DINERS who fancy a mid-week fry-up are in for a treat as Harvester has joined the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.
But what time does breakfast start and finish at Harvester? Here is everything you'll need to know...
What time does breakfast start and end?
Breakfast at Harvester begins upon opening and finishes at 11.30am.
To check out your nearest Harvester's opening time click here.
What is on the menu?
There's a variety of different items available on the breakfast menu including a selection of kids meals.
At every Harvester there is a free unlimited breakfast bar which boasts a wide range of cereals, yoghurts, compote, fruit and breads.
See the full list of cooked breakfasts in the box below.
HERE'S what's on the Harvester breakfast menu:
- Build your own breakfast - £9.99
Lorne Sausage, Pork Sausage, Vegan Sausage, Back Bacon, Black Pudding, Mushroom, Heinz® Baked Beans, Hash Browns, Chips, Tomato, Scrambled, Fried or Poached Free-Range Eggs , Guacamole, Potato Scone Add a 4oz* Rump Steak 2.49 Add Haggis 1.99
What time does lunch start?
Lunch starts as soon as breakfast ends at 11.30am.
You can grab anything from bird, surf and turf to Thai green curry and jerk chicken for lunch at Harvester.
Dishes range from £6.99 to £10.99 and similarly with the breakfast bar, there is a free unlimited salad bar for lunch time customers.
The lunch menu can be found here.
The government's new Eat Out to Help Out scheme saves the customer up to £10 per head for any meal and soft drink on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
The scheme was launched on August 3 and will continue through the month of August.
How will the Eat Out to Help Out scheme work?
THE government will cover half of the cost of a meal out, up to £10 a head, including children's meals.
The discount means that a meal out for one that costs £20 will be reduced to £10, but a £25 meal for one will be slashed to £15 because of the £10 cap per person.
There is no limit to the number of times you can use the discount, so in theory you can get half price meals on every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in August.
Businesses will need to register with the scheme on Gov.uk before being able to offer the discount, as well as be Food Standards Agency approved.
Instead of issuing discount vouchers - which the government felt increased the risk of fraud - restaurants, cafes and pubs will be able to claim back the cash.
The refund will then been transferred into restaurants, cafes and pubs' bank accounts within five working days.
Customers will only receive the discount if they eat out at a registered business.