We’re so thrilled to share the news that Cyrus Todiwala OBE, Owner and Head Chef at Café Spice Namasté in East London, is extending Eat Out to Help Out throughout September, encouraging diners to continue contributing to the restart of the hospitality industry.
Half of The Spicemen duo with Tony Singh MBE, Cyrus Todiwala has been shaping the perceptions of Indian cuisine since his arrival in the UK from Goa in 1991, where he was Executive Chef at the Taj.
Along with his wife Pervin, Cyrus really has transformed Café Spice Namasté into a world-renowned culinary institution and we’re thrilled that he’s allowing eaters to continue to benefit from the Eat Out to Help Out initiative at a time when eating out is more of a luxury than ever.
The initiative will be funded by the restaurant itself, and will run on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout September. Click here to visit the website and book your table now.
Other restaurants also choosing to extend the Eat Out to Help Out initiative include Brindisa, the home of Spanish Food in London. With five branches to choose from, make sure you quote ‘comemos’ in your booking to ensure you benefit from the deal.
Hutong, Aqua Shard and Aqua Kyoto all based in the Shard are also participating (for a minimum of £30 a head). Take the opportunity to enjoy £10 off exquisite Chinese, British or Japanese cuisine, accompanied by a world class view this September.
For those preferring to eat by the water, Sam’s Riverside is offering Eat Out to Help Out on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, giving us the opportunity to eat some of the best fish dishes London has to offer at a 50 percent discount. If you’re looking for something more quaint, Dalloway Terrace in Bloomsbury is participating Monday-Wednesday every week, treating us to £10 off meals in their gorgeous flower-festooned terrace.
Hicce in Coal Drops Yard is our final suggestion for those looking to take advantage of these discounts while they last. Offering a modern British, woodfire-focused restaurant led by Great British Meny winner Pip Lacey, it’s not one to miss. Their deal offers 50 percent off (up to £10) on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and the same at lunchtime on Thursdays and Fridays. Make sure you book ahead and quote ‘#eatoutout’ to benefit from the deal.
We’re so thrilled that these, and so many more brilliant eateries have decided to continue the popular Eat Out to Help Out initiative. It not only helps communities by making it more affordable to eat out, but makes great strides in preserving the hospitality industry which has struggled throughout the pressures of COVID and continues to, as we emerge from lockdown. We can’t wait to continue helping out, by eating out!