UK customers can enjoy half price meals throughout August at participating restaurants, cafes and pubs under the government “eat out to help out” scheme.
The chancellor Rishi Sunak made the announcement last month, in a bid to encourage the public to resume indoor dining and boost the economy, as lockdown restrictions continue to ease.
The scheme capped at £10 per person and excludes alcohol runs Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday throughout August. It is available at over 70,000 outlets including: food chains and Michelin-starred restaurants. Diners can take advantage of this scheme as many times as they like, on top of other discounts and offers. Simply enter a postcode into the governments website to find participating venues.
The offer is automatically applied to the bill with no need for vouchers, and the government reimburses the eatery. Customers are advised to book as the initiative is likely to be popular.