TESCO Café’s in Wales have launched a new, great value offer across its food and drink menu.

Inspired by the Government-led ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme, Tesco Café’s in Wales are offering 50 per cent off its full menu with no limits on the discount, for dine in and takeaway, Monday to Wednesday throughout August.

The Café will not be taking any reimbursement from the Government Scheme, instead they will be funding the full promotion themselves.


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Dishes on offer include a full English breakfast which includes a British pork sausage, bacon rasher, free range fried egg, two hash browns, roasted tomato, baked beans and toast, for £2.07 and fish and chips, served with garden or mushy peas and tartar sauce at £2.85.

Tesco Café’s in Wales offer all dishes cooked to order.

The breakfast menu is available all day, and from 11.30am onwards, the café serves an array of family favourites.

There is also a cooked children’s meal deal available for just £1.42 including a main, side and drink.

Options include sausages with carrot and swede mash and Omega-3 fish fingers with chips, with sides including peas, garlic bread and crunchy veg sticks.

There are fresh cakes and drinks, including a slice of Victoria Sponge and a Latte for £2.37.

Tesco’s café offers a full range of premium barista coffee, using UK roasted beans and including Lattes, Espressos and Mochas, with prices starting from 75p.

All coffees on offer are Rainforest Alliance Certified and can be tailored to individual tastes using soya or almond at no extra charge, or by adding a flavoured syrup.

The cafes also do a vegan breakfast: two vegan sausages, avocado, baked beans, flat mushroom, wilted spinach, roasted tomato and multi-seed toast with vegan spread for £2.60.

Managing director at Tesco Café¸ Adam Martin said: “We know that the past few months have been tough for lots of people in our local communities.

“We believe everyone deserves freshly cooked, top quality, great value meals, and a break from cooking at home.

“We look forward to welcoming old friends and new faces back to the Café’s in Wales – we can’t wait to serve you again.”

Tesco Café’s in Wales has implemented additional safety measures so customers can be confident that they are enjoying their food in a clean and safe environment.