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Monday 23 August 2010

Save Money On Eating Out in Brighton

Brighton is a top UK seaside destination and it is easy to see why with its electric atmosphere, legendary night life and cultural offerings.
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Eating out in Brighton is a gastronomic delight the city is home to hundreds of restaurants and cafes several of which are award winning.

The selection of food on offer in Brighton is exceptional whether you are looking for a quick bite or a romantic meal the choice is endless.

You can now save money on dining out in Brighton several online voucher sites offer discount vouchers to be used in Brighton restaurants.

With loads of Brighton restaurants on board there are some great savings to be made.

Offers include buy one get one free on main meals, 50% off your total food bill and some great set menu deals such as 2 courses for under £10.

Keep an eye out for freebie vouchers these can get you a free starter or dessert or a free bottle of wine or cocktail. With so many vouchers on offer your choice is not limited when using discount vouchers in Brighton.



There are many restaurants in Brighton offering discount vouchers here are a few of the best deals available in Brighton over the next few months:

ASK Italian Restaurant – ASK is located in Brighton city centre it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy some hearty Italian food after a day sightseeing.

With an extensive range of pizzas, pastas and salads there are dishes available to suit all tastes. ASK are now offering a voucher for 2 meals for £10 simply print it off and present it to your waiter to take advantage of this great deal.

Table – Table is a stylish restaurant set in the centre of Brighton offering a modern take on classic British cuisine.

The restaurant works to promote local produce including wine, and offers some truly wonderful dishes including whole sea bass, skirt steak and the very popular gooseberry and elderflower cheesecake.

The Table has a great Sunday lunch offer on at the moment you can get 2 courses for £13.50 or three courses for £17.50, what a perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon!

Devils Dyke – The Devils Dyke pub is located about 7 miles outside Brighton in the beautiful Sussex countryside.

The pub is the perfect lunch destination come rain or shine and offers stunning views over Brighton.

The menu available offers a selection of dishes from seasonal offerings such as summer salads to pub grub favorites like beer battered fish and chips.

The Devils Dyke are currently offering a voucher for a free drink with any main meal why not make use of this and spend an afternoon in their lovely beer garden.

La Tasca – located in Brighton city centre La Tasca brings a real taste of Spain to this seaside city.

Specialising in home cooked tapas made from the freshest ingredients, La Tascas menu offers a great choice of tapas from seafood to cured meats.

The menu has a great selection of Tapas to share and you can now get 50% off tapas to share using a printable voucher, making this the perfect restaurant to enjoy a meal with a loved one or a group of friends.

This is just an insight into the types of restaurant vouchers on offer, if you are planning on visiting some of Brighton's culinary hotspots search online for the latest discount vouchers available, there are some great offers to be had.

by: Jessica at Moneysupermarket.com




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