A Sweet Four Letter Combo

Us Brits, we just love it when we feel we’re getting a good deal – we’re not sure whether this derives from the works of Del Boy and Rodders but it’s true; we do love ‘beating the system,’ so to speak. Bargain Hunt gets like 4 million viewers at one o’clock in the afternoon – that’s got to count for something!

One extremely popular way to do so {and it’s legal may we add} is hitting up a restaurant that offers BYOB…which of course, invites you to ‘bring your own booze.’ It’s a fantastic way of keeping costs to a minimum and you get the drink you really fancy that evening.

Introducing BYOB Wednesdays at Steak on Stones…with no corkage fee!

So, the balls in your court…the power in your hands – what will you bring to accompany our succulent meat, delectable sides and mouth-watering sauces?

We thought we’d give you a couple of suggestions, in case you weren’t sure what would provide you with the ultimate taste explosion.  Let our sommelier session begin…


It's one of the great sights of the world; Red Wine pouring gently into a glass...
It’s one of the great sights of the world; Red Wine pouring gently into a glass…

La Monda Reserva Malbec

This Chilean red contains flavours of freshly crushed black fruit, as well as creamy vanilla yoghurt and pepper sauce…trust us on this one, it’s beautiful. It was awarded the supermarket wine of the year as is available from Asda for under £5! Of course, Malbec is known to pair brilliantly with Steak so this one’s going to be a winner!

Cassablanca Valley Pinot Noir

Another Chilean number that again pairs excellently with Steak! It’s extremely light and contains a subtle raspberry scent, adding a fruity sweetness, which acts the perfect palate cleanser to offer a bit of respite from the more salty meaty flavours. Again, it’s available at an amazing price; £7.99 from the Co-op – you’ll enjoy this one when meating the sizzle!


Many people say beer doesn’t go with Steak…we say, they clearly don’t know you beers!

Brooklyn Lager

This is a lovely American amber lager with malty sweetness and more caramel flavouring than European beers. Cuts through the Steak to refresh the palate…plus it just tastes so good! We’d advise not to bring to many so that the bubbles don’t lessen your appetite.

Sierra Navada Pale Ale

With cascade hops, a snappy bitterness and fruity citrus notes, this beer also cuts right through steak so that your palate gets a break from the meaty flavours. The Americans get it right when it comes to beers that pair well with Steak.


We don’t have a clue…but it’s always a nice touch if you’re out celebrating something!

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