Belfast restaurants and cafes who plan to participate in a 50% reduction plan on meals in August


In early July, it was announced that half-price meals would be offered to UK diners every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in August. Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the Eat Out to Help Out program would provide 50% off – up to a maximum of £ 10 per person – on meals at participating companies across the UK.

Restaurants, cafes and pubs were severely affected by the foreclosure, and many employees were placed under government control.

In an effort to promote the local restaurants, cafes and restaurants participating in the initiative, Belfast Live will maintain a current list of companies offering the operation.

* This is not a complete list and we will update it constantly. If you know a business to include, send an email [email protected]

* Many of your favorite local restaurants have told Belfast Live that they are planning to join the program and are currently waiting for clarity and details. We will update this list regularly to reflect new information.

Here are some of the companies participating in the initiative:

Boojum Belfast

Boojum has indicated that he will participate in the program, writing on Facebook: “We will participate in the Eat Out to Help Out program in August, which will see a burrito cost as little as £ 3 every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday for the entire month. Yeooo at that. ”


Pottingers Deli and a restaurant, located at Pottingers Entry in Belfast city center, have announced that they will participate in the Eat Out To Help Out program.

Healthy Slim Cooking

Slim’s said they hope to be part of the initiative and will know for sure by the end of the week.

Healthy Slim Cooking

The Hoose Bistro

East Belfast restaurant The Hoose has indicated that it will participate in the Eat Out To Help Out program.


Antrim Road Sozo restaurant has confirmed its participation in the initiative.

Bengal Brassiere

The Indian restaurant Ormeau Road, the Bengal Brassiere, has announced its participation in the program.

Blu Restaurant

Blu Restaurant has stated that it plans to participate in the program and is simply waiting for the terms and conditions to be finalized.

Flame Restaurant

Flame Restuarant told Belfast Live that they would participate in the Eat Out To Help Out program.

Yum Restaurant

Le restaurant Strummillis Yum participera à l’initiative Eat Out To Help Out.


City Center Home restaurant said it was preparing to sign up for the program.


Laganside’s restaurant, Tedford’s, said it is registered to participate in the program.

Restaurant Hope Street

Victoria Street restaurant Hope Street has indicated that it will join the Eat Out To Help Out program.

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Oliver’s Cafe

Oliver’s Cafe in East Belfast has confirmed their registration to participate in the program.

Upper blade

Steakhouse Top Blade has registered to participate in Eat Out To Help Out.

Food of the soul

Soul Food told us that they had registered to participate in the initiative.


Burger King

Burger King boss Alasdair Murdoch said the channel would subscribe almost as soon as the program was announced. Speaking on the BBC’s Coronavirus Newscast podcast, he said, “We will definitely adopt it, as long as we can understand and work out the terms and conditions. “


KFC has confirmed to Mirror Money that it will participate, with more details on how it will work soon


People placing an order in a Portuguese chicken chain will also be able to get their peri-peri package at half price, after Nando has announced their registration.

Pizza Hut

The Mirror reports that Pizza Hut was one of the first to get involved in the project.


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