Our pick of 21 top Kent restaurants, pubs and cafes to try with the Eat Out to Help Out scheme

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Get a half price meal at these great Kent restaurants, pubs and cafes with the government’s #EatOutToHelpOut scheme

From now until August 31, the government scheme, Eat Out to Help Out will provide diners with a 50% discount on food or non-alcoholic drinks (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner) every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in participating venues across Kent.

As long as you dine in, you can sample some of the best food that Kent has to offer at a hugely discounted price.

You can check your local postcode to discover the venues near you that are involved in the scheme on the government website here.

Check out our map below showing restaurants in Kent taking part in the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme. The purple pins offer more detailed information with links to websites, opening times and contact details.


21 The Parade, Margate

Roost Restaurant

19 Cliff Terrace, Margate

Buoy and Oyster

44 High St, Margate

Mullins Brasserie

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6 Market Place, Margate

The Unicorn Inn

61 St. Dunstans Street, Canterbury

The Foundry

77 Stour Street, Canterbury

The Granville

Faussett Hill, Canterbury

The Lady Luck

18 St. Peters Street, Canterbury

Mu Mu

108-110 Week Street, Maidstone


26 Lower Street, Maidstone

The Hengist

7-9 High Street, Aylesford

The Windmill

32 Eyhorne Street, Hollingbourne

Vittle and Swig

26-28, Camden Road, Royal Tonbridge Wells

Zorba Meze Grill

2 Upper Grosvenor Road, Royal Tonbridge Wells

The Guinea

78 Calverley Road, Royal Tonbridge Wells

Marleys Bistro Ltd

26-28 The Old High Street, Folkestone

The Little Place Next Door

24 Cheriton Place, Folkestone

Three Daws Riverside Inn

Town Pier, Gravesend

Reliance Fish Restaurant

4 Queen Street, Gravesend

The Wife of Bath

4 Upper Bridge Street, Ashford

The Riverside Inn

Rugby Gardens, Ashford

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