Eat Out to Help Out scheme: Postcode checker shows restaurants with 50 percent off meals

Eat Out to Help Out will hopefully go someway to get the economy back on its feet as Britain deals with the aftermath of a first wave of coronavirus. Lockdown rules are slowly easing, and now Britons can visit restaurants again.


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Next month Eat Out to Help Out will offer 50 percent of meals and non alcoholic drinks.

From August 3 to August 31 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays some restaurants will offer the discount.

But, not all restaurants have to give the discount.

Businesses have the opportunity to sign up to offer the discount.

Now it seems there will be a quick and easy way to check where the discount is available.

In the Eat Out to Help Out app users enter the postcode.

They will then see nearby places signed up to the initiative.

So far there are 3,000 restaurants and cafes on the app.

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Co-designer Michael Lawes said: “We decided to build something that made it easy to find all

the information at your fingertips.

“We think it’s a great scheme but the government seems to be relying on posters in participating restaurants – and we want to digitally empower it.”

The government also has it’s own app, separate from this offering, for the scheme.

Which of Briton’s favourite restaurants are offering the discount?


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Eat Out to Help Out restaurants – list

  • Wetherspoon
  • McDonald’s
  • Costa Coffee
  • Burger King
  • Frankie and Benny’s
  • Harverster
  • Toby Carvery
  • Wagamama
  • Oakman Inns
  • Stonegate pubs
  • Three Cheers Pub company

Nandos is offering Eat Out to Help Out discounts too.

Nando’s is passing “100 percent of the benefits” from the tax break to its customers.

The new prices mean there will be 55p off a quarter of a chicken.

The family chicken meal, including two whole chickens, will be cut in price by £5.45.

It is being slashed in price from £43.70 to £38.25.

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