Where kids can eat for free or £1 during Easter holidays

This Easter holiday you can feed your children for less or for free when eating out - we have a full list of restaurants

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If you’re eating out with kids over the Easter break, these are the restaurants and cafes offering ‘kids eat free’ deals or meals for just £1. 

The April price hikes have come in time for Easter, meaning families have rising broadband bills and energy price hikes to deal with, as well as the cost of entertaining the kids over the Easter break

The good news is, if you’re thinking about eating out, many restaurants offer ‘kids eat free’ or meals for as little as £1. 

We’ve found 14 restaurant and cafe chains that are offering to feed kids for less this Easter. 

Here’s the full list of venues and everything you need to know about the offers.

Where can kids eat for free this Easter holiday?

Yo! Sushi

Kids eat free during the Easter school holidays at the Japanese restaurant chain Yo! Sushi. Children get a free meal all day on weekdays when dining with a paying adult who spends a minimum of £10. The offer is valid on Yo! Sushi’s ‘kiddo menu’.

This offer is not available at the following locations: Bath, Heathrow T2, Heathrow T3, Manchester Piccadilly or London Luton Airport.

When does the offer end? 14 April.

Find your nearest Yo! Sushi with its restaurant locator

Hungry Horse

Children can get a free breakfast when an adult breakfast is bought at Hungry Horse. The deal is available on any day from 8am to midday. The really good news is two children can eat for free for each adult breakfast purchased.

When does the offer end? 16 April.

Find your nearest Hungry House with its restaurant locator


Up to two children eat free at Bill’s all-day from the children’s menu. You only qualify for the offer per child when the adult orders a main dish from either the breakfast, lunch or dinner menu. 

When does the offer end? 14 April. This offer cannot be used on 8 April or 9 April. 

Find your nearest Bill’s with its restaurant locator


Children can get a main, snack, drink and piece of fruit for free when an adult spends £5 at an M&S cafe. Children must order off the kids’ menu. 

When does the offer end? 14 April. 

Find your nearest M&S Cafe with its restaurant locator


Children under the age of 16 can eat breakfast for free at any Beefeater during the Easter school holidays. Buying an adult breakfast will allow you to get two free kids’ breakfasts.

Find your nearest restaurant via its online locator

TGI Fridays

New and existing Rewards members can get a free kids’ meal at TGI Fridays when you order a full-paying adult meal, as part of their holiday treats over the Easter break. The kid's menu includes bacon cheeseburger, hot dog and a fizzy fruit cooler. 

You can become a Rewards member for free on the TGI Fridays app (available on Apple and Google Play). As well as bagging a free kids meal over Easter, you can earn ‘Fridays Stripes’ to unlock free food and get birthday freebies. 

When does the offer end? 16 April. 

Find your nearest TGI Fridays with its restaurant locator

The Real Greek

Children under 12 can eat for free on Sundays at the Real Greek when you spend at least £10 on an adult meal. A kid’s meal includes a main, drink and dessert of ice cream or sorbet. 

The Real Greek has 21 restaurants in England. 

When does the offer end? 16 April. 

Pizza Hut

If you’re an O2 customer, you can take advantage of a free ‘Monster meal’ at Pizza Hut on the O2 Priority app. The meal includes a main, side and drink which is worth £7.99, plus free unlimited salad and dessert included. The great thing is, no adult purchase is required. This offer is only available for kids aged 12 and under and you must use the code on your O2 Priority app. 

When does the offer end? 16 April. 

Find your nearest Pizza Hut with its restaurant locator


Again, this offer is only available for O2 customers on the O2 Priority app, where kids eat free at Prezzo. The offer includes a free three-course meal for one child and no adult purchase is required. This is available for kids aged 10 years and under. 

When does the offer end? 16 April 

Find your nearest Prezzo with its restaurant locator


Children under the age of 16 can eat for free at any Morrisons café when you buy an adult meal worth at least £4.49. Children get a piece of fruit and a Tropicana kids drink or bottle of water with their meal from the cafe’s kid’s menu. The meal deal can’t be used with any other offer. This is an ongoing offer, rather than a special Easter deal.

Find your nearest café with Morrisons’ online store locator


Where can kids eat for £1 this Easter holiday?

Bella Italia

Children aged 2 to 11 can eat for £1 at Bella Italia every Monday to Thursday between 4pm and 6pm when you buy an adult main dish. The kid’s meal includes three courses and a drink and you must be seated before 6pm for the offer to be valid. 

This offer is not available at the following locations: Center Parc sites, Edinburgh sites, London Cranbourn St, Irving St, Queensway 110, Queensway 55, St Martins Lane, Strand, South Kensington, Shaftesbury Avenue and Wellington Street. 

Find your nearest Bella Italia with its restaurant locator


Children under 16 can eat for £1 from the Asda cafe’s menu. The deal has recently been updated to include a free piece of fruit alongside the £1 meal. The meal includes hot food options like meatballs and vegan pasta, and a pick and mix selection such as a sandwich with jelly or crisps.

Find your nearest Asda cafe with its cafe locator


Kids can enjoy meals from just 95p at IKEA, such as pasta with tomato sauce and a soft drink, or other kid's meals for just £1.50. This is not a special Easter promotion - you can take advantage of this offer every day from 11am at IKEA restaurants - but we thought we’d include it as it’s such great value.

Find your nearest IKEA with its restaurant locator

Vaishali Varu
Staff Writer

Vaishali graduated in journalism from Leeds University. She has gained experience writing local stories around Leeds and Leicester, which includes writing for a university publication and Leicester Mercury. 

She has also done some marketing and copywriting for businesses.

When she is not writing about personal finance, Vaishali likes to travel and she's a foodie.