Eat Out To Help Out | Eat & Drink

In August, the government’s Eat Out To Help program kicks in. You can get a 50% discount of up to £ 10 per person when you eat at a participating restaurant Monday through Wednesday, with the government reimbursing restaurants for them. reductions. It’s designed to encourage people to return to restaurants and give the hospitality industry a boost after a tough few months, but it also means there are some real bargains to be had. Here is our selection of the best participating restaurants.

Hawksmoor – you can get ‘Britain’s best steak and fries’, i.e. 300g rump steak dry aged for 35 days, fries and gravy (usually priced at £ 20) for only ten people in all open restaurants on Hawksmoor. The discount also applies to the rest of the menu.

Albie – The Hoxton’s lobby restaurant, Southwark is offering the discount on residential pop-ups, including the concept of hot chicken Pecking Order and Eggbreak, the latter also offering the offer at its Notting Hill restaurant.

Tandoor Chop House – you can get the discount both at the Tandoor Chop House in Covent Garden and the Tandoor Tacos derivative concept at The Hoxton, Southwark.

The Cheese Bar and Pick & Cheese – you can get a bottomless raclette for £ 9 and unlimited cheese and cold cuts for £ 10 respectively at the Cheese Bar and Pick & Cheese with the discount.

St-Jean – Michelin-starred St. JOHN participates in the program, which means you can get cash on classics like this bone marrow and parsley salad and these madeleines.

Bone dads – get inexpensive ramen at the Bermondsey, Victoria, Soho, Bond Street and Old Street branches of Bone Daddies.

Restaurants at JKS – most members of the JKS group, including Brigadiers, Hoppers, Sabor, Lyle’s, Flor, Trishna, Gymkhana, Berenjak and Bao district branch all offer the discount.

Fatt Pundit – if you haven’t tried the Calcutta-inspired Hakka dishes (it’s Indo-Chinese fusion) at Fatt Pundit yet, now is the perfect time as Soho restaurant is involved in the program.

Black bear burger – get brioches, poutine and wings from Black Bear Burger at their first permanent restaurant in Brixton.

Coal rooms – the Peckham spot is offering their new £ 48 five-course tasting menus starting on Wednesday so you can try it out with cash.

Fallow – new residents at 10 Heddon Street, who focus on creative and sustainable cuisine and who arrived only a short time before the lockdown, get the discount.

Murano – Angela Hartnett’s Michelin-starred Murano, as well as the more casual Bermondsey and St James outposts of Café Murano, will offer the discount.

Emilia’s artisanal pasta – Emilia’s Aldgate and St Kat’s Docks branches offer the discount on all food and non-alcoholic drinks.

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