SEVERAL restaurants in Bracknell Forest have signed up to take part in the 'Eat out to Help Out' government scheme.

The new initiative will see diners get up to 50 per cent off the cost of their dinner (sit-down meals and non-alcoholic drinks) on Mondays and Wednesdays in August.

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It is hoped the new idea will boost the struggling hospitality industry, now that the national lockdown is easing.

The scheme will cover meals up to £10 per head and there is no minimum spend.

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You don’t need a voucher to use the scheme and you can use it at the same time as other offers and discounts.

Here are the restaurants taking part in the scheme in Bracknell Forest according to the government’s Eat Out to Help Out page (if we have missed you off the list, get in touch at


Ascot Spices

Fego Restaurant Ascot

The Rose and Crown

Dog and Partridge

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Coppid Beech Hotel

Stag and Hounds


Brown Bag

Blue’s Smokehouse

Bar Torino

Fuego (in Fenwicks)

Mason and Rye

The Admiral Cunningham Hotel

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Balti King

Sultan Balti House

The Look In Community Cafe

South Hill Park Arts Centre cafe

Hilton St Anne’s Manor


The Rolling Feast

Beatons Tearooms

Costa Coffee

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Bird in Hand

The Village Inn

Rackstraws Beefeater


Plough and Harrow

Spice Lounge

Moss End Garden Village

The Cricketers


Stirrups Hotel

The Winning Post


Crooked Billet

Burger King

GAIL’s Bakery

Giggling Squid

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Chains with restaurants in Bracknell Forest taking part include:


Gourmet Burger Kitchen

Hollywood Bowl



Pizza Express

Pizza Hut

Pret a Manger



TGI Fridays