Cheap Eating Out/Kids Eat Free Guide for the Summer Holidays
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Cheap Eating Out/Kids Eat Free Guide for the Summer Holidays

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Refreshed 19th Jul (Posted 17th Jul)
Summer holidays are here again! Dining out with the family can get really expensive, but this guide could help you get some of the best deals for cheap eats and free meals for your children.

BREAKFAST TIME

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First stop. Get fully fuelled for a busy day ahead with a Brewers Fayre breakfast.

  • For restaurants next to a Premier Inn, you can get up to 2 free kids breakfasts when 1 adult orders an all-you-can eat breakfast for £9.50.
  • For all other Brewers Fayre restaurants the price for an adult breakfast is £6.25 and it includes 1 free child’s breakfast.

At Beefeater restaurants you can also get up to 2 under-16s breakfast for free when 1 adult orders a full Premier Inn Breakfast for £9.50.
  • Served daily until 10.30am.

KIDS EAT FREE DEALS

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Kids eat free every WEEKEND at Giraffe.

  • One free kids meal deal (main, selected drink and dessert) per full price adult main purchased.
  • Click here to download your voucher.

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La Tasca are offering 1 free kids menu per adult when spending a minimum of £10 on food per adult.

  • Valid every day.
  • Valid for children under the age of 12 years old.

See here for more info.

(Thanks @millarcat )

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One free kids Piccolo or Grande meal with each purchase of an adult main at
Bella Italia.
  • Available after noon every day.

Click here to have your voucher sent to you. (Some exclusions do apply so check the list on the link.)


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The Real Greek are offering one free kids meal for every £10.00 spent by an adult on SUNDAYS only.
  • Available to all children under 12.


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Las Iguanashave a kids eat free offer running throughout the summer holidays.
  • Each adult ordering a main meal from the a la carte menu can claim a free niños meal which includes a main, dessert & drink from the kids menu.
  • Free baby food is also available, just ask your server.


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Gordon Ramsay restaurants invite kids under 12 to dine free from their children’s menus whenever they eat out with you. That’s all day, every day.
  • Available in selected UK restaurants.
  • Click here to book.


SUPERMARKET SAVERS

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Morrisons cafes have a kids-eat-free after 3pm offer, see here for more details.
(thanks @emribena )

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Kids eat for free inASDA cafes after 3pm Mon-Fri with a £4 spend on adult food or drinks. Free pouches of baby food are also available for babies up to 18 months.



KIDS EAT FOR £1 DEALS

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Prezzo have a kids eat for £1 offer.

Get your code and let your little ones feast - valid all day, every day from Friday 29th June to Sunday 9th September.

  • Sign up and get your voucher code.
  • Present your code to restaurant staff.

More details and other Prezzo offers here.
(thanks @millarcat )


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Kids eat for £1 on Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays at Crown Carveries.

  • One free kids meal per adult meal purchased.


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Sizzling Pub and Grillhave an offer if you download their app for free.

From Monday to Friday, between 3pm and 7pm, you can enjoy a kids’ main meal for £1, with the purchase of every 1 adult main meal bought in the same transaction.


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On Mondays ONLY, Hungry Horse let children dine from £1 (this is for the younger kids menu, the older children’s menu is £1.50).

  • Up to two children can eat for £1 with every full paying adult.
  • You can add a drink and a pudding for £2.


MORE WAYS TO SAVE THESE HOLIDAYS...

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Grab a Greggs pizza after 4pm and get a hot or cold drink included for only £2, see here.

(thanks @OwlEye )


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Pizza Hut offer two children’s menus (for younger and older kids) starting from £5.49 which includes unlimited trips to the salad bar and their unlimited ice cream factory.


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Toby Carvery currently have a deal which works out great for both couples or a family.

  • £14.95 for a carvery meal with drink for two
  • £29.90 for a carvery meal with drink for four
  • £44.85 for a carvery meal with drink for six
This expires 29 Sep 2018 but excludes 16 Aug - 3 Sep 2018, bank holidays and all Sundays. Click here to find out more.

(thanks @goonertillidie )

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Check out this offer for the Kids Pass, lots of savings from restaurant deals, attractions and family days out.

  • The card entitles discount for up to 4 people.
  • Cancel the membership at the end of the trial and all you have paid is £1. Or continue to pay £39 for the yearly pass.

(Thanks @melamino )


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Table Table have a rewards card with some great offers such as Mum’s eat free and a free meal on your birthday too. It’s worth signing up for the free points alone really!

Offers change from time to time, so it's worth checking back to see what you can get in advance.

All offers can be found by clicking here.

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Customers of Compare The Market (both new and existing) can get 2 for 1 restaurant deals for a YEAR. Ask, Giraffe, Handmade Burger Company, Pizza Hut Restaurants and Prezzo + thousands of independent restaurants are included in this offer.
  • Meerkat Meals can only be claimed via the app.
  • Present your membership screen in their Meerkat app.
  • Up to six of you can dine out as often as you like for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Click here for all the details.

