Participating restaurants, pubs and cafés in Stroud will be offering the chance for diners to save 50 per cent on food and non-alcoholic drinks, thanks to the government’s new Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Between Mondays and Wednesdays, from Monday 3 August 2020 to Monday 31 August 2020, plenty of venues across Stroud will be offering the discount – with savings of up to £10 per person.
As an independent business ourselves, we are passionate about supporting Stroud’s independent restaurants, cafés and pubs – with SoGlos’s journalists handpicking some of our favourite independents taking part in the scheme so far.
Serving up stylish Italian dishes, diners can enjoy three tasty courses for just £10 at Toni’s Kitchen, thanks to the new government-backed scheme.
Egypt Mill is giving customers the chance to try its delicious food for less throughout August, with its riverside setting providing a picture-perfect backdrop for a mid-week meal.
With its Kingfisher Kitchen restaurant reopening on Monday 17 August 2020, Slimbridge Wetland Centre has announced it will be taking advantage of the government’s scheme, serving up half-priced grub to hungry families and birdwatchers alike.
Featuring freshly-baked scones, scrumptious homemade cakes and delightful finger sandwiches, Burleigh Court’s popular afternoon tea is available for just £9 per person during the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
From pizzas and Mediterranean delights to coffee and afternoon tea, customers can enjoy 50 per cent off food at The Olive Tree in Nailsworth.
With an array of authentic Italian cuisine on the menu, head to Sorrento Restaurante and Pizzeria in Stroud’s town centre for half-priced pizzas, pasta dishes and more.
Serving up house-made pasta and perfectly-cooked steaks, Wild Garlic in Nailsworth boasts a seasonal bistro menu that can be enjoyed for less this August.
The only vegan bar and restaurant in Stroud, Karibu is a brand-new jaunt with a delicious and varied plant-based menu. What’s more, it has registered to take part in the government’s new scheme this August, serving up vegan delights for less.
Chow down on incredible Japanese food like ramen, gyoza and fried chicken for less this August, as Tomari-gi Ramen Bar at Five Valleys Market is taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
A classic Indian restaurant in the heart of Stroud, Rajdoot is serving up fantastic fresh food for less this August, with plenty of vegetarian-friendly options on the menu too.
Found in Thrupp, this award-winning craft brewery and bar will be running the Eat Out to Help Out scheme on Tuesdays and Wednesdays with a new all-day brunch menu too.
Not far from Stroud’s town centre, The Clothiers Arms is a superb choice for half-price pub grub this August.
Sister to The Clothiers Arms, this traditional pub serves home-cooked food in a friendly and relaxed setting – all for less during the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
A traditional Cotswold inn, The Bell at Selsley champions local food and seasonal produce – and with its menus getting an update for August, customers can try its delicious new dishes with a discount too.
There’s something for everyone at The Butcher’s Arms in Sheepscombe, with a menu spanning a delicious range homemade dishes, as well as fish and vegetarian specialities – and diners can get up to £10 per person off their bill this August.
A stone’s throw from the Cotswold Way, The Vine Tree in Randwick offers homecooked pub classics which can be enjoyed for 50 per cent less in August.
A village pub through and through, The Old Badger Inn in Eastington is participating in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme to keep hungry punters happy for less.
This quintessential Cotswold inn which boasts impressive views from its beer garden, has registered to take part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme this August.
With 50 per cent off delicious pub dishes like scotch gggs, wild rabbit terrine and cider battered fish and chips, grab a bargain at The Crown Inn in Minchinhampton this August.
From homemade cakes to seasonal salad boxes, customers can get 50 per cent off Woodruffs’ delightful organic dishes – all of which are vegetarian-friendly, with plenty of vegan options too.
Chow down at Thistledown, with the café serving up its famous woodfired sourdough pizzas on Wednesdays evenings throughout August – with a 50 per cent discount.
Located in Wotton-under-Edge, The Edge Coffee Shop is a family-run eatery taking advantage of the new scheme to serve up half-priced grub in August with a host of breakfast and lunch options on the menu.
A quirky café with a shabby-chic design, The Canteen in Nailsworth is serving up its popular breakfasts and lunch options for less this August – with stunning cakes available too.
Bringing food from the Georgian-era to present-day Stroud, this family-run tearoom is another independent gem taking part in the new Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Get 50 per cent off freakshakes, waffles and plenty of other treats at The Malthouse Collective’s cafe Brick & Brew this August.
For the full list of venues taking part in #EatOutToHelpOut across the UK visit tax.service.gov.uk/eat-out-to-help-out.
Wednesday 19 August 2020
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