Whilst the impact of Coronavirus continues to impact the hospitality industry, Chancellor Riski Sunak recently announced the Eat Out To Help Out scheme, which is aimed to encourage people to get back out into their favourite restaurants. The initiative means diners will get up to 50% off their food bill at participating restaurants and pubs, up to £10 per head, from Monday to Wednesday.
Starting 3rd August and running until 31st August, many Birmingham restaurants that we know and love are taking part.
In order to participate in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme all you need to do is know which restaurants are participating, book your table to avoid disappointment, and head over there and enjoy their delicious food. The discount will then be deducted from your bill automatically, allowing you to enjoy your favourite places for less during these difficult times. Its a win for both you and the food industry.
We have compiled a list of some of the places in Birmingham taking part in the scheme to make your life a whole lot easier.
The new Craft restaurant is taking part in the scheme on Wednesdays, offering their set menu from £20, Afternoon Tea/ Garden Picnic for £15, or diners can enjoy their yummy meat or cheese platters from £8.75.
Now is the perfect time to dine in style at Michelin starred restaurant Opheem, who are taking part in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme. Ran by Aktar Islam, expect to be spoilt for choice with their special menu offering a delicious range of dishes that will leave your mouth-watering.
Perfect to treat yourself on your lunch break, or a healthy lunch date with your friends, Kuula Poke is taking part in the scheme Monday-Wednesday with their popular salad bar and delightful Poke bowls.
Enjoy Tattu's beautiful, stylish interior and their signature dishes for less with the scheme. Participating Monday-Wednesday Tattu will be open for business as usual allowing guests to dine in style and enjoy up to £10 off per person.
Home to so many delicious independents, restaurants in Westside will be taking part in the Eat Out To Help Out Scheme. With Westside constantly working towards being a more attractive and brighter place, here your favourites, such as Pulperia and The Canal House will be taking full advantage of welcoming you in August.
Other Birmingham restaurants participating in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme include: Zen Metro, Chakana, Indian Streatery, Ming Moon, Arch 13, Laghi's Deli, Marco Pierre White, Rudy's Pizza, Bank Restaurant, Sabai Sabai, Cosy Club, Dishoom, Asha's, Medicine Bakery, Tamatanga, Indico Street Kitchen, GAUCHO, Gusto Italian, St Pauls House, Gino D'acamp My Restaurant, Tim Hortons, The Physician, 1565 Bar & Terrace and so many more.
So what are you waiting for? Get booking now and support Birmingham independents this August.
Posted by Ahmed Ahmed