20 Trafford Centre restaurants providing 50% discount this August

At least 20 restaurants, bars and cafes have registered to take part so far.

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intu Trafford Centre has released a full list of businesses that have currently signed up to take part in the government’s ‘Eat Out To Help Out’ scheme in August.

At least 20 restaurants, bars and cafes have registered to take part so far.

Under the #EatOutToHelpOut scheme – announced by Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak towards the start of this month – visitors will receive a 50% discount, up to a maximum of £10 per person, when dining-in at participating venues on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout August.

The discount is available for food and non-alcoholic beverages, but does not include takeaway purchases, and the discount can be used on more than one occasion. 

Visitors will not need a voucher as participating establishments will simply remove the discount from their bill.

Nando’s UK & Ireland
Five Guys UK

The restaurants, cafes and bars currently signed up to take part at the Trafford Centre are:

  • Barburrito
  • Burger King
  • Chaobaby
  • Costa Coffee
  • East Street
  • Five Guys
  • Friday’s
  • Haute Dolci
  • Mardi Gras – JD Wetherspoon
  • McDonald’s
  • Nando’s
  • Pesto
  • Pizza Hut
  • Pret a Manger (in Selfridges)
  • San Carlo Champagne Bar (in Selfridges)
  • Shere Khan
  • Spud U Like
  • Subway
  • Tampopo
  • Tru Street
  • Wagamama
  • Yo! Sushi (in Selfridges)
Wagamama UK
Pizza Hut UK

Zoe Inman, Centre Director at intu Trafford Centre, said: “Over 80% of our restaurants, cafes and bars are now open, with a fantastic section of brands signing up to the Eat Out to Help Out scheme. We’re seeing more and more visitors returning every day, so we’re confident that plenty of people will be taking advantage of the fantastic Eat Out to Help Out scheme and will enjoy a delicious meal together.”


“Of course, we’ll be continuing to do everything we can to make sure intu Trafford Centre is a safe place to visit and work.”

For more information about participating businesses, visit the intu Trafford Centre website here.



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