There’s an unmissable £10 meal deal going on at Almost Famous this month

It's part of the restaurant's participation in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

Emily Sergeant Emily Sergeant - 10th August 2020
Almost Famous

Manchester’s cult-favourite burger joint Almost Famous is offering an unbelievable meal deal for only £10 this month and it’s really worth checking out.

It’s part of the restaurant’s participation in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

Announcing the deal across social media platforms, Almost Famous have called it “the best Monday of 2020 so far – possibly ever” and people are quite understandably getting giddy about it.

The deal offers Mancunians the chance to get their hands on any burger + any fries + wings + large drink for just £10 per person on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays up until 31st August.

This means that fan-favourite famous burgers Ultra Famous, Crack Shack, Phoenix 2.0, Vegan Famous and the brand new 2020stk “best ever stake burger” – which is a double cheeseburger “from Rishi with love” featuring wonderbuttered peppered rump steak – are all available to tuck into as part of the new deal.


There’s also a mouthwatering selection of wings, loaded fries and soft drinks to choose from too.

Both of Almost Famous’ Manchester locations – Great Northern and Northern Quarter – have now reopened to the public following temporary closure amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.


Speaking ahead of reopening doors last month, Beau Myers – Owner of Almost Famous – said: “Having been cooking burgers at home during lockdown – stripping it back to basics with awesome hand pressed freshly ground beef, amazing brioche, melty cheese, creamy smacky sauces, simple builds and the best quality ingredients cooked perfect and juicy every time – I’ve been remembering what Almost Famous was all about.”

If you are planning on heading to Almost Famous whilst the Eat Out to Help Out scheme is running this month, then booking in advance is always advised as walk-ins may be hard to guarantee availability.

Almost Famous has said that if you are thinking of chancing it though, it’s best to “get here early”.


You can find menus and more information via the Almost Famous website here.


The COVID-19 pandemic may have taken its toll on industries of all shapes and sizes over these past few months, but supporting local/independent business has never been more important than it is right now.

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