As part of the recovery phase of Covid-19, we’re all being encouraged to ‘Eat out to help Out’ and give our support to restaurants, bars and cafes that were all closed during lockdown.
It means when you eat out at one of the participating outlets on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday in August, you can claim 50% off your bill, up to a maximum of £10 per person.
No vouchers are required for the Eat out to help out discount, and you can take advantage of the offer as many times as you like!
So, why not take this chance to support some of the fantastic local, independent pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes that are signed up?
It’s a fantastic opportunity to sample some of the delicious food that is on offer right on our doorstep.
Here at Lowton & Golborne News we are all about supporting local businesses and shopping local. So, if you want to take the chance to sample somewhere new, here are some of the many different places and cuisines you can try locally for half price during Eat out to help out.
Imperial Court, Lowton
Friendly, warm, relaxed atmosphere offering a wide range of authentic flavoursome Chinese cuisine at value prices.
What should I eat? To get a really good taste of what Imperial Court offer, why not try their 4 course set menu – usually £26.90 per head, but now £16.90 with the Eat out to help out discount.
Where: 241 Church Lane, Lowton (next to Co-Op).
Book a table: 01942 275888.
Duncan’s Kitchen at The Rams Head, Lowton
Offers a varied menu of freshly produced food in a kitchen with a 5 Rated Food Hygiene score.
What should I eat? Try a selection of their popular small plates – like beer battered fish, proper chips, mushy peas and tartare sauce!
Where: 248 Slag Lane, Lowton.
Book a table: 07803 802557.
The Queen Anne, Golborne
Book a table: 01942 726922.
Scott’s Deli, Lowton
Where: 2 Crow Wood Road, Lowton, Greater Manchester, WA3 2EY
Book at table: 01942 721666
Hare and Hounds, Lowton
Friendly local pub, which has recently enjoyed a extensive refurbishment. Serving food daily 12-8pm.
What should I eat?: Top recommendations from the Hare & Hound’s current menu incude the Nashville Nachos or a Katsu Chicken burger.
Where: 1 Golborne Road, Lowton.
Book a table: 01942 728387.
The Kirkfield Hotel, Newton-le-Willows
Newly refurbished hotel, bar & restaurant serving local ales, wide selection of draught beers and fresh home made pub food. Extensive gardens at the rear.
Where: 2-4 Church Street, Newton-le-Willows, WA12 9SU
How to book: 01925 222058.
Verona Kitchen and Bar, Newton-le-Willows
Italian inspired bar which prides itself on delicious food, good service and great chefs.
Where: 51 High Street, Newton-le-Willows, WA12 9SL.
How to book: 01925 407047.
Saffron Restaurant, Newton-le-Willows
Where: 69-73 High Street, Newton-le-Willows, WA12 9SL
The Plough Inn, Croft
Book a table: 01925 766001.
The Oak Tree, Newton-le-Willows
Where: 2-4, Crow Lane East, Newton-le-Willows, WA12 9UY
How to book: 01925 228668.
The Robin Hood, Pennington
A welcoming traditional local pub with great home cooked food.
Where: 257 St Helens Road, Leigh.
Book a table: 01942 261313.
The General Elliot, Croft
A friendly, family run pub/restaurant with a reputation for serving outstanding homemade food, real ales and fine wines.
Where: 51 Lord Street, Croft, WA3 7DE.
Book a table: 01925 766900.
The Red Lion, Lowton
Head Chef John leads a talented team of professional chefs using quality locally sourced ingredients.
What should I eat: The chef’s recommendation is a naughty but nice southern fried chicken platter… yum!
Where: 324 Newton Road, Lowton.
Book a table: 01942 581671.
Partridge Lakes Cafe
Newly refurbished, Partridge Lakes Cafe is a dog friendly cafe, offering beautiful views and quality food with inside and outside seating available.
What should I eat? You won’t go far wrong with a Partridge Lake’s Full English Breakfast which is just £6.50 including a hot drink.
Where: Partridge Lakes, Glaziers Lane, Culcheth, Cheshire, WA3 4AQ.
Book a table: No need to book, but the Cafe will operate a first come first served basis for tables.
Thai Paragon Bar & Restaurant
The Thai Paragon promises “Fine food, fine wine and fine service” – with traditional, authentic Thai culture and cuisine.
Where: 474 Warrington Road, Culcheth, Cheshire, WA3 5QX.
How to book: 01925 764998.
The Culcheth Arms
A beautiful scenic gastro pub in the heart of Culcheth, Est 2013. Formally ‘The Harrow’, The Culcheth Arms is a family run and dog-friendly business.
Where: 1 Church Lane, Culcheth, Cheshire, WA3 5DL.
How to book: 01925 764722.