The best deals right now for some free or cheap food and drink!
From lunch discounts and vouchers to free samples and restaurant deals, read on for the best food and drink deals you currently available. Here are a few quick links to help you navigate.
- Restaurant deals, including London Restaurant Festival set menus; Tastecard offers
- Takeaway deals, including free takeaway and £10 free credit for Uber Eats,
- Pub, bar and booze deals inc £15 craft beer box
- Lunch & coffee deals
I’ve split the supermarket special offers over to a separate deals page as there are just so many!
London Restaurant Festival – set menu deals
Until the end of October you can book some pretty tasty looking set menus at hundreds of London eateries – all part of the London Restaurant Festival. There are chains such as Byron and Belgos, as well as Michelin-starred places. You do need to book to get the menus though – you can’t just turn up.
I’ve a post which I regularly update with the latest Tastecard offers, often including one month free or 90-day trials for £1. Well worth giving it a go and seeing if you think you’ll use it regularly.
Two lots of £5 credit for delivery with Uber Eats,
Uber, the minicab startup has moved to fast food delivery! With the code CLEVERCASH you can save £5 off your first two Uber Eats orders.
It’s mainly Central London only, but includes restaurants such as Pho, Hummus Bros, Chilango and Crosstown Donuts. You can download the Uber Eats app, or order in the standard Uber app. Code ends 31st December 2017.
£8 with Amazon Restaurants
Amazon has also got in on the act for its Amazon Prime members. Enter the code EATNOW into the Amazon Prime Now app and you’ll be able to save £8 from places like Strada and Tossed. Minimum order £15. It’s also a limited number of London postcodes at the moment. Ends 31st August 2017.
How to save on craft beer
You can also check out my article sharing the ways I save money on craft beer from supermarkets, specialist shops and online beer clubs.
You can often pick up a free coffee from Cafe Nero with the O2 Priorities app – which anyone can get with this trick.