You can enjoy a meal at some of your favourite local restaurants – and save money at the same time!
With lockdown restrictions easing, many restaurants and cafes are welcoming diners back and the UK government has launched a new initiative to encourage you to dine out again.
The government launched its Eat Out To Help Out scheme at the start of August in a bid to get people back into their favourite restaurants.
Every Monday to Wednesday in August, participating eateries will be giving 50% off (up to the value of £10 per person) off each diners’ food and non-alcoholic drink bills.
Here are a few of the restaurants in Courier Country taking part.
Whether you’re after a cappuccino, delicious homemade scones or freshly prepared soup the Mustard Seed in Perth is the place to come. With ample parking spaces, a comprehensive menu and comfortable surroundings (including an outdoor veranda) you are sure of a most enjoyable visit.
Open from 8.30am to 4pm on Monday to Saturday, you’ll find the Mustard Seed at Riggs Road, Perth.
Although closed to the general public during the lockdown, the Mustard Seed team provided a community hub for the south side of Perth – preparing over 5,000 meals for local people, delivering food and prescriptions, and staying in contact with over 200 senior citizens on a regular basis.
From traditional favourites and eclectic dishes in the Lynedoch Brasserie to lighter bites in the Stutts Bar Restaurant, you can be assured that all your dining needs are catered for in the stunning surroundings of the Murrayshall estate that dates back over 400 years.
At Murrayshall, quality and sustainability is something that’s reflected in every dish. The hotel’s award-winning Head Chef is passionate about creating mouth-watering menus using the finest seasonal ingredients, sourced from carefully selected local suppliers, as well as home grown produce from the hotel’s own kitchen garden.
The Lynedoch Brasserie is now reopen for dinner service and it will operate on a Friday and Saturday evening from 6pm – 9pm. Stutts Bar Restaurant is open Monday to Sunday from 8am – 8.45pm and the Lynedoch Lounge cocktail bar open Friday and Saturday evenings.
Please be advised that booking is essential, under the government guidelines, for all hotel guests and non-residents drinking and/or dining in any or of the restaurants and bars.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are all taken care of at Ozzy’s, offering some of the best burgers in town, including the house favourite “The King”.
They offer pizzas, hot dogs and a nice breakfast menu. With a wide selection of salads and baked potatoes, there is something for everyone.
Ozzy’s in Dundee Town Centre on the Murraygate is an American and British style bistro which opened last year and has been a hit with locals ever since.
They are on JustEat so you can have Ozzys’s highly rated food delivered to your door.
They have indoor and outdoor seating available all in-line with current requirements.
Booking is not required and customers are seated on a first-come-first-served basis.
Since Covid-19, The Civvy’s function suite – once busy hosting weddings and parties at weekends – has been empty, but now the lounge, public bar and beer garden at this popular club have reopened.
Although a private members club, the Civvy is open to both members and guests for food and soft drinks. It’s home to “one of the best steak pies in Perth” which is baked with succulent, tender meat and pastry on top.
Also adorning the menu are traditional favourites, including breaded haddock, macaroni cheese, curries, burgers and pizzas. Don’t have a big appetite? There are light bites too, all delicious dishes at very good prices.
You are guaranteed a warm welcome at The Civvy where you will be asked to register, observe social distancing measures and use sanitiser. Kay and the team look forward to seeing you.
Book a table in advance on 01738 424 775.