(Thanks @Newbold )


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HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

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corin.gillingham41 m ago

if you can't afford to feed your children then you really should not be a …if you can't afford to feed your children then you really should not be a parent!


You're on a money savers website complaining that saving money means you're a bad parent?

If you don't like deals you really should not be coming to a deals website!
Edited by: "Syanideuk" 17th Jul
Superb work op!!!!
Now to find someone to babysit for free 😄
corin.gillingham13 h, 18 m ago

if you can't afford to feed your children then you really should not be a …if you can't afford to feed your children then you really should not be a parent!


Well here’s hoping if you’re a parent your circumstances never change for the worst, you never take sick or loose your job, that your savings are big enough to manage for your future & any crisis-as all of us are to well aware, every penny saved is better in our pockets.

Heat added OP, just none around me locally.
Fabulous effort op, would be nice to see the mods appreciating such a post, if this was posted by one of them it'd already be 'pinned' and over 1000°.
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Superb work op!!!!
Now to find someone to babysit for free 😄
phillyboy17th Jul

Superb work op!!!!Now to find someone to babysit for free 😄


Heat. Great effort.
we all love a bit of cheap eating out heat added
Fabulous effort op, would be nice to see the mods appreciating such a post, if this was posted by one of them it'd already be 'pinned' and over 1000°.
Chips, Chips, Chips, Chips, Chips, Chips, Chips, Chips, Chips, Chips, Chips, Chips, Chips, Chips....
if you can't afford to feed your children then you really should not be a parent!
corin.gillingham41 m ago

if you can't afford to feed your children then you really should not be a …if you can't afford to feed your children then you really should not be a parent!


You're on a money savers website complaining that saving money means you're a bad parent?

If you don't like deals you really should not be coming to a deals website!
Edited by: "Syanideuk" 17th Jul
Nothings free
Made a polite comment along the lines of the above two comments - was instantly removed
corin.gillingham13 h, 18 m ago

if you can't afford to feed your children then you really should not be a …if you can't afford to feed your children then you really should not be a parent!


Well here’s hoping if you’re a parent your circumstances never change for the worst, you never take sick or loose your job, that your savings are big enough to manage for your future & any crisis-as all of us are to well aware, every penny saved is better in our pockets.

Heat added OP, just none around me locally.
Thanks OP. Btw great effort
Travelodge allow two under 16's to eat breakfast for free with each paint adult - which costs £8.50.
Cheers OP! You might want to add this to the list, for those transiting through Heathrow, certain restaurants have a Kids Eat Free option:
heathrow.com/sho…ree
What about pensioners eat free when accompanied by an adult? We need it more than the kids.
Please parents choose the healthy option for your child as it annoys me seeing overweight children. For goodness sake give the kid a chance in life instead of almost guaranteeing that bullying will be a daily occurrence in their life.
Heat for the effort in putting the deal together, and heat for the deals too
Thanks op
Parents need to stop giving their children free meals and start making them hunt, fish and grow their own vegetables for their dinner like a real parent would
Edited by: "Norseg" 19th Jul
wilmalfc14 h, 3 m ago

Please parents choose the healthy option for your child as it annoys me …Please parents choose the healthy option for your child as it annoys me seeing overweight children. For goodness sake give the kid a chance in life instead of almost guaranteeing that bullying will be a daily occurrence in their life.


It's not such fat kids who get bullied
The odd unhealthy meal isn't going kill them or make them fat
wilmalfc21 h, 13 m ago

Please parents choose the healthy option for your child as it annoys me …Please parents choose the healthy option for your child as it annoys me seeing overweight children. For goodness sake give the kid a chance in life instead of almost guaranteeing that bullying will be a daily occurrence in their life.


I'm sorry to hear that you judge other parents, and even more sorry that it upsets you if they do not meet your standards.

I'll personally be adding an extra portion of chips to my kids meal this evening, with a considerable dollop of tomato sauce, because the thought of you raging over it amuses me.

Tip: If you have children, feed them whatever you see fit - because you're the parent. It's best not to try and judge other parents, because frankly it's absolutely none of your business.

Take care of yourself.

itchyone26 m ago

I'm sorry to hear that you judge other parents, and even more sorry that …I'm sorry to hear that you judge other parents, and even more sorry that it upsets you if they do not meet your standards.I'll personally be adding an extra portion of chips to my kids meal this evening, with a considerable dollop of tomato sauce, because the thought of you raging over it amuses me. Tip: If you have children, feed them whatever you see fit - because you're the parent. It's best not to try and judge other parents, because frankly it's absolutely none of your business. Take care of yourself.


