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messageEat Out to Help Out Extended
Posted by AylwardS September 07, 07:50AM

A number of local restaurants are offering an extended version of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme. I found two on here and another walking down Lordship Lane yesterday. Iím sure there are more so thought a thread might be useful.

Anyone know any others / have feedback?


We had pizza at 500 Degrees yesterday. The offer didnít apply but they have extended Eat Out to Help Out Until 30 September at some branches including East Dulwich. You get 50% off food ordered from their a la carte menu.

They now have a garden - sides mainly covered, roof of bamboo sheeting covered with plastic, lights and speakers. I didnít see heaters but they werenít needed as we visited at lunchtime.

No issues with social distancing on our visit - we sat outside and only one other table came in. Inside looked like all tables could be used which would be too many for my comfort if full if all used.

Pizzas and service unchanged.

In the business section on the forum these are mentioned.

@ 29 August Tandoori nights were keeping the 50% off Monday to Wednesday for a trial period book now to save disappointment.

They've removed the tables from the middle and the small table in front by the door is for sanitiser.

Terroirs is to continue 50% off Monday to Wednesday on food and soft drinks with a limit of £10 per person

messageRe: Eat Out to Help Out Extended
Posted by AylwardS September 07, 03:54PM

The Bishop has a sign in the window that they are doing 50% off food and soft drinks in September.

messageRe: Eat Out to Help Out Extended
Posted by Penguin68 September 07, 05:23PM

It should be noted that the 'extension' is at the restaurant's own expense - they are not receiving, in September, any government money.


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