The restaurant group, which operates London brands including plant based by CHLOE., The Lebanese Bakery and Dominique Ansel Baker,y has announced it will be extending the Chancellor’s ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme till the end of September.
This means will be able to claim 50% discount up to £10 on a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday through to 30 September.
Scot Turner, Vice-President of Operations, said, “The initiative has come at a welcome time for the industry. Building consumer confidence at a time when we know there is still a lot of uncertainty can only be a positive. As a group we have taken a lot of steps to ensure our restaurant and dine in environments are as safe as possible for both our staff and guests.
“Our plant-based restaurant by CHLOE., The Lebanese Bakery and Dominique Ansel Bakery will all be taking part in the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme throughout August and we have extended the scheme till the end of September to show our commitment to our guests. We hope consumers take full advantage of the 50 per cent discount and show their support to keep our beloved industry alive.”
All three restaurants will also continue to offer 50 per cent discount for the NHS And other key workers.
Qoot has opened a number of new delivery kitchens over recent months with their portfolio of brands; plant-based restaurant by CHLOE., The Lebanese Bakery and newly-launched Vegan Dough Co.
Founded by Chloe Coscarelli, Executive Chef and Partner, with Samantha Wasser as Creative Director and President, by CHLOE. creates delicious, wholesome, plant-based food that fuels and energizes without compromising flavour, taste or satisfaction.
The chef-driven vegan menu features locally-sourced ingredients in their most natural form to create inspired dishes, made freshly daily to offer hearty, nourishing meals made from whole ingredients, ensuring they eat well and with purpose.
The businesses continue their plans for expansion through its existing portfolio of brands with new openings planned for the final quarter of the year, including international brands from within their portfolio that will be making their debut in the capital.