And I'm sorry to hear that you are such a careless parent. Giving them just what they like is not the right way to educate children and they won't thank you in later life when they reach an unhealthy state of body. Glad you are not my parent.
Facebook is a good place to pointlessly moan pretty sure this site is for great deals

Great list thanks
soldierboy00116 m ago

And I'm sorry to hear that you are such a careless parent. Giving them …And I'm sorry to hear that you are such a careless parent. Giving them just what they like is not the right way to educate children and they won't thank you in later life when they reach an unhealthy state of body. Glad you are not my parent.


There you go with the judging. You don't know me, you don't know my children yet you see fit to try and influence what I feed my children. How do you know what my children like? You're assuming because they eat chips, it's what they get every meal?

You display highly intolerant judgemental behavioural traits that I'm glad my children won't grow up with because I teach them otherwise.

But please, continue the preaching. I do like a good laugh, with unhealthy popcorn of course
Edited by: "itchyone" 19th Jul
Nice! a list of places to avoid like the plague!
Thanks OP!
itchyone1 h, 48 m ago

I'm sorry to hear that you judge other parents, and even more sorry that …I'm sorry to hear that you judge other parents, and even more sorry that it upsets you if they do not meet your standards.I'll personally be adding an extra portion of chips to my kids meal this evening, with a considerable dollop of tomato sauce, because the thought of you raging over it amuses me. Tip: If you have children, feed them whatever you see fit - because you're the parent. It's best not to try and judge other parents, because frankly it's absolutely none of your business. Take care of yourself.


Or maybe it annoys me because childhood obesity is just another strain on our overworked understaffed NHS service.
wilmalfc13 m ago

Or maybe it annoys me because childhood obesity is just another strain on …Or maybe it annoys me because childhood obesity is just another strain on our overworked understaffed NHS service.


That's great, but could you please explain how eating chips occasionally automatically makes a child obese? I'm genuinely curious.
itchyone48 m ago

That's great, but could you please explain how eating chips occasionally …That's great, but could you please explain how eating chips occasionally automatically makes a child obese? I'm genuinely curious.


If you refer back to my original comment I made no mention of chips. I only commented about choosing the healthy option and being annoyed at seeing so many overweight children. I then explained why seeing over weight children annoyed me; because of this countries childhood obesity crisis. I don’t see how anyone could have a problem with this.
Thanks OP great work.Heat added

We should all watch our carb and sugar intake though a treat now and again will do no harm. Fat has been unfairly demonised for years just don't overfeed.
wilmalfc4 h, 9 m ago

If you refer back to my original comment I made no mention of chips. I …If you refer back to my original comment I made no mention of chips. I only commented about choosing the healthy option and being annoyed at seeing so many overweight children. I then explained why seeing over weight children annoyed me; because of this countries childhood obesity crisis. I don’t see how anyone could have a problem with this.


The chips are irrelevant. The preaching to others which you demonstrated is relevant. People can feed their kids whatever they want, it's simply none of your business and you have no control over it whatsoever so probably best to abandon the moral crusade and just worry about your own children if you have any..
itchyone18 m ago

The chips are irrelevant. The preaching to others which you demonstrated …The chips are irrelevant. The preaching to others which you demonstrated is relevant. People can feed their kids whatever they want, it's simply none of your business and you have no control over it whatsoever so probably best to abandon the moral crusade and just worry about your own children if you have any..


Never mind then ay, chins up
itchyone22 h, 23 m ago

There you go with the judging. You don't know me, you don't know my …There you go with the judging. You don't know me, you don't know my children yet you see fit to try and influence what I feed my children. How do you know what my children like? You're assuming because they eat chips, it's what they get every meal?You display highly intolerant judgemental behavioural traits that I'm glad my children won't grow up with because I teach them otherwise. But please, continue the preaching. I do like a good laugh, with unhealthy popcorn of course


Ignorance is bliis and you are showing a great deal of bliss.
soldierboy00120th Jul

Ignorance is bliis and you are showing a great deal of bliss.


Erm, okay. What is 'bliis' though?
itchyone23 h, 30 m ago

Erm, okay. What is 'bliis' though?


OK dodgy auto correct I guess, honestly i had only had 1 drink.
Norseg19th Jul

Parents need to stop giving their children free meals and start making …Parents need to stop giving their children free meals and start making them hunt, fish and grow their own vegetables for their dinner like a real parent would


What planet do you live on? We live in a 3 bed semi, pretty standard for a family, and although we grow runner beans and potatoes in a bag, there's really no room to grow anything else. As for hunting and fishing, if you're going to catch anything meaningful you need all sorts of permissions and licenses, which is way more expensive than most of us can handle. Unless you happen to own 100 acres in Scotland, sustaining such a wild and healthy lifestyle is beyond the reach of us 'average' families. Maybe if you had your own children you'd get off your soap box and be a bit more realistic with your points of view.
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