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London Restaurants Participating In The 'Eat Out To Help Out' Scheme
Supporting restaurants at the time they need it most, the government's Eat Out To Help Out initiative is offering a discount of 50% (up to £10) per person for those who dine out between Monday and Wednesday in August. The perfect excuse to get out there and support your fave London venues, the discount will also cover soft drinks and children's meals. So, whether you're in the mood for half-price pizza, bargain burgers or affordable Asian bites, check out our guide to the London restaurants taking part in the scheme here.
When it comes to restaurants near Leicester Square participating in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme? Head to Browns Brasserie & Bar. A popular spot come the weekend, this place is open from dawn 'til dusk, offering discounted French-inspired cuisine throughout the month of August.
Handily located just a skip and hop away from Kings Cross Station, The Fellow is a classic British boozer with a hidden rooftop terrace perfect for a spot of alfresco dining. A popular hangout amongst commuters and locals alike, it's known for its hearty pub classics and mega sharing roasts.
When it comes to restaurants in Canary Wharf, No.35 Mackenzie Walk never disappoints. August will be no different, as the East London favourite offers discounts on their stellar spread of sustainably sourced breakfast, supper and all-day brunch.
Not just known for cracking whisky tipples and top-notch cocktails, Map Maison is also the place for bottomless brunch, afternoon tea and snacks in the form of sweet potato nachos, Iberico ham boards and mixed tapas platters.
A homely pub in the heart of Parsons Green, Duke On The Green offers a warm welcome, original features and roaring open fires. With fresh fare delivered daily direct from Brixham Market, a meal here never fails to disappoint. And with a well-stocked gin bar? You won't go thirsty either.
Another Eat Out To Help Out restaurant in East London, The Grocer is a quirky spot decked out with vintage memorabilia, upcycled furniture and comfy velvet sofas. Located in Spitalfields Market, this gastropub has a gorgeous outdoor terrace - perfect for alfresco dining when the sun shines.
Dirty Martini's legendary sharing birdcages come piled high with tasty beef and cheese sliders, crispy arancini balls, Korean vegetable samosas, fried buttermilk chicken and a whole host of other tasty treats. Throughout August? You can feast your eyes on one for just £7.50.
Romantic interiors, delicious mezze and stunning cocktails... Megan's are offering discount meals at their various restaurants across the city throughout August. A great spot for future date nights, lunchtime bites or weekday brunch, the neighbourhood spots are bound to be buzzing.
Set on the banks of the River Thames, The Ship is home to some of London's very best sunset views. A previous winner of DesignMyNight's Best Pub award, this place is a popular haunt for post-work drinks and hearty burger feasts - with patties starting at just £8.25 on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Whether you're hungry for breakfast and brunch or fancy a veggie-friendly dinner, 601 Queen's Road has your all-day dining sorted. Book your table at the Southwest London restaurant that's taking part in Eat Out to Help Out this August.
If you're after discounted dining in North London, head to Camden where Near & Far is welcoming you to fill up on Mexican food and cocktails set to the backdrop of flamingos, palm trees and desert shades.
Smiths of Smithfield is a stunning split level bar and restaurant in the heart of Farringdon. Set inside a Grade II-listed building, this elegant venue boasts all day dining, handcrafted cocktails and gob-smacking views of central London from the top floor roof terrace.
Swing by The Black Dog in South London for beer, wine and ales as you tuck into discounted dishes from the international food menu. Think sea bass fillets, full English breakfasts changing daily menus to keep you on your toes.
Serving up NYC-inspired comfort food and refreshing cocktails in Kensington, Dirty Bones is not to be slept on. Make the most of their discount and tuck into chicken and waffles, cheeseburger dumplings and beef short rib with a soundtrack of old-school hip-hop, funk and soul.
Fronting delicious dim sum, luscious libations and an effortless Soho coolness, Opium is one essential visit when it comes to the 'Eat Out To Help Out' scheme. Head on over to the hidden bar and make the most of their discounted food and drink specials in sublime surroundings.
Known for its stellar selection of burgers and small plates, Haché Clapham is the place to fill up on truffle frites, spicy buffalo cauliflower, provolone-stuffed arancini and buns topped with meaty and vegan favourites,
Cinnamon Bazaar is a cool and quirky Covent Garden restaurant participating in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme this summer. Dine on enticing dishes inspired by bazaars across India, Afghanistan and Iran in a relaxed, stylish setting with refreshing cocktails and a brilliant discount on your bill.
