The best way to save money is to nab a freebie, right? Now I will disclose that some places below require a minimum adult spend – therefore possibly not a complete saving. But if you do want to eat out this half term, here’s the cheapest way to do it.
Post written February 2023.
Kids Eat Free – Supermarkets
Until March 2023, children up to age 16 can eat for £1 in Asda Cafes. This deal has no minimum adult spend either making it a true bargain. In addition to this, babies under 18 months can get a free Ella’s Kitchen pouch with any café purchase.
These offers are valid in England and Wales.
Kids aged under 16 can claim a free kid’s meal from Morrisons café when an adult spends £4.99 or more on a meal.
Tesco have not yet announced a free scheme this half term, but they have offered them in the past. I will update this post as soon as I hear otherwise.
Kids Eat Free – Restaraunts
Sushi lovers will be pleased to know that kids under 10 eat free at Yo Sushi! restaurants. This offer is valid Monday to Friday from the 13th to the 24th of February 2023 and requires an adult spend of £10 for each child. Children can pick from the Mini Ninja menu which includes a main, a side and a drink.
The Real Greek
Kids eat free at The Real Greek on Sundays; one free child’s meal for every adult spend over £10.
This half term Bill’s is offering for up to two kids eating free all day Monday to Friday if one adult orders any main dish (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). This offer is valid from the 13th to the 24th of February 2023.
Kids Eat Free – Other
Planning a home makeover this half term? Or just need a few bits for the house? Children eat free at the Pausa Cafés inside Dunelm stores. The deal is for one free main meal, plus two snacks and a drink for every £4 an adult spends in the in-store café, Monday to Friday after 3pm.
Dobbie’s Garden Centre
Check out your local Dobbie’s and get your kids a free meal in the café for each adult main meal purchased. This offer is valid from 12pm onwards. Some Dobbie’s Garden Centres have soft plays too so it’s definitely worth checking out if yours does.
Have I missed somewhere? Let me know in the comments or drop me an email if there is somewhere else I need to feature for offering free meals for kids this half term.