Adults get free meal for each child’s set menu bought at Frankie & Benny’s

Frankie & Benny’s

Guests at restaurant chain Frankie & Benny’s will be able to choose one free adult meal for every child’s set menu that is paid for at its sites across the UK this half term.

The dishes adults can choose from for free include the margarita pizza, bolognese pasta, arrabbiata pasta, cheeseburger and the Classic Dog (excluding Northern Ireland), with the first four of these items also available gluten free.

The Italian American restaurant brand has announced the special half term offer to tackle the cost-of-living crisis.

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To get a meal for free at Frankie & Benny’s in Scotland, England, Northern Ireland and Wales, all guests have to do is bring a child to eat at one of the chain’s sites.

Sasha Story, head of brand at Frankie & Benny’s, said: “Unexplainable tantrums, shopping trips that consume the whole day, disturbed nights, the list goes on.

“Our lovely little dictators get their fill of the fun, so this half term, it’s your time to enjoy a perk for yourself. Get your meal for free when little diners eat with us during the half term holidays. Something for you, on us.”

To get the offer, customers can sign up by email via the company’s website, with a QR code then being sent to them, which must be shown on a phone or tablet in the restaurant and can only be used once.

The offer is only redeemable for children under 11 and applicable to each child’s set menu paid for, including small eaters, big eaters and kid’s gluten-free.

The offer will be valid from 17 to 21 October in Scotland, 24 to 28 October in England, and 31 October to 4 November in Northern Ireland and Wales.

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