Borough Market restaurants and Borough Market Kitchen stands sign up for the month-long eat-in discount scheme
During the war, the government’s message to the people of Britain was Dig for Victory. Today, in the midst of a very different crisis, they are instead asking us to dig in—to breakfast, lunch and dinner. As part of the effort to support the nation’s restaurants as they re-emerge from a crippling lockdown, government funding is being provided to encourage people to eat out on those days of the week that are traditionally the quietest.
The Eat Out to Help Out scheme offers fifty per cent off your meal, up to a maximum of £10 per person, every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in August, all day long. It applies to all food and non-alcoholic drinks, as long as they’re eaten in (takeaway meals aren’t part of the scheme). You can make use of the discount as often as you like, there are no vouchers required and you don’t need to sign up anywhere. The participating restaurants will simply apply the discount directly to your bill—all you need to do is get on with the selfless task of tucking in.
Several of the stands in the Borough Market Kitchen are currently signed up. These include:
— Khanom Krok (Wednesday only)
Many of the restaurants around Borough Market are also participating. These include:
— Applebee’s Fish
— Arabica Bar & Kitchen
— The Globe Tavern
— Konditor & Cook
— Stoney Street by 26 Grains
— Tapas Brindisa
— Wright Brothers Oyster and Porter House
Visit their websites now to make a booking.