Eligible venues are one which food is sold for on-premises consumption straight away. This could include:
The scheme discount voucher can be used on food and/or non-alcoholic drinks bought for consumption on premises, up to a maximum value of £10inc VAT per diner (diners include children).
This includes soft drinks and/or packaged snacks, as long as they are for immediate consumption on the premises.
There is no minimum amount to spend to use the voucher scheme.
The discount cannot be given on the following :
If a customer is dining in and then takes away the remainder of their meal, the discount will still apply.
The scheme discount applies to food or non-alcoholic drink for dining in.
For the purposes of this scheme - 'on the premises' means any area set aside for the consumption of food or non-alcoholic drink by customers, even if the area is used by other premises or establishments.
You can use the scheme for food and drink sold for immediate consumption on the restaurant premises. This does not include food and drink that is bought as part of a wider service.
You can use the scheme and apply the discount to food or drink sold for immediate consumption on the café premises.
You cannot use the scheme. To be eligible your business must have the facility to offer dining on the premises. Establishments with only informal outside seating in an area that does not belong to the establishment and/or is not shared with other establishments, will not be eligible to participate in the scheme.
The service charge is not included in the scheme discount – the reduction only applies to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks.
You can use the scheme alongside other offers and discounts you are being offered.
You cannot change the terms of the scheme, the discount you offer must be 50% (max £10 per diner). Remember the offer is limited to a max of £10 per dining head.
A diner is any person, adult or child, for whom food or drink is being purchased for consumption on premises. A diner does not need to be the paying customer.
For the purposes of this scheme an alcoholic drink is a drink that contains more than 1.2% ABV (alcohol by volume).