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How do you get a Michelin star meal for HALF price?

People across the UK can get a 50 percent discount at hundreds of restaurants across the country from today until the end of November by booking their dinners online.

Michelin-starred restaurants, including The Clove Club, Galvin La Chapelle and Benares in London, offer highly discounted dining as part of TheFork festival.

The festival was launched by the online booking service TheFork – formerly known as Bookatable.

As part of The ForkFestival, The Clove Club has a four course lunch for £65 and an eight course menu is available for £145

As part of TheFork Festival, Benares offers a tasting menu with a complimentary glass of champagne and a box of petit Fours per table for £119

As part of TheFork Festival, Benares offers a tasting menu with a complimentary glass of champagne and a box of petit Fours per table for £119

Michelin-starred restaurants including The Clove Club (left), Galvin La Chapelle and Benares (right), all in London, offer highly discounted dining as part of TheFork festival

Galvin La Chapelle, who also has a Michelin star, is also involved in the festival.  In a monumental former school, you'll find the beautiful Galvin La Chapelle, a glamorous restaurant with a buzzing atmosphere.  The Galvins know how to run a restaurant and it's a family affair here, with Jeff in the kitchen and brother David in charge of sourcing produce at the market.  Galvin La Chapelle offers a 7-course menu with complimentary Galvin: A Cookbook De Luxe for £97

Galvin La Chapelle, who also has a Michelin star, is also involved in the festival.  In a monumental former school, you'll find the beautiful Galvin La Chapelle, a glamorous restaurant with a buzzing atmosphere.  The Galvins know how to run a restaurant and it's a family affair here, with Jeff in the kitchen and brother David in charge of sourcing produce at the market.  Galvin La Chapelle offers a 7-course menu with complimentary Galvin: A Cookbook De Luxe for £97

Galvin La Chapelle, who also has a Michelin star, is also involved in the festival. In a monumental former school, you’ll find the beautiful Galvin La Chapelle, a glamorous restaurant with a buzzing atmosphere. The Galvins know how to run a restaurant and it’s a family affair here, with Jeff in the kitchen and brother David in charge of sourcing produce at the market. Galvin La Chapelle offers a 7-course menu with complimentary Galvin: A Cookbook De Luxe for £97

Customers hoping for a discounted dinner can save up to 50 percent by booking through TheFork’s website.

This is the first time the festival has taken place in the UK, but it was previously held in Australia where the company was founded before being bought by TripAdvisor in 2015.

Hundreds of restaurants are included in the offering, including the Hard Rock Cafe, The Real Greek and dozens of independent restaurants across the UK.

Birmingham’s Gorkha Lounge is included in the offer, as are Boteco do Brasil in Edinburgh and Esto Es España in Liverpoool.

Research by TheFork shows that a quarter of the bland Brits haven’t been to a new restaurant in over a year? 31 percent admitted they went to the same restaurant every time they went out.

Patrick Hooykaas, TheFork, Regional Managing Director, told FEMAIL: ‘With our 6 week festival kicking off today and offering diners a 50 per cent discount at restaurants across the UK, we hope price becomes less of a barrier for people to get out and about. to go. .

As part of TheFork Festival, Good Godfrey's is offering 50% off their food menu.  Good Godfrey's also offers a discount on Classic Afternoon Tea for 2 with a bottle of Pommery Champagne £79, Classic Afternoon Tea for 2 with 2 signature cocktails £59 and Sharing platter and 2 signature cocktails £29.

As part of TheFork Festival, Good Godfrey's is offering 50% off their food menu.  Good Godfrey's also offers a discount on Classic Afternoon Tea for 2 with a bottle of Pommery Champagne £79, Classic Afternoon Tea for 2 with 2 signature cocktails £59 and Sharing platter and 2 signature cocktails £29.

As part of TheFork Festival, Good Godfrey’s is offering 50% off their food menu. Good Godfrey’s also offers a discount on Classic Afternoon Tea for 2 with a bottle of Pommery Champagne £79, Classic Afternoon Tea for 2 with 2 signature cocktails £59 and Sharing platter and 2 signature cocktails £29.

As part of TheFork Festival, Le Comptoir Robuchon offers a 3-course meal and a complimentary glass of Laurent Perrier brut champagne.

As part of TheFork Festival, Le Comptoir Robuchon offers a 3-course meal and a complimentary glass of Laurent Perrier brut champagne.

As part of TheFork Festival, Flat Three is offering an exclusive menu for £65.

As part of TheFork Festival, Flat Three is offering an exclusive menu for £65.

Le Comptoir Robuchon (left) and Flat Three (right) both also offer deals as part of the food festival

“The festival is all about exploration and discovery, giving diners the chance to bring some variety to their seemingly bleak eating habits, and try some of the many cuisines and delicious dishes our range of restaurant partners has on the menu.”

The restaurants that have signed up include The Clove Club, which has one Michelin star.

What other gourmet restaurants have offers at the ForkFestival?

flat three

The open kitchen is the main feature of this spacious basement restaurant. The flavors of Korea and Japan come to the fore in the exuberant, original and creative dishes that give off a lot of flavour.

As part of TheFork Festival, Flat Three is offering an exclusive menu for £65.

Le Comptoir Robuchon

The 20-seat marble counter is a standout feature of this chic, classically stylish restaurant under a smart apartment block. Attractive, well-crafted dishes have a light, modern touch; be sure to try the homemade terrines and pâtés. An impressive French-style wine list adds to the luxury.

As part of TheFork Festival, Le Comptoir Robuchon offers a 3-course meal and a complimentary glass of Laurent Perrier brut champagne.

Good Godfrey’s at The Waldorf Hilton

As part of TheFork Festival, Good Godfrey’s is offering 50% off their food menu. Good Godfrey’s also offers a discount on Classic Afternoon Tea for 2 with a bottle of Pommery Champagne £79, Classic Afternoon Tea for 2 with 2 signature cocktails £59 and Sharing platter and 2 signature cocktails £29.

Isaac McHale’s first restaurant is located in Shoreditch’s ornate and rather glamorous former town hall.

Chefs perform in the neat blue-tiled kitchen – sit here rather than at the adjacent bar so you don’t miss the crowds.

Set menus – for which you have to pay in advance online – are the order of the day, and these are constantly being adapted as this is a kitchen fanatic who buys only premium British seasonal produce.

Dishes look understated but offer maximum flavour; there is originality, verve and flair but combinations are always expertly judged and complementary.

Fish dishes are a highlight; don’t miss Orkney’s deliciously succulent raw scallop, served with hazelnut, clementine and Périgord truffle.

As part of The ForkFestival, The Clove Club offers a four course lunch for £65 and an eight course meal for £145.

Galvin La Chapelle, who also has a Michelin star, is also involved in the festival.

In a monumental former school, you’ll find the beautiful Galvin La Chapelle, a glamorous restaurant with a buzzing atmosphere.

The Galvins know how to run a restaurant and it’s a family affair here, with Jeff in the kitchen and brother David in charge of sourcing produce at the market.

Cooking is classic French with a light, modern touch, and there are no unnecessary frills – just three courses of comforting familiar combinations with an emphasis on bold, harmonious flavours. Time-bound signatures include Dorset crab lasagna, Bresse pigeon tagine, and tarte Tatin.

Galvin La Chapelle offers a 7-course meal with complimentary Galvin: A Cookbook De Luxe for £97.

Or if Indian food appeals to you, try Benares, which also has one Michelin star.

A strong team of chefs, many of whom had worked here before, were reassembled in 2020 to revitalize the kitchen and they have achieved this as the cooking now exudes confidence, freshness and vitality.

Once you’ve rocked the red carpet on the pavement outside, you’ll be greeted at the foot of the stairs before being escorted past the flower-filled pool and bustling bar to the cleverly textured restaurant – you won’t even notice the lack of windows. The private dining rooms and large bar lounge make it popular with the business market, but you can also go here for an intimate evening.

As part of TheFork Festival, Benares offers a tasting menu with a complimentary glass of champagne and a box of petit Fours per table for £119.

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