Which Harpenden restaurants, cafés and pubs are taking part in Eat Out to Help Out discount scheme?

PUBLISHED: 13:39 30 July 2020 | UPDATED: 16:40 24 August 2020

New restaurant, Seb's Kitchen, will be among others taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme in Harpenden. Picture: Georgia Barrow

New restaurant, Seb's Kitchen, will be among others taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme in Harpenden. Picture: Georgia Barrow


The list of restaurants and cafés in and around Harpenden that have signed up for the Eat Out to Help Out discount scheme which starts today.

The new scheme was announced by the government last month. It will see customers receive 50 per cent off food and non-alcoholic drinks, up to the value of £10.

So where in Harpenden is offering the scheme? The list is as follows:

• Tahini, High Street

• Bangkok Lounge, High Street

• Brew & Cru, High Street

• Okka Café Eatery, High Street

• Zaza Harpenden, High Street

• Old Cock Inn, High Street

• Chef Peking, Church Green

• Cinnamon, Thompsons Close

• Lussmanns Harpenden, Leyton Road

• Graffiti Restaurant, Station Road

• Pasta Cibo, Harding Parade, Station Road

• Bar Azita, Harding Parade, Station Road

• Simmons Bakers, Station Road

• Spicerack, Station Road

• Cafe Jeera, Station Road

You may also want to watch:

• Bistro Gautier at The Amble Inn, Station Road

• Rothamsted Restaurant, West Common

• Plough & Harrow, Southdown Road

• Milan Café, Southdown Road

• Seb’s Kitchen, Southdown Road

• The White Horse, Redbourn Lane, Hatching Green

• The Engineer, St Johns Road

• Aldwickbury Park Golf Club, Piggottshill Lane

• Silver Palate, Vaughan Road

• Tay Tar Thai, Clayton House, Vaughan Road

• The Red Cow, Westfield Road

• Martina’s Catering. Cravells Road

• The Silver Cup, St Albans Road

• The Gibraltar Castle, Lower Luton Road

• Sarakh Road Side Indian, Grove Road

This list may be subject to change as more restaurants are added.

The scheme only applies on Monday, Tuesdays and Wednesdays between August 3 and August 31.

You won’t need to present a voucher to use the scheme, and it can be used in conjunction with other offers and discounts.

Big chains, including Starbucks, Morrisons, Wetherspoon, Pizza Hut and Caffè Nero – alongside McMullen, Fullers and Greene King pubs – have also signed up to Eat Out to Help Out.

You can check individual websites for details on participating stores.

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