Where to Eat Out to Help Out in Central London
Where to Eat Out to Help Out in Central London

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Where to Eat Out to Help Out in Central London?

Discover the delicious foodie favourites available for you to enjoy

Gather round foodies, the Eat Out to Help Out scheme has officially launched with options a-plenty across Regent Street & St James’s. With a choice of restaurants promising to satisfy even the most discerning of diners, plan a visit on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday in August and be rewarded with up to £10 off your meal.

Extending to September...

Excitingly, the news just in that some restaurants are continuing this scheme so you can also dine out for less in the autumn - offering a special treat in September too*. Which restaurants will be extending the Eat Out to Help Out scheme with a little something off, or extra, when you dine?

Regent Street:

St James's:

So who is involved in August?

45 Jermyn Street: destination dining on Jermyn Street, serving meat, fresh fish and vegetarian fare.

Aquavit: Scandinavian cuisine – and stylish interiors – in St James’s Market.

aqua kyoto: Japanese dishes with a contemporary spin, with a chic rooftop bar overlooking the heart of London.

Brasserie Zedel: French fare a stone’s throw from Piccadilly Circus.

By CHLOE: plant-based restaurant offering vegan twists on popular dishes.

Cafe Murano: Angela Harnett’s slice of Italy in St James’s Market.

Ergon Deli: artisanal Greek fare, serving traditional favourites.

Fallow: Heddon Street’s pop up serving plant-based British fare.

Farzi Café: Modern spiced Indian cuisine bistro on Haymarket.

Fortnum & Mason: the most British of dining destinations, offering experiences in The Wine Bar (Lower Ground floor), The Parlour (First Floor) and The 3’6 Bar (Third Floor).

Gaucho: Argentinian wines, steaks and sides to delight.

Heddon Street Kitchen: Gordon Ramsay’s European cuisine on Heddon Street.

Il Vicolo: family-run Italian in the heart of St James’s.

Shoryu: tonkotsu ramen in St James’s.

Neat Burger: Vegan restaurant on Princes Street, just moments from Oxford Circus.

Scully: colourful cooking with flavours from Asia, the Middle East and Europe.

The Wigmore: a modern British Tavern in The Langham Hotel, located at the Marylebone end of Regent Street.

The Wolseley: a restaurant in the Grand European style, set on Piccadilly and just a stone's throw from Green Park.

Treehouse Hotel London: offering world-class views over the London skyline at The Nest rooftop bar, and Mexican cuisine at Madera.

Ziggy Green: serving Australian-style dishes, coffee and cocktails from their Heddon Street courtyard, with an outdoor Taqueria serving Mexican tacos, ceviche and salads.

 

For further ideas on restaurants for your visit, read our Reopened Restaurants Guide here. You can also discover the guide to the very best Takeaway options to enjoy al fresco or at home, here.

*Please check directly with each restaurant for their T&Cs 

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