Here is a run down of the ones who will be carrying on the Scheme through September and beyond.....
Bengal Diner, Colchester: the Indian restaurant wasn't able to enrol in the Eat Out scheme in time but has decided to offer its own discount in September. The restaurant will have 40 per cent off on Tuesday September 1, Wednesday 2 and Thursday 3.
Pavilion, Middleborough: Elysium Group confirmed it will be continuing with the same offer for the month of September
Mimosa, Highwoods: Elysium Group confirmed it will be continuing with the same offer for the month of September
Armstrong’s, Clacton: Clacton Pavilion will continue to subsidise meals throughout September
Raj Palace, Colchester: The restaurant in North Station Road will be continuing with Eat Out to Help Out.
Tesco: Tesco has said its cafes will continue to offer 50 per cent off in September. There are no limits on the value and people can eat in or takeaway
Toby Carvery: The chain, which has restaurants across Essex, will keep the discounts for two weeks after the end of the scheme on Tuesday
Harvester: Harvester will also extend its discounts into the first two weeks of September
Bill's: The chain confirmed it will extend its Eat Out to Help Out scheme throughout September. Bill's is also developing a special menu for the deal that offers one course for £10 and two courses for £14.50 when dining from the set menu
Pizza Hut: Restaurants which will be offering two for one on main meals Monday to Wednesday from September 7.
Slug and Lettuce: Following the success of the Government’s initiative, customers will continue to enjoy 50 per cent off their bill when they dine at any Slug and Lettuce, anywhere in the UK
Wetherspoons: JD Wetherspoon, which has restaurants across Essex, is launching its own reduced prices scheme. The move will see prices on a range of meals and drinks reduced from Monday to Wednesday until November 11.
You don’t need a voucher to use the scheme and you can use it at the same time as other offers and discounts.