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South Bank Restaurants participating in Eat Out to Help Out Scheme

post-image 28th July 2020

The South Bank restaurants and hospitality businesses listed below are all taking part in the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme, from the 3rd to the 31st of August.

The scheme allows diners to get a government funded 50% discount on food or non-alcoholic drinks to eat or drink in (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner) every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. If you would like to register your business for the scheme, please click here.

All Bar OneChicheley Street
– Sutton Walk
Banh Bao Brothers – Leake Street
Beany Green – Southbank Centre
Black Sheep Coffee  Southbank Central
DraughtsLeake Street Arches
Fitology Kitchen – Gabriel’s Wharf
Gail’s Bakeries – Southbank Place
Great British Fish and Chips County Hall
Hannah – County Hall 
Honest Burgers – Royal Festival Hall
Island Poke  Island Place 
La Cucina di Mamma – Belvedere Road
Las Iguanas – Royal Festival Hall
Mamuska – Leake Street Arches 
Marriott County Hall (Gilray’s Steakhouse and Bar) – County Hall
McDonalds – Waterloo Station
Neds Noodle Bar – Belvedere Road
Okan South Bank – County Hall
OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie – Barge House St. 
Ping Pong – Royal Festival Hall
Pret a Manger – Royal Festival Hall, Waterloo Station, Stamford Street
Pure – Waterloo Station
Sea Containers Restaurant – Upper Ground 
Skylon  – Royal Festival Hall
Slug and Lettuce – Chicheley Street
Snog – Southbank Centre
Sports Bar and Grill – Waterloo Station
Starbucks – Belvedere Road
Strada – Royal Festival Hall
The Big Melt Gabriel’s Wharf 
The Green Room – Upper Ground 
The Thirsty Bear – Stamford Street
Troia – Belvedere Road
Wagamama – Royal Festival Hall
Wahaca – Southbank Centre
Wasabi Waterloo Station
Westminster Kitchen – Belvedere Road
Youngs Pubs (Mulberry Bush) – Upper Ground
Yo Sushi – Royal Festival Hall

For a complete map of what is open currently in South Bank, please see here.