Kids can eat for free at some UK restaurants this half-term – from Tesco to Asda

The cost of living is rising, and many people may want to take their little ones out for a bite to eat.

It can be expensive to wine and dine but, luckily, some places are offering free food for kids over the half-term break, and it could help a lot of families out.

Some popular food spots are on hand to make sure you can take your kids out for grub without worrying about breaking the bank.

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According to The Sun, many places are keen to help families eat out on a budget during the school holidays.

Here are some that are offering great deals.

Asda

Kids can bag a meal for just £1 at all Asda Cafes across England and Wales.

The deal was first brought in during the summer, but will run until January.

Asda hasn't introduced a minimum adult spend, so you'll be entitled to the offer no matter how much or how little you splurge.

As long as your local store is stocked up, you should be able to pick up a hot or cold meal.

Morrisons

If you have a child under the age of 16 they can eat for free at Morrisons cafés, as long as you spend £4.99 on an adult's meal too.

The kids portion will come complete with some fruit and a drink.

To bag the deal, you must order from the cafe's kids menu, and it can't be used with any other type of offer.

If you want to find out where your nearest café is then head to the website to find out.

Tesco

Tesco is also bringing back its Kids Eat Free offer over October half-term.

This means little ones will be able to bag a free meal between October 17 and 28 in England and Scotland.

The offer will also be available between October 31 and November 4 in Wales.

But parents will need to spend 60p to be entitled to bag a free kids meal worth up to £3.25.

You also need to be a Clubcard holder to get your hands on the deal.

Toby Carvery

Kids are able to eat for as little as £1 at Toby Carvery restaurants when you order an adults meal too.

It's a decent saving, as a children's carvery usually comes in at £4.99.

The Kids Eat For £1 offer will be up for grabs from October 24 to 28.

To make sure you can bag the deal, you need to download the app or sign up to the newsletter to gain access to the voucher.

Stonehouse Pizza and Carvery

Stonehouse Pizza and Carvery restaurants are also doing their bit to help families.

Children can eat for as little as £1 from October 24 to 28, permitting an adult meal is also being snapped up.

There's a lot of choice on the children's menu, and they can choose from meals such as a kids carvery to fish fingers and 6” pizzas.

To view more details all you need to do is download the Stonehouse app or sign up to the newsletter.

Pizza Hut Delivery

You can get 50% off all pizzas when you spend £25 at Pizza Hut Delivery, and this deal will be available over the school holidays.

The deal is available both online and in store, as long as you spend the asking price, but you can only get the discount on pizzas.

It's available across the UK, and the offer will run until mid-November.

Frankie & Benny's

The popular restaurant is giving adults the chance to eat for free – but you have to bring a child under the age of 11 to get your hands on the deal.

It's hoped the offer will help parents to have a treat, while not spending a lot over the holidays.

Customers can bag a variety of free dishes including margarita pizzas, Bolognese pasta, arrabbiata pasta, cheeseburgers and the classic dog (excluding Northern Ireland).

To make sure you get your hands on the deal, sign up via the website, and the eatery will ping you a QR code to show when you visit your local branch.

The deal is available in Scotland from October 17 to 21, and in England from October 24 to 28.

It's also up for grabs in Northern Ireland and Wales from October 31 to November 4.

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