All the places kids eat for £1 or FREE in Greater Manchester this February half term
Marks & Spencer, Bella Italia, and Yard & Coop are just some of the places offering kids the chance to eat for £1 or free his half term.
Now that schools across Greater Manchester are out for February half term, and with the rising cost of living crisis sadly continuing to make its impact felt on many families, plenty of supermarkets, independent and chain restaurants, and pub groups across the UK are offering kids the chance to eat a hearty meal out for as little as £1.
Some are even offering up children’s meals completely free of charge.
So if you’re looking to treat the kids to a meal, but you’re keen to keep things on the cheaper side and save a few pennies, then thankfully, eating out just got a whole lot easier.
Here’s a round-up of all the supermarkets offering dining deals this half term.
When you spend over £5 in the M&S Cafe this half term, kids can get a meal deal – which normally costs around £3.95, and includes either a sandwich, toastie, pizza or pasta, and a snack, fruit, and a drink – completely for free.
One free children’s meal per transaction, and the offer runs through Friday 24 February.
Asda has teamed up with Quaker Oats to offer children a warm breakfast completely free of charge from all its 205 in-store cafes from 8am to 12pm every day across the UK while schools are out this February half term.
Find out more here.
All day everyday throughout February half term, you can get any meal from the kids menu for free with any one adult meal at a value of £4.99 or over at Morrisons cafes nationwide, and the offer applies to anyone under 16 years of age.
Restaurants & Cafes
Ducie Street Warehouse
The restaurant at Ducie Street Warehouse in the heart of Manchester city centre will be offering kids the chance to eat a meal “designed for curious minds” completely free of charge with every adult meal £10 or over from Monday 20 to Thursday 23 February.
The offer is valid for children aged 10, and under and up to two children.
Yard & Coop
The Northern Quarter’s home of buttermilk fried chicken is offering a ‘kids eat free deal’ this February half term.
Available each weekday from 12pm-7:30pm, one selected free kids meal comes with every adult main, and they get to choose from a menu that includes the likes of Nugz, the veggie option of Not Chicken Nugz, or vegan chicken.
Kids can eat for free at Banyan Spinningfields this February half term when you buy an adult main meal, so it’s perfect for when you want to head out as a family for lunch, or for an evening when you don’t want to spend time cooking.
The offer is available until 6pm from Monday 20 – Friday 24 February.
Children can eat for £1 with any adult main meal at Bella Italia this February half term.
Free to claim between 4pm and 6pm from Monday to Thursday, the Piccolo menu is aimed at children aged two to six years, with the Grande for seven to 11-year-olds, and some of the dishes include meatballs, bolognese, carbonara, and pizza.
The deal includes up three courses and a fruit water.
Up to two kids per table eat free all day at Bill’s from on weekdays up until Friday 24 February when an adult orders any main dish, so whether it be breakfast, lunch, or dinner, there’s a dish to feed your little one no matter the time of day.
The menu features a range of delicious family favourites – including buttermilk pancakes, mac & cheese, and fish fingers and chips.
Japanese street food and sushi favourite YO! is letting children eat for free this half term each weekday until Friday 24 February with every adult paying at least £10 – with the offer including a main, a side, and a drink from the Kids Meal Deal menu, and a dessert can be added for £1.50.
The Real Greek
With a popular branch in the Corn Exchange in Manchester city centre, and a new restaurant having recently-opened in the Trafford Centre too, The Real Greek is offering one free kids meal for each adult who spends £10 or more when they dine in at their restaurants.
Children under 12 get to choose a kids meal, a drink, and an ice cream or sorbet.
Dunelm Cafe is offering kids the chance to grab a free mini main meal this February half term, along with two snacks and a drink for every £4 spent.
The offer is available from 3pm each weekday from Monday to Friday.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, which is why Hungry Horse Pubs – which has several branches in Greater Manchester – is offering kids the chance to eat breakfast for free with every paying adult.
The offer is available from 8am – 12pm every day of February half term.
Farmhouse Inns – which has a number of sites across Greater Manchester – is offering its email subscribers the chance to grab two kids’ meals, including the delicious fresh carvery, for £1 each from Monday to Saturday when accompanied by a paying adult.
The offer is available up until Saturday 25 February.
Table Table, Beefeaters & Brewers Fair
Ensuring no one goes hungry this half term, each Table Table, Beefeaters & Brewers Fair branch across Greater Manchester is offering a free breakfast for every child with a paying adult.
You can choose as much as you like from the cooked and Continental selections, including bacon, sausages, eggs, hash browns and more, alongside baked pastries, cereal, fresh fruit, and chilled juices and unlimited tea or coffee to accompany.
Sizzling Pub & Grill
There’s a whole host of Sizzling Pub & Grill restaurants across Greater Manchester and the north west that are offering kids the chance to eat for just £1 with every adult main meal.
The offer runs from Monday to Friday between 3pm and 7pm.
Featured Image – Bill’s