WIN! Argentinian Steaks & Wine at The Bull & Claw

By That's Shanghai, September 3, 2021

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Tuesday nights just got interesting at The Bull & Claw, with an Argentinian steak night and South American drinks selection.

In the way of meat, they have a killer deal on rump, sirloin or mouthwatering grilled to perfection skewers that are all served with a trio of quasacaca, chimichurri and mojo sauces, accompanied with chipotle corn and twice cooked fries. And, wait for it… steaks start from just RMB88!

With every good steak dinner you can’t forgo the drinks, whether you pair with a Malbec from Mendoza, the classic Argentinean cocktail Fernet con Coca – also known as Fernando – or the Samba Paloma, which packs a refreshing kick. And all drinks on the special menu are just RMB48, so there is no excuse to not try each one...


Scan the QR on the poster below to book your spot now...



The Bull & Claw is offering any two Argentinian steaks and a bottle of Argentinian wine on Tuesday Argentinian Steak Night to one lucky That's Shanghai reader. For your chance to win, simply share this article on your Moments with the caption ‘That’s what I want!’, take a screenshot and send it to our WeChat account (ID: thats_shanghai) along with your email address, delivery address and phone number.

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[All images courtesy of The Bull & Claw]

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