'Eat Out to Help Out' in Ipswich

POSTED ON: 21/07/2020

Enjoy up to 50% off eating-in at registered restaurants, pubs & cafes

Support your local restaurants, pubs and cafes in Ipswich this August on Mondays, Tuesday and Wednesdays and get up to 50% off your bill! 

How it works:

  1. Visit one of the registered businesses listed below on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday from 3rd August to 31st August 2020.
  2. Eat-in and get up to 50% off on food and drinks (excluding alcohol) up to a maximum of £10 per person.
  3. The Government reimburses the business for the offer.
  4. Everyone's happy!

Make healthy choices: the Eat Out to Help Out scheme should be enjoyed mindfully as part of a healthy lifestyle with exercise.

Below are the restaurants, pubs and cafes in Ipswich that have the Eat Out to Help Out discount available:

Applaud Coffee

St Peters Street
Independent coffee shop with a sun-trap courtyard garden. 

At Twenty Five

St Nicholas Street
British restaurant and pub-bar with a seasonal menu and cosy courtyard.

Blends Cafe

Buttermarket Street
Charming cafe in the heart of the town centre.

The Bloom Lounge

Tacket Street
Chic brunch-spot and cocktail bar with a rose gold and marble interior.

The Burger Priest

Buttermarket Centre
NEW burger joint serving 100% Aberdeen Angus beef patties and more.

Cosy Club

Buttermarket Centre
Eclectic restaurant & bar with contemporary British food.

Creams Cafe

Buttermarket Centre
Dessert cafe serving waffles, gelato, waffles, sundaes and shakes.

East Ocean

Fore Street
Fine Chinese cuisine inspired by authentic flavours of Hong Kong and Canton.

Fishface Cafe

The Walk
Quirky cafe and upholstery studio with plenty of vegan and gluten free options.

The Forge Kitchen

Duke Street
Industrial-themed restaurant with a pare-backed approach to food. WEDNESDAYS ONLY.

German Doner Kebab

Westgate Street
A healthier, leaner approach to the doner kebab.

The Greyhound

Henley Road 
Award-winning Adnams pub serving with a cosy atmosphere and delicious homemade food

Hank's Pub

St Helen's Street
Ipswich's only vegan pub, serving 100% plant-based pub grub.

Isaacs on the Quay

Ipswich Waterfront
Popular waterfront bar with courtyards, verandas and cosy pub lounges.

Jacey's Coffee House

Buttermarket Centre
Independent family-run cafe in the heart of the town centre.

The Last Anchor

Haven Marina
Waterfront bar and restaurant this spectacular views of Ipswich over the marina.

Love Thy Burger

Westgate Street  
Independent burger joint; home to Ipswich's favourite burgers.


Ipswich Waterfront
Classic French brasserie on a renovated wood-lined interior gunboat

Milsoms Kesgrave Hall

Hall Road, Kesgrave
Luxurious country retreat on the edge of Ipswich with fresh, seasonal menus.


Cornhill Square
Independent noodle bar serving fresh and fast pan-Asian cuisine.

The Lord Nelson

Fore Street    
A historic, good-old-fashioned pub serving Adnams beers and spirits.

The Ocean Fish Platter

Upper Brook Street
Popular seafood restaurant with fresh Mediterranean fish dishes and British classics.

The Salthouse Harbour Hotel

Ipswich Waterfront
Award-winning artsy restaurant with a luxury menu and spectacular marina views.

Suffolk Food Hall Cafe

Peppers Lane, Wherstead
Fresh coffee and delicious local goodies at this award-winning farm shop by the River Orwell.


Fore Street
One of Ipswich's top places to eat; an authentic Japanese and Korean restaurant serving fresh sushi, grills and noodle soups.

Three Wise Monkeys

Lloyds Avenue
A relaxed venue in the heart of Ipswich with a gin bar, tap house and restaurant across three floors.


St Nicholas Street
One of Suffolk's finest Chinese restaurants, serving authentic traditional Chinese cuisine.


Buttermarket Centre
Vibrant Japanese-inspired food cooked fast and fresh from the wok.

The Waterfront Bar Bistro

Ipswich Waterfront
Chic waterfront restaurant with a French-inspired menu and marina views.

The Woolpack

Tuddenham Road
Bustling Suffolk pub on the edge of Christchurch Park with delicious homemade food.


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