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You can get a free roast for your dog at this Manchester restaurant, The Manc

You can get a free roast for your dog at this Manchester restaurant

It’s no dog’s dinner, either, there’s a choice of beef or chicken served with veggies and bone gravy.

A restaurant in Manchester is giving away free roast dinners for dogs, and we are just a little bit obsessed with how cute it all is.

Peruvian-inspired cantina Peru Perdu on Princess street has created a bottomless Sunday roast menu with unlimited drinks – and they’re even throwing in a free roast dinner for your furry friends.

Yes, really.

The restaurant puts a South American spin on the traditional Sunday roast, offering a choice of blackened Pollo La Brasa chicken, Picanha roast beef (one of the great stars of the churrasco dinner), or vegan chimichurri cauliflower with truffle gravy.

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You can get a free roast for your dog at this Manchester restaurant, The Manc
Image: The Manc Eats

Served with all the trimmings, think giant Yorkshire puddings, crispy roast potatoes, carrots and more winter veg, all presented on large wooden boards alongside a huge jug filled with lashings of gravy.

And when you dine in with a friend, they’ll even treat your pooch to a roast, too – completely on the house. It’s no dog’s dinner, either, there’s a choice of beef or chicken served with veggies and bone gravy.

As if we needed any more encouragement, the menu also offers a selection of bottomless drinks for a set price. Think 90 minutes of endless bloody marys, pisco sours and pornstar martinis.

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They really have thought of everything here.

You can get a free roast for your dog at this Manchester restaurant, The Manc
Image: The Manc Eats
You can get a free roast for your dog at this Manchester restaurant, The Manc
Image: Peru Perdu

Inside the restaurant itself, it all feels very fresh and modern.

Snazzy muted pink interiors combine with bright prints, vibrant textiles and lush foliage to create a cool, contemporary feel that transports you far away from Manchester – for the duration of your meal, at least.

An open kitchen, meanwhile, gives you a direct view into what the chef’s are up to – and you can even sit right up there at the pass if you want to get a full taste of the action.

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The rest of the week you’ll find an all-day menu here serving ceviche and raw dishes, empanadas, U.W.A steak cuts including Chilean wagyu cooked on lava stones, and a selection of large plates like churrasco sea bass, braised duck leg and more.

The bottomless Sunday roast with a free meal for your dog is available from 12 to 5pm every Sunday. The rest of the week the restaurant is open from Wednesday to Sunday, serving its menu all day from lunchtime well into the evening.

To find out more and book, visit the Peru Perdu website here.

Featured Image – The Manc Eats

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