Where to eat out to help out Hinckley eateries

Vaughan Moore and Mason Moore | 2 August 2020

STARTING tomorrow on 3 August until 31 August at the end of the month, select Hinckley eateries will be taking part in the brand-new ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme, which sees prices slashed on menus at the participating restaurants.

The new initiative sees a whopping £10 discount off customers’ food bills when dining-in, or even 50 per cent off per customer from Mondays to Wednesdays throughout the month.

Inferno Ristorante & Bar (The Borough)

Book and eat in on any Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday (as many times as you like) throughout August to receive a 50 per cent discount on your food only, up to a value of £10 per person. No voucher is needed, and your discount will be applied automatically at the till.

The Railway (Station Road)

Station Road’s Steamin’ Billy owned pub, The Railway, are taking part in the new ‘Eat out to help out’ scheme, however they are not taking part on Monday or Tuesday evenings.

They are fully-booked for the first Wednesday evening of the month. The price of what would regularly be a two-course menu for £20 has dropped down to just £10.

At this moment in time, every other Wednesday of the month is free as they don’t have many bookings for them yet.

I Due Vulcani (The Crescent)

The Crescent-based Italian restaurant are registered to the ‘Eat out to help out’ scheme on the Government website listing, however they did not provide a comment to the Hinckley Free Press at the time of publication.

Stottie Shop (Rugby Road)

Hinckley’s home of the Stottie cake sandwich, The Stottie Shop, on Rugby Road, are taking part in the ‘Eat out to help out’ scheme.

Delightful Desserts (Rugby Road)

Delightful Desserts over on Rugby Road, near frozen food store Iceland and Hinckley bus station, are taking part in the ‘Eat out to help out’ scheme.

Carters Lounge & Restaurant (Rugby Road)

Carter’s Lounge confirmed their participation in the new Government-backed initiative by registering to the scheme online.

On Facebook, Carters Lounge posted the following announcement to their diners and patrons. They said: “We are pleased to announce that Carter’s Lounge will be participating in the eat out to help out for August!”

Tables can be booked on Facebook at their official page, or by emailing info@carterslounge.co.uk with the booking enquiry.

Carter’s Lounge are open from 10am – 10pm on Monday to Thursday, 10am – 12am from Friday to Saturday and 10am – 5pm on Sunday.

The New Baron & Niri Niri’s (Regent Street)

Over at The New Baron pub and Niri Niri’s their in-house chicken restaurant, from Monday to Wednesday throughout the month of August, there will be 50 per cent off on all food and soft drinks with no prior booking necessary.

Buttercream Tearoom (Regent Court)

Every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday throughout the month, you can get a 50 per cent discount on food & drinks, up to a maximum of £10 per person.

The discount excludes alcohol or takeaway food. Please message the Buttercream Tearoom on Facebook or call them in advance on 07955 678325 to book a table.

Rusiana (Regent Street)

Confusingly, whilst they remain unopened and are still setting up shop, Rusiana’s Café and Bar on Regent Street, have registered themselves as a part of the ‘Eat out to help out’ scheme, meaning they will take part if they do open this month.

The Cosy Café (Castle Street)

The Cosy Café are taking part in the ‘Eat out to help out’ scheme and have confirmed this by registering themselves on the official Government UK website.

Tarro Lounge (Hinckley Road)

Just like their neighbouring Nuneaton branch, Tarro Lounge are taking part in the new ‘Eat out to help out’ initiative, which sees a 50 per cent discount on both food and soft drinks when visitors eat inside the Lounge.

Sovrano Caffe (Castle Street)

Sovrano Caffe, who also have a restaurant in Nuneaton and Coventry, are also taking part in the new initative.

Big name franchises

Subway, McDonald’s and KFC are all big franchises locally who have branches in town who are offering the discount to customers craving fast-food in Hinckley.

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