Grab the best bar none and say cheers to pub grub with our top tips for tasty treats

A PUB lunch is one of our favourite treats.

Even the royals cannot resist, with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three young kids spotted enjoying one in Norfolk last weekend.

If you want to treat your brood, these tasty autumn offers will save you loads.

KIDS’ FREEBIE: Delicious fare can be found at Sizzling pubs, and if you take the family out for a weekday meal they are now even cheaper.

For every adult meal, you will get a kids’ main meal for just £1.

Choices range from fish fingers, pasta and chicken wraps, to pizza and Quorn nuggets, so there is something to delight even the fussiest of little eaters.

SAVE: £3.99 on over-fives’ meal or £2.99 on under-fives’

BREW BEAUTY: Pop down to a Brewers Fayre pub and you always get a good deal.

To save while dining out as a family, take advantage of its great meal deal offers.

Get two mains for £8.99 — usually around £8.99 each — and little ones can tuck into a three-course kids’ menu meal for £4.99.

SAVE: Up to £8.99 on a main meal

CARVE OUT A SAVING: Eat at a Crown Carvery on a Sunday and every time an adult orders a roast or pub classic meal, a child can get a smaller carvery for £1.

No need for a voucher. Just turn up.

SAVE: Up to £5 on a kids’ meal

EAT LIKE A PRINCE OR PRINCESS: At Farmhouse Inns, the kids’ menu starts at £3.29, and you get a free scoop of ice cream or sorbet.

Eating with a very young family? You can fill a baby bowl with veg for £2.29.

SAVE: Up to £1.79 if adding ice cream as extra

A BIT EXTRA: Did you know you can get 2-for-1 deals across starters, mains and desserts at selected pubs if you sign up for a Tastecard?

You can trial one for free for 60 days, to see if it saves you money — but if you eat out as a family, it will, as its restaurants list is huge.

Includes Brewers Fayre and Beefeater pubs.

SAVE: Approx. £8 on a main meal

  • Prices on this page correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.

Deal of the day

NEW-season designer underwear like this three-pack of Levi’s boxers should be £24.99 but it’s now just £12.99 at TK Maxx.

SAVE: £12

Cheap treat

A POT of Quaker Oat So Simple golden syrup porridge was 90p, but is now 50p with a Tesco Clubcard.

SAVE: 40p


FRANKIE & Benny’s will pay three students’ tuition fees for the coming year, give them a job at the end of their studies plus free Frankie’s food for a year – just for sharing a pic of themselves enjoying a meal or takeaway on Instagram.

Post it with #StudentsWinWith Frankies and @Frankienbennys mentioning your university of study and why you think you should win.

Top swap

YOU could get cosy in this heart print dressing gown from for £29.75, or reverse the colour and save some dosh with this one from TU at Sainsbury’s for £20.

SAVE: £9.75

Giselle’s little helper

ALDI has again been named the UK’s lowest-priced supermarket by trade magazine The Grocer.

Its price comparison survey showed the “Big Four” supermarkets are 23 per cent more expensive than Aldi on a basket of 33 everyday grocery items.

Shop & save

BEAUTIFY at home with a trio of body care products worth £51 individually but priced at just £30 for the set from

SAVE: £21

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