Cafe Rouge Discount Vouchers
This offer is valid Sunday from 5pm and Monday to Friday from 12pm. Expires Friday 16th December 2016.Present a valid offer code to your server upon arrival and receive 30% off your food bill when you purchase a main course. Please print out a copy of the voucher and bring it with you when you dine. Alternatively, you can show the code on your phone.Your code will be checked against a live database and incorrect or previously used codes will not be accepted. Your code can only be used once and has no cash value.This offer is valid Sunday from 5pm and Monday to Friday from 12pm. Offer expires 10th June 1016.One voucher per table, valid for up to 6 guests.Not valid in conjunction with any other offer, voucher, set menu, Plats Rapide, breakfast menu, Gourmet Society card, DDS card or Tesco Clubcard points or tokens.Not valid at Center Parcs, Rapide by Café Rouge Euston, Café Rouge Victoria and airport locations and on special events or on event days.Not valid on takeaway orders.Entering your e-mail address or mobile number will add you to the Café Rouge database. We will never share your details with third parties and you can unsubscribe at any time.
- Expires: 26/05/2017
Cafe Rouge Voucher Codes May 2017
Serving up classic French fare, including sandwiches, main dishes and drinks, Café Rouge has grown into a chain with more than 100 restaurants across the UK since it first started in 1989. It offers baguettes and other lunchtime specials at affordable prices alongside larger meals including other French dishes such as boeuf bourguignon. With a Café Rouge discount voucher these prices become even more affordable courtesy of two-for-one offers and other such deals on food and drinks.
Although Café Rouge has taken on a chain-type feel as it has expanded in recent years, it does offer some genuine French touches including a wine list featuring bottles of red and white from lesser known areas of the country. Some discount codes offer a main meal plus a drink for £10. Other discount vouchers for Café Rouge include deals on hot drinks or a 25 per cent reduction on the overall bill.
In terms of chains of French restaurants offering good quality food at reasonable prices, there is little competition for Café Rouge, a reason perhaps why it has expanded so quickly in the past decade.
Although the chain was in the press a few years ago after a controversy over the allegation that it was using tips to bolster pay to staff below the minimum wage, customers should be reassured that the company has addressed this issue and that all tips go to staff, minus a 10 per cent administration fee.