Restaurants will dish up the discounts for Dine Week

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Big discounts will be offered by the 15 participating restaurants during the event, which runs from Monday 11 October until Sunday 17 October.

The hope is that the offer will be seen as a reward for regular diners and will encourage customers to try different venues.

Tony Cerutti, owner of the well-known Ceruttis restaurant in Nelson Street, said the success of last year’s Hull Dine Week encouraged him to take part again.

"Last year’s event went very well. A lot of customers were regulars who wanted to make the most of the discount but we did get some new customers as well," said Tony.

"How well you do depends upon how much you put into it, but it’s a good idea and we support it."

Throughout the week the restaurants will be offering a single-course lunch for just £5 and a two-course dinner for £10.

Hull BID will support the restaurants with a campaign which includes promotional material and leaflet distribution.

"We introduced Hull Dine Week last year and the feedback was very positive," said Kathryn Shillito, Hull BID City Centre Manager.

"Many of the restaurants that took part boosted their revenue, particularly on nights that are usually quiet for businesses.

This year we’ve again had a terrific response from the restaurants and the result is that diners will be spoilt for choice."

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