Restaurants participating in scheme offer diners 50 per cent off their meal bills
Olivia Petter22 hours ago
The government’s new “Eat Out to Help Out” scheme is launching on 3 August and will give diners the opportunity to enjoy 50 per cent off their meals at participating restaurants.
The scheme was launched as a bid to encourage the public to support the hospitality industry by going out to eat at local restaurants.
It will run from every Monday to Wednesday throughout the month and will entitle diners to half off their meals up to the value of £10 a head.
Alcohol is not included in the deal.
In order to claim your discount, you simply have to visit one of the participating restaurants within the timeframe.
The scheme means that a family of five can go out for dinner and have a meal worth £100 for £50.
The restaurants will then claim back the rest of the money from the government.
While any business serving food can sign up to the ”Eat Out to Help Out” scheme, there are a number of chain restaurants that have already announced their participation.
See the list below for some of the restaurants that will be offering diners 50 per cent off in August.
• All Bar One
• Ask Italian
• Bella Italia
• Bill’s
• Browns
• Burger King
• Byron
• Caffe Nero
• Cafe Rouge
• Castle pubs
• Costa Coffee
• Ember Inns
• Five Guys
• Franco Manca
• Frankie & Benny’s
• Fullers
• Gourmet Burger Kitchen
• Greene King
• Harvester
• Honest Burgers
• Las Iguanas
• McDonald’s
• Miller & Carter
• Nando’s
• Nicholson’s
• Oak Tree
• Orchid Pubs
• O’Neill’s
• Patisserie Valerie
• Pizza Express
• Pizza Hut
• Premium Country Pubs
• Pret A Manger
• Prezzo
• Sizzling Pubs
• Starbucks
• Stonehouse Pizza & Carvery
• Toby Carvery
• Turtle Bay
• Vintage Inns
• Wagamama
• Wetherspoon
• YO! Sushi
• Zizzi
According to chancellor Rishi Sunak, more than 72,000 eateries have signed up to the scheme.
If you can’t see your local chain or restaurant above, the best way to find out if they will be participating in the scheme is to either use the government’s postcode checker, contact the restaurant directly or check their social media pages.
You can read more about the “Eat Out to Help Out” scheme here.

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