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Updated: Eateries in Moray taking part in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme

By Jonathan Clark

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The Eat Out To Help Out scheme kicks off on Monday.
The Eat Out To Help Out scheme kicks off on Monday.

THE UK government's Eat Out To Help Out scheme is set to come into effect on Monday.

Many places in Moray are taking part in the scheme, which will see sit-in customers get 50 per cent off food and drink, up to a total of £10 per person, on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

The offer will run throughout August, with no limit to the amount of times one person can take part.

No voucher is needed to use the scheme and it can be used at the same time as other offers and discounts. There is no minimum spend.

Alcoholic drinks and service charges are excluded from the offer.

Ben Laing, director at Threaplands, welcomed the scheme.

He said: "Coronavirus has brought uncertainty to so many businesses but has especially affected the hospitality sector, which relies on the ability for people to meet and be in close contact to enjoy.

"The government has been extremely generous throughout the crisis and this newest scheme shows a real commitment to help businesses in the hospitality sector.

"The scheme will be welcomed by us as it gives further encouragement for society to return to normality.

"We would like to encourage visitors to the café to take full advantage of the scheme and eat out as often as possible – enjoying the most expensive menu choices that perhaps would usually be avoided.

"With continued support we have seen from our customers and continued assistance from the government, we have the potential to recoup the damaging losses sustained throughout lockdown. We look forward to welcoming both old and many new customers to the Threaplands family."

Please note some businesses partaking may not be listed, and some may still sign up before Monday.

You can double check and keep updated here: https://www.tax.service.gov.uk/eat-out-to-help-out/find-a-restaurant.


The Ditsy Teacup, The Qismat Tandoori, Badenochs, Pizzeria Toscana, Batchen Street Coffee, The Mansefield Hotel, Cafe Kombucha, 19 Crepes and Coffee, Planta Cafe, Scribbles, Sunninghill Hotel, The Pancake Place, Panache, Spice Tandoori, Carlton Bingo, The Ashvale, Pattaya Restaurant, Cobbs Cafe Elgin Library, The Royal Hotel, Laichmoray Hotel, Miller's Restaurant, Weavers Restaurant, Pinz Bowling, Elgin Golf Club, Bijou, The Granary, Subway and McDonald's.


Guidis Pizzeria, Bridge 45, Salt Cellar, The Seafood Restaurant and Grill, Harbour Lights, Stotfield Hotel, Golf View Hotel, PMP Catering, Twenty Nineteen Coffee and The Dunes Complex at Silver Sands.


The Ramnee Hotel, Forres Golf Club, Cluny Bank Hotel, Cafe 1496, Knockomie Hotel, Mackenzie and Cruickshank, The Mosset Tavern, The Red Lion, 42HQ, Chimes, Kristoff's and The Carisbrooke.


Le Cafe Coull, Kimibck Catering, Louis Fish and Chips, The Old Coach House, Time Restaurant, Carlton Bingo, Bijou By The Sea and J G Ross.


Square Roots Kitchen, Ugie House Hotel, Grampian Hotel and Boogie Woogie.


The Kimberley Inn, The Crown and Anchor and the The Captain's Table.


Seafield Arms Hotel, The Royal Oak Hotel and Cullen Bay Hotel.


Gordon Arms Hotel, Christie's, Baxters Highland Village and The Walled Garden Trading Company.


Hotel Square, The Whisky Castle and Highland Market and Bike Glenlivet.


The Coffee Pot and The Commercial Hotel.


The Station Hotel and Eastbank Hotel.


The Mash Tun and Aberlour Hotel.


Brodie Countryfare


Calum's Kitchen


Hopeman Sands Coffee Shop




The Highlander Inn.

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