Many schools across the UK will have closed their gates as students and teachers break up for the February half term.

Although the half term gives a much-needed break from all the hard work children do at school, it can be a costly time for parents.

But, it doesn’t have to be too costly as many restaurants are offering kids to eat for free.

So you can save some money and still treat the kids, we’ve got the full list of all the restaurants and cafes offering free meals or meals for just £1 this February half term.

Everywhere kids eat free this February half term


Kids get a free breakfast or a £1 meal every day of the week, no minimum spend needed.

Beefeater and Brewers Fayre

Up to two children under 16 can eat a free breakfast when an adult buys a cooked breakfast for £9.50.

Bella Italia

Kids eat for £1 with the purchase of an adult main course, available between 4pm to 6pm Monday to Thursday.


Kids eat free at Bill's all day from February 13 to 24 when an adult orders any main dish.

Cafe Rouge

Kids can choose two or three courses from the children’s menu for just £1 with every adult who purchases a main course.


Kids eat for £1 from February 10 to 26 with a paying adult.


Kids eat free when an adult purchases a meal, from 12pm.

Whitchurch Herald:

Dunelm Pausa Café

Kids can eat for free when an adult spends £4, from Monday to Friday.


Use the code GRKE1MS for kids to eat for £1 when an adult orders a main meal.


Kids eat from 95p every day from 11am, starting February 11.

M&S Café

Kids eat free when an adult spends £5 in the café.

Morrisons Café

Get a free kids meal when an adult buys a main meal for £4.49.

Premier Inn

Kids eat free when an adult orders an all-you-can-eat breakfast from £9.99.

Sizzling Pubs

Kids eat for £1 when an adult buys a main meal, valid Monday to Friday from 3pm-7pm.

Whitchurch Herald:

Table Table

Up to two children aged under 16 eat a free breakfast when an adult buys an unlimited cooked breakfast for £9.50.

Tesco Cafes

Kids eat free when an adult makes a purchase in the café and scans their Clubcard, weekdays only.

The Real Greek

Kids under 12 eat free on Sundays when an adult spends £10.

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