Participating restaurants, pubs and cafés in Gloucester 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 Gloucester will be offering the discount – with savings of up to £10 per person.
As an independent business ourselves, we are passionate about supporting Gloucester’s independent restaurants, cafés and pubs – with SoGlos’s journalists handpicking some of our favourite independents taking part in the scheme in the city, so far.
A family-run Italian restaurant in the heart of Gloucester, Topoly’s is offering up 50 per cent off its authentic cuisine with a host of delicious pastas, seafood and steak dishes to choose from.
Savour a taste of the Mediterranean on the historic Gloucester Docks, with Greek on the Docks serving up authentic moussakas, souvlaki and more – all with a 50 per cent discount this August.
Also on the Gloucester Docks, Settebello is a family-run trattoria with a delicious menu inspired by its southern Italian roots. Hungry customers will love its traditional Neapolitan paninis even more with the Eat Out to Help Out discount.
Tuck into traditional tapas at Sebz, with the restaurant offering up to £10 per person off its traditional Spanish and Portuguese dishes throughout August.
Serving up classic dishes from Nepal and India, head to the Nepalese Chef for fresh flavours and discounted dining this August.
A 16th century treasure in the heart of Gloucester, The Fountain Inn is now offering the Eat Out to Help Out discount Mondays, Tuesday and Wednesdays throughout August. With the generous discount, slow-roasted lamb shanks will cost diners less than £6.50, with sirloin steak costing less than £7.
Delivering hearty pub grub in a relaxed and friendly setting, Gloucester hotspot Café Rene has registered to take part in the new government scheme this August. Open for dinner on Monday evenings, as well as lunch and dinner on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Cafe Rene’s diners can enjoy curries, pies and steaks for half the price.
Grab some half-priced pub grub at The Old Elm Inn. With vegan-friendly specials on Tuesdays and grill specials on Wednesdays, there’s something for everyone at this traditional family-run pub.
Not far from Gloucester, The Royal Exchange in Hartpury is participating in the new government scheme, serving up tasty, home-cooked classics for 50 per cent less.
Nestled between Gloucester and Stroud, The Whitminster Inn is a family-run freehouse offering punters 50 per cent off their food throughout August. And with regular Wednesday steak nights, it’s a deal not to be missed!
Sitting just on the outskirts of Gloucester, Queen’s Head in Longford is taking part in the scheme, giving customers the chance to chow down on its traditional pub grub for less.
With an ever-changing menu spanning sweet treats and vegan-friendly delights, Guru Coffee House is making use of the new scheme to offer up to £10 off food per person.
Quirky and cool, Hubble Bubble Coffee House is also taking part in the new government scheme – meaning punters can get stuck into its epic grilled cheese sandwiches, loaded fries and crazy freakshakes for less this August.
Enjoy afternoon tea for only £6 per head during the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, with the Fairview Gardener’s popular tea room also boasting delicious breakfast and lunch options.
From breakfast baps to homemade brownies, customers can enjoy a bite to eat at Roots Coffee and Community for 50 per cent less.
Satisfy your sweet tooth for less, with Yanto’s Pancake House offering half-price food on Mondays during the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
Gloucester Cathedral’s cafe is taking part in Eat Out to Help Out, Mondays to Wednesdays from 10am to 4pm. It has plenty of outdoor seating, arguably the best views in Gloucester and jacket potatoes costing from just £2.50 with the discount!
For the full list of venues taking part in #EatOutToHelpOut across the UK visit tax.service.gov.uk/eat-out-to-help-out.
Monday 17 August 2020
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