Cornwall restaurants extending Eat Out to Help Out into September

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday nights can be pretty dull but now you’ve got the chance to liven them up with a restaurant deal worth going out for.

The Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme has drawn customers into restaurants throughout Cornwall this summer. Now the scheme has ended, some restaurants have decided to extend similar offers into September.

The deal offered people the chance to get 50% (up to a maximum of £10) off their meal and non-alcoholic drinks for the first three days of every week.

Here’s our list of the Cornwall restaurants continuing the scheme:

Slug & Lettuce, 11-19 Gover Lane, Newquay TR7 1ER

Customers will continue to enjoy 50% off their bill when they dine at this gastro pub: and, the offer’s not limited to food. You can buy half price tea, coffee, and soft drinks, with no cap. Unlike the Government campaign, which capped the discount at £10 per person, Slug and Lettuce will continue their limitless offer at 50% off the bill.

The Rock Inn, 39 Fore Street, Roche PL26 8EP

Tuesday and Wednesday nights are the nights to go to this great pub, where you can get 50% off food. On top of this, there’s a local’s night every Thursday, with a different theme: this week is curry night, with a choice of three curries with rice and poppadoms for £7.50.

The Alverton, Tregolls Road, Truro, TR1 1ZQ

OK so this isn’t quite a 50% off offer, but we quite liked the look of the Bottomless Brunch and Fizz and Chip Fridays offers at this manor house hotel on the edge of Truro. Two hour brunch sessions are every Monday to Saturday, during which you can enjoy bottomless in-house infused gins; on Fridays, you can toast your dining companion with a complementary fizz with your local haddock fillet and hand-cut chips for £9.95.

The Alverton in Truro
The Alverton in Truro

Wetherspoons pubs

Wetherspoons have taken the Government initiative a step further with one of their own: “Stay Out to Help Out”, which continues through to Wednesday, November 11. With this deal, you’ll be able to buy burgers and pizzas for less than the fast food chains: £3.99 for either an 11 inch Margherita pizza with soft drink, or a six-ounce beef burger with chips and a soft drink. A traditional breakfast will cost a bargain £2.99.

Wetherspoons in Cornwall include Try Dowr in Truro’s Lemon Quay, Chapel an Gansblydhen in Bodmin, The King Doniert in Liskeard, The Green Parrot in St George’s Hill, Perranporth, The Towan Blystra in Newquay, The Packet Station, 4 The Moor, Falmouth, The Haine Line in St Ives, The Coinage Hall in Helston, The John Francis Basset in Camborne and The Rann Wartha in St Austell.

Deliveroo

In a take-home twist on the scheme, Deliveroo will offer 100,000 customers of small, independent restaurants £5 off a £20 order delivered on the first three days of every week in September.

Cornwall Live