Eat Out to Help OutPosted by: Richard Abbey
Marco Pierre White's Steakhouse at the Doubletree by Hilton is part of the scheme. Pic: Matt Austin
The government’s new scheme to encourage people to return to pubs and restaurants launches on 1 August.
Eat Out to Help Out runs throughout the entire month of August and is available Monday to Wednesday at participating restaurants. The scheme entitles diners to 50 per cent off food and soft drinks up to the value of £10 per person.
Sounds good? Here at VIBE, we’ll be certainly taking advantage. We picked out some of favourite restaurants taking part but for a comprehensive list, click here, enter your postcode and find out which pubs and restaurants are taking part near you.
Having just reopened to diners, Ashoka is highly regarded as the place to go for a ‘reyt good curreh’. We’re often torn between the railway or the taxi driver (if you know, you know) – with 50 per cent off, why not have both?
Brocco on the Park
Brunch, lunch, dinner… Brocco has got the whole day covered. Head chef Leslie Buddington’s Scandi-inspired small plates are delicious.
We revealed earlier in the week just what’s happening at Cutlery Works in the coming month; not only are the doing ‘eat out to help out’ but they’re brought back kids eat free for the school holidays too. Double bubble.
Michelin-rated Jöro is the jewel in Kelham’s crown. Their five and eight-course tasting menus are something special and are to be savoured. Tenner off? Don’t mind if we do.
Chaat Cart, Fat Hippo and The Depot Bakery are just a few of the vendors taking part in Eat Out to Help Out at Kommune. Get yourself down there and indulge.
Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill
Eating out at MPW Steakhouse Bar & Grill Sheffield is about enjoying fantastic food, but also the overall experience: the buzz, the atmosphere and the company of friends and family in a gorgeous, comfortable surrounding.
With locations in Broomhill and the newly-opened Dyson Place, Nam Song is a coffee shop, restaurant and bar. Their authentic Vietnamese food – soups, noodles, salads and more – is a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach.
Tamper Sellers Wheel
No-one does Kiwi café culture quite like Tamper. They’re open 9-4 seven days a week – why not use the offer and try one of their cracking breakfasts? Their mince on toast, a classic New Zealand dish, is not to be missed.
Bringing a little bit of Tokyo to Sheffield, Tsuki never really got going before lockdown hit. Now’s the perfect time to drop by and give them a try.
True North Brew Co
Where to start? With ten True North venues to choose from, including The Forum, The Broadfield and Riverside, you could spend the whole of August visiting every one. Which sounds like a cracking idea to us. Enjoy.