubs. Located in the former Estate Smithy, Mr Eddy’s Café and Restaurant provides guests with a menu that reflects the seasons and showcases the best of British produce. A 20 minute trip aboard the 12 ¼ inch gauge Steam Railway is sure to delight visitors of all ages. Children will love the adventure play area and looking at all the wildlife that we have! Top the day off with an ice-cream or tea and cake in Mr Eddy’s Café.
If you would like to visit the Gardens, we recommend purchasing gardens admission day tickets online as this is one of the most effective ways to ensure visitor and staff safety. Steam Railway tickets must be booked at the Visitor Entrance upon arrival. No cash will be accepted and we ask that visitors use contactless payment where possible.