How do I apply my Harvester promotion code?
Harvester offers a number of codes and deals on the MyVoucherCodes site, allowing you to dine out and save pennies at the same time. Follow these instructions to redeem your offer.
- Choose your desired Harvester voucher code and click on 'Get This Offer' or 'Get Code'.
- A pop up window will then appear, giving you the option to copy a code.
- If you see 'No Code Required', simply click on the 'Go to the Harvester site' button to see the relevant deal for you.
- Visit the Harvester restaurant of your choice. You can apply your Harvester promotion code by telling your server which promo code you will be using before you eat.
- They will check your code is valid and apply it to your bill.
- All you need to do is sit back and enjoy your meal.
How can I save more with Harvester discount codes?
Take the expense out of eating out with Harvester voucher codes. Here are a few other ways to save.
- Sign up to the Harvester newsletter and receive 25% off main courses on your next visit.
- Download the Harvester app and get a free meal when you collect four stamps (one stamp for each time you visit).
- Rare night out? Enjoy a specially created set menu with three courses for only £14.99 or two courses for £12.99.
- Perfect for eating out with the kids, save 33% off mains with an Early Bird offer, when you dine between 2pm - 5pm, Monday - Friday.
- On Tuesdays, deciding where to eat is a no-brainer. For only £10 per person, you can tuck into a succulent burger and a drink.
- Visit the MyVoucherCodes website for all the latest deals and Harvester discount codes.
What seasonal deals does Harvester offer?
There's no Christmas like a Harvester Christmas. Make this special time of year really sparkle with great festive menus. Kids can even eat a cooked breakfast with Father Christmas himself on certain December dates leading up to Christmas Eve, for just £5.99 per child.
Keep an eye out here for Harvester Black Friday deals, which can be bought on Friday 29th November.
5 Alcohol-Infused Desserts To Try Before You Die
When you have a sweet-tooth, and partial to a tipple or two, you won’t find a better combo to satisfy your taste buds than an alcohol-infused dessert.
We don’t wish to encourage people to drink, especially under-18’s. The law requires restaurants to ask for ID before serving desserts with alcohol in them these days. But a lace of liquor in a cake or pudding is to die for. Here’s our favourite five lip-smackers.
Baileys Mississippi Mud PieYes, we know right, Mississippi Mud Pie is a scrumptious helping by itself – but throw in a generous measure of Baileys and you are in dessert heaven. Layered with lashings of Belgian chocolate-coffee mousse on an Oreo biscuit base, Mississippi Mud Pie is a firm favourite with dessert fans. The smooth mousse melts in the mouth and topped with a rich, gooey-chocolate sauce, your mouth bursts with a cacophony of sweet flavours.
Boozy Brownies with RumBrownies are a firm favourite for all the family, but if you want to keep a special treat for adults, why not make a batch of rum-scented brownies. If you’re baking at home and like your brownies soft and chewy, throw in an extra egg (3-in-all), ½ cup of butter and a generous helping of toffee. Add a ¼ cup of dark rum, give the mix a good stir, mould the mix into boxes, sprinkle with walnuts and bang them in the oven for 40 minutes. When the brownies are ready, hide the rum one’s on the top shelf where the kids can’t get at them.
Nutella and Amaretto Ice-cream SandwichesHmmm, your mouth’s watering already right! Can you think of a better combination then Nutella, creamy vanilla ice-cream and amaretto packed in between a hazelnut pastry sandwich? It’s a tough one. The recipe for ice-cream sandwiches is quite labour intensive, but is well worth the effort. Especially with a good splash of amaretto. Go on, treat yourself. Here’s an (amaretto-free