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London: The London Dining Pass offers big savings to City Diners

The Leisure Pass Group, operator of the popular London Pass sightseeing card, has teamed up with the Gourmet Society to launch a greatly expanded London Pass Dining Guide offering visitors significant savings on meals at 169 restaurants across the city.
DG Cover.jpgSpecially created to help visitors to London to save money on eating out in the city, the new dining guide features restaurants located in and around popular tourist spots, with a great value special offer available at each.  Discounts of 50 or 25 per cent are offered at many establishments, while others offer ‘two for one’ deals or added value extras.
With a special introductory price of £10 and available to buy at, as well as the London Pass desk in Charing Cross Road and other selected outlets, the guide is valid for seven days and for up to six people.  The special offers at participating restaurants are redeemed by showing a branded dining card which is included with the book.
“Research shows that London is one of the world’s 10 most expensive cities to visit, so anything that can make a trip more affordable is clearly welcome,” said Amanda Truman, Director-Product Marketing for the Leisure Pass Group. “We help visitors to save money on their sightseeing with the London Pass itself, and with the new London Pass Dining Guide there is a great opportunity for them to stretch their budget even further with some really great value deals at leading restaurants.”
The London Pass Dining Guide also helps visitors to plan their day in London with suggested pairings of London Pass attractions and nearby participating restaurants  -  for example, visitors to the Royal Albert Hall are offered a 50 per cent reduction on their food bill at avant-garde Privée of Knightsbridge, while tourists can enjoy classic English dining at Tuttons in the Covent Garden piazza before experiencing the London Transport Museum.
The London Pass Dining Guide is published in English with translations in eight languages  -  French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Chinese and Brazilian Portuguese.  It can be purchased with or without the London Pass.
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