ENJOYING a meal at a restaurant may seem like a thing of the past but soon enough we'll be able to feast on our favourite meals for a cheaper price.

The government's new Eat Out to Help Out will pay for half the bill, up to £10 per head, for your meal and any soft drinks.

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The new incentive aims to get people back to the pubs to boost the economy and save jobs in the hospitality sector, which has suffered huge blows as a result of the pandemic.

Before offering the discount, eateries must register with the scheme, which is open to all businesses that have an dine-in area.

Here are the restaurants in Bracknell which have signed up:

Burger King

Burger King was one of the first fast-food outlets to sign up to the deal, promising to offer half price Whoppers Monday to Wednesday in August.

The nearest one is in Wokingham but it's worth going!

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You will be able to get half price off your favourite cheeky Nandos and the deal is better than ever!

The new scheme would slash the cost of halloumi sticks and dip to £1.98, down from £3.95, and half a chicken plus corn on the cob and chips will cost £5.60, down from £11.20!

So why not head down to The Lexicon to enjoy some Peri Peri chicken.


The Mitchell and Butlers firm said they are signing up to the scheme for the summer.

You will be able to enjoy a lovely family meal at the nearby Horse and Groom Harvester on Bagshot Road.

Pizza Hut

Pizza lovers will be pleased to know that Pizza Hut has also signed up the scheme.

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It is worth visiting this restaurant to grab half price food!

A Chicken Katsu Curry which is normally £13.25 will cost £6.63 under the new Eat Out to Help Out scheme.