Eat out to help out campaign
Businesses in the BID area taking part in the Campaign:
- Steakout Stratford
- Creams Cafe
- UNIT SIX
- Koi sushi garden
- KING EDWARD VII
- olive and lemon cafe/bistro
- Himalaya Indian Restaurant and Bar
- R&P Restaurrants LTD The Grill Stratford
- Spice Villa Catering Limited
- CHINESE OVERSEAS LIMITED
- Dar Marrakech
- Thailander Restaurant
- XIX Nineteen Cafe & Restaurant
Registration for the scheme will be open from 13 July 2020 and close on 31 August.
You can use the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme:
all day, every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 3 to 31 August 2020
to offer a 50% discount, up to a maximum of £10 per person, to diners for food or non-alcoholic drinks to eat or drink in
to claim the money back from the government
There is no limit to the number of times customers can use the offer during the period of the scheme. Your customers cannot get a discount for someone who is not eating or drinking.
Alcohol and service charges are excluded from the offer.
You can register if your establishment:
sells food for immediate consumption on the premises
provides its own dining area or shares a dining area with another establishment for eat-in meals
was registered as a food business with the relevant local authority on or before 7 July
- You’ll be registered instantly and will receive a registration reference number - you’ll need this when you claim the reimbursement.
- You should wait until you’re registered before you offer discounts to your customers. You cannot offer discounts before 3 August.
- For each day you’re using the scheme, you must keep records of the total number of people, total value of transactions, total amount of discounts.
Making a claim:
The service you’ll use to claim reimbursements will be available on 7 August 2020. The service will close on 30 September. You must wait 7 days from registration to make your first claim. HMRC will pay eligible claims within 5 working days. You will be able to submit claims on a weekly basis. You’ll still need to pay VAT based on the full amount of your customers’ bills. Any money you receive through the scheme will be treated as taxable income. HMRC will provide more guidance on how to make a claim when the registration service is open.
A dedicated phoneline and webchat will be available from 13 July 2020. This guidance will be updated.