Offering a truly unique dining experience, patrons at Hot Stone are able to cook their own giant prawns, wagyu beef and tuna steaks on a heated sizzling block. If that doesn't float your boat though? There's also a huge selection of sushi and sashimi, created from the freshest of fish.
Whether you came for a taste of their delicious sushi and sashimi, fancy tucking into sweet chilli prawn tempura or just came to check out the quirky interactive tables, a trip to Inamo in Covent Garden is always worth it.
One of the best Spanish restaurants in London is getting in on the Eat Out To Help Out action this month. Head over to Covent Garden where Salvador & Amanda will be bringing their 3 plates for £20 offer down to just £10 every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
A London institution, Dirty Dicks is a lively haunt, frequently packed-out with slick city workers and tourists keen to sample that classic British boozer atmosphere. With a selection of seasonal dishes, as well as daily specials, this is a great central spot to take advantage of the Eat Out To Help Out scheme.
Part of the Sky Garden found on the 36th floor of the Walkie Talkie building, Darwin Brasserie is a luxury restaurant boasting some of the very best views in the biz. This August will see the swish eatery opening on Wednesdays specifically to take part in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme.
A popular chain known for its epic happy hour deals and crowd-pleasing cuisines, All Bar One boasts venues all over the capital city. Whether you're popping in to catch up on the latest sports fixtures, for drinks with friends or to tuck into an affordable midweek dinner, this group is a guaranteed winner.
With sites all over London, from Shepherd's Bush to St Katherine Docks, Ping Pong are purveyors of some of the city's finest dim sum. Taking part in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme, their restaurants are open from lunch 'till late, with an impressive cocktail list to boot.
Tucked away from the high street in Wimbledon Village, The Fire Stables is a gorgeous watering hole with a huge open front. Grab yourself a seat by one of the retractable windows to enjoy a breeze from the street outside, whilst also making the most of this place's cosy and contemporary interiors.
Ideally located just a short walk away from Regent's Park and the bustling neighbourhood of Camden, The Spread Eagle is a Victorian pub offering funky interiors and service with a smile (albeit behind a face mask). Head here in August for up to £10 off a selection of burgers, pies and salads.
Looking for restaurants in Covent Garden participating in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme? Look no further than Tredwells. This gorgeous spot specialises in the very best British cuisine and bespoke handcrafted cocktails - perfect for a weekday treat.
One of the best pubs in Mayfair is back this season and they're signing up to the Eat Out To Help Out scheme. Join them on Mondays, Tuesday and Wednesday for money-off their excellent menu, including big plates of pie and mash, and classic pub grub.
A conceptual restaurant in the heart of Marylebone, Xier offers inventive 6 or 10-course tasting menus as well as a lighter á la carte lunch offering. The ideal option for a special celebration meal, this restaurant will be giving diners a rare discount when they visit on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout August.
Located in the Grade II-listed former ticket office of Peckham Rye Station, The Coal Rooms is a stylish restaurant serving high-quality tasting menus. Usually only open Thursday - Sunday, this chic haunt will also be taking advantage of the scheme and opening its doors on Wednesdays throughout August.
Serving up some of Fitzrovia's biggest and baddest sandwiches, Passyunk Avenue is the only eatery to serve authentic Philly cheesesteak sandwiches in the capital. And now? You can sample one for yourself, with half price deals throughout the month.
Described as a marriage between Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, the menu at Chotto Matte is truly unique, boasting a spectrum of flavours quite like no other. Through the month of August they will be offering 50% off their luxury bento box selection in conjunction with the Eat Out To Help Out scheme.
Located just a stone's throw away from Hyde Park, Jamavar is a Michelin-starred Indian restaurant participating in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme. With a focus on authentic flavours and high-quality fare, menu highlights include paneer-stuffed sweet peppers, adraki lamb chops and prawn mappas.
Boasting a prime location just a stone's throw away from Green Park, Picadilly Circus and Bond Street, Michelin-starred restaurant Gymkhana is offering an authentic taste of the subcontinent. Between Monday and Wednesday patrons will be able to feast on juicy tikkas and fiery curries, all with 50% off.