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Westfield London to launch ‘kids eat free’ offer over half term

The Westfield London shopping centre will be launching a “kids eat free” meal offer at over 20 of its casual dining restaurants across the October half-term… View Article

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Westfield London to launch ‘kids eat free’ offer over half term

The Westfield London shopping centre will be launching a “kids eat free” meal offer at over 20 of its casual dining restaurants across the October half-term period.

Running from 21 to 31 October, the offer aims to support families who want to keep the cost of going out down whilst still being able to enjoy dining out during the school holidays.

Participating restaurants will include the likes of Seoul Bird, Bill’s, The Real Greek, Spaghetti House, Franco Manca, All Star Lanes, Byron Burgers, Crepe affaire and Cabana. Each has committed to offering free healthy meal options to children under the age of 12 when accompanied by one paying adult.

Katie Wyle, general manager at Westfield London, said: “We recognise that it can be hard for parents and caregivers to keep children entertained during the school holidays without spending a fortune. We’re therefore delighted that so many of our most popular family-friendly restaurants and eateries have committed to offering some light relief to families visiting our centre this October half-term by helping them to cut costs and not choices.”

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