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Harvester, Miller and Carter and Toby Carvery Eat Out to Help Out deals including a carvery and drink for £5.17

DINERS who fancy a mid-week roast are in for a treat as Harvester, Toby Carvery and Miller and Carter release their Eat Out to Help Out deals, with a carvery starting at just £5.17.

The three chains, which are all owned by the Mitchells and Butlers group, are participating in the chancellor's scheme to encourage more people to dine in at restaurants.

Toby Carvery's dinners just got a whole lot cheaper
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Toby Carvery's dinners just got a whole lot cheaper

The offer, which started on Monday, entitles diners to 50 per cent off their bill, up to a value of £10 per person, every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday throughout August.

Toby Carvery is offering a carvery and unlimited soft drinks from £5.17, although its prices do vary across the country, so this could cost you up to £5.90.

The meal would normally set you back over a tenner.

Meanwhile, its three course carvery meal, which includes soup, a roast main, ice cream and unlimited soft drinks, will start at just £7.16, rather than the usual £14.32.

Toby Carvery restaurants are all over the country - you can search for your local one here.

Harvester is known for its salad bar
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Harvester is known for its salad bar

At Harvester, the three course lunch set menu, which also includes unlimited soft drinks, will cost between £7.05 and £7.77, depending on location.

Starters include nachos, soup and breaded mushrooms, you can pick from options such as gammon, a burger or scampi for your main, and then desserts are options such as treacle sponge or an ice-cream sundae.

A similar deal applies at dinner time, with the evening set menu, served from 5pm, costing between £9.05 and £9.77 each, instead of almost £20 per head.

Harvester has more than 150 branches in the UK, and you can find your nearest one on its website here.

Deals on meals: how much will your dinner cost?

Here's what you will pay for your meal during the Eat Out to Help Out deal:

Toby Carvery:

  • Carvery plus unlimited soft drinks: from £5.17 (was £10.34)
  • Three course carvery meal (soup, carvery and ice-cream plus unlimited soft drinks): from £7.16 (was £14.32)

Harvester:

  • Three course lunch set menu plus unlimited soft drinks: from £7.05 (was £14.10)
  • Three course dinner set menu plus unlimited soft drinks: from £9.05 (was £18.10)

Miller & Carter:

  • 30-day aged 8oz rump: £7.96 (was 15.95)
  • 30-day aged 20oz T-bone: £19.95 (was £29.95)
  • 30-day aged chateaubriand for two: £33.95 (was £53.95)

And at steakhouse Miller and Carter you will be able to enjoy a 30-day aged rump 8oz steak served with parsley butter, fries, balsamic tomato, onion loaf, iceberg lettuce wedge and your choice of steak sauce and wedge dressing for £7.96, instead of £15.95.

Or you can try the 30-day aged 20oz T-bone for £19.95 instead of £29.95.

A huge 30-day aged chateaubriand for two people will also be on offer for £33.95 - saving £20.

You can find your nearest Miller and Carter restaurant here.

How to calculate the bill

THE government will pay for half of your bill, up to £10 a head, when you eat out on certain days of the week in August.

To work out how much your bill will be after the discount is applied, you should start by adding together everything that you ordered.

You'll then need to take off any items that it doesn't cover, such as alcoholic drinks and the service charge.

Then, divide this by two to find out half of the bill.

What if it comes to more than £10 per head?

To check that it comes under the £10 per head cap, divide it again by the number of people who are dining.

If it works out as more than this per person, then you'll need to multiply the number of people eating by £10.

You should then minus the answer from the total cost of the items that the discount can be applied to.

For example, four people eat out and the total bill that the discount can be applied to comes to £90.

Half of the bill would be £45, but that's more than the limit.

So you need to minus £40 (£10 per diner) from £90 to get the amount you will need to pay, which in this case is £50.

Remember - these discounts only apply on days when the Eat Out to Help Out deal is on - plus you'll need to be eating in to take advantage of the scheme.

We've rounded up how much prices will drop by if restaurants use the scheme.

Businesses don’t have to sign up to the scheme, but all three chains confirmed they will be participating.

Toby Carvery, Harvester and Miller and Carter opened for business again on July 4, having closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Other restaurants have also released their prices for the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, including Wetherspoon pubs.

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