The Fork Festival: You can cut your restaurant bill by 50% for the next SIX weeks

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You can cut your restaurant bill by 50% for the next SIX weeks – here’s how

  • TheFork Festival offers a range of discounts of up to 50% at Australian restaurants
  • Guests can participate in the discount by booking through the app or website
  • The discount will help fill seats inside restaurants during off-peak hours

Restaurant booking app TheFork has relaunched its famous six-week festival that offers diners up to 50% off their total food bill at some of the country’s top restaurants.

From April 21 to June 2, customers are encouraged to “discover new places” in their state with a range of “too good to be true” discounts – although that doesn’t include booze.

Customers can simply participate in TheFork Food Festival by booking a table through the app or website; the discount for each restaurant appears next to the name.

It does not include alcoholic beverages

From April 21 to June 2, customers are encouraged to ‘discover new places’ in their state with a range of ‘too good to be true’ discounts – although that doesn’t include booze

The festival discount is available all day at all participating restaurants.

Breakfast – dinner discounts will help fill seats inside restaurants during off-peak hours, weekdays or nights.

Gary Burrows, Country Manager of TheFork Australia, said: “Our data shows that 97% of customers who book during TheFork Festival are dining at a restaurant for the first time.

The festival discount is available all day at all participating restaurants, whether guests choose to dine for breakfast, lunch or dinner

The festival discount is available all day at all participating restaurants, whether guests choose to dine for breakfast, lunch or dinner

Some of the most anticipated restaurants Sydneysiders are already booking are those of the Brent Savage and Nick Hildebrandt restaurant group.

“So we introduce hundreds of diners to new restaurants every year,” said Gary Burrows, Country Manager of TheFork Australia.

Some of the most anticipated restaurants Sydneysiders are already booking are Brent Savage and Nick Hildebrandt’s group of restaurants.

The unique Korean restaurant, Diana, in Potts Point is another restaurant participating in the annual event which is known for its delicious noodle dishes and spicy seafood.

Some of the popular restaurants participating in the festival include Bentley, Cirrus, Monopole and Yellow.

The unique Korean restaurant Diana, in Potts Point, is another restaurant participating in the event which is known for its delicious noodle dishes and spicy seafood.

Customers can reserve their table for TheFork Festival here.

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