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Eating out has become a hugely popular activity in the UK over the last decade, and as such, there are a wide variety of pubs and restaurants serving numerous different types of food available all over the country.

Whether you're looking for English pub food, or an Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Moroccan, Spanish, Italian, French, Greek or Thai restaurant, you'll be able to find it without too much trouble in the United Kingdom.

The only downside to eating out is the potential expense; that's where Eatsaver comes in. No matter what variety of pub or restaurant you're after, you'll be able to find pub and restaurant vouchers for a range of locations on the Eatsaver website.

Simply input the type of food and your location into the search form above, and you'll be able to find pub and restaurant vouchers for your area.

Traditionally pubs in England were drinking establishments and little emphasis was placed on the serving of food, other than "bar snacks", such as pork scratchings,[51] and pickled eggs, along with salted crisps and peanuts which helped to increase beer sales. If a pub served meals they were usually basic cold dishes such as a ploughman's lunch.[52] In South East England (especially London) it was common until recent times for vendors selling cockles, whelks, mussels and other shellfish, to sell to customers during the evening and at closing time. Many mobile shellfish stalls would set up near pubs, a practice that continues in London's East End.

In the 1950s some British pubs would offer "a pie and a pint", with hot individual steak and ale pies made easily on the premises by the landlord's wife. In the 1960s and 1970s this developed into the then-fashionable "chicken in a basket", a portion of roast chicken with chips, served on a napkin, in a wicker basket. Quality dropped but variety increased with the introduction of microwave ovens and freezer food. 'Pub grub' expanded to include British food items such as steak and ale pie, shepherd's pie, fish and chips, bangers and mash, Sunday roast, ploughman's lunch, and pasties. In addition, dishes such as burgers, lasagne and chilli con carne are often served.[53][54]

Since the 1990s food has become more important as part of a pub's trade, and today most pubs serve lunches and dinners at the table in addition to (or instead of) snacks consumed at the bar. They may have a separate dining room. Some pubs serve meals to a higher standard, to match good restaurant standards; these are sometimes termed gastropubs.

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