Popular Leeds pub The Potting Shed and restaurant Sushi Waka both extend Eat Out to Help Out through September
A popular Leeds pub and restaurant have both extended the Eat Out to Help Out offers into September.
The Potting Shed in Guiseley and Sushi Waka in Leeds city centre both announced the news on social media.
Sushiwaka serves authentic Japanese cuisine including Ramen, Noodles and hand rolled Sushi with Japanese inspired drinks menu serving Sake, Cocktails and world renowned Japanese whiskeys.
The Potting Shed has very high trip advisor reviews and has been described by some on the platform as the 'best bar in Guiseley'.
The Potting Shed said: "Potters!
"We have some very exciting news.
"Due to the success of the #eatouttohelpout scheme, we are carrying the offer on throughout September.
"50% off food and soft drinks up to £10 per person Monday-Wednesday throughout September."
Sushi Waka also announced the news on Facebook.
They said: "We are are extending the Eat Out to Help Out scheme (Monday-Wednesday) until the end of September
"Booking is strongly advised."
Who is the discount available for?
The discount is available to everyone in the UK and includes children's meals. However, it will not apply to any alcohol that has been ordered to go with your food.
Where will the discount scheme apply?
Any hospitality business that serves meals can sign up to the scheme, including independently run eateries, alongside high street chains. The discount will only apply to meals eaten out, so you will still have to pay full price for your takeaway, even if you order it from a restaurant.
Businesses will need to register with the scheme before they are able to offer the discount and then claim back the money.
The refund will then be transferred into the bank accounts of registered restaurants, cafes and pubs within five working days.
How can I find my local restaurants participating in the scheme?
To find the restaurants participating in the scheme in your local area, the government has launched a postcode finder tool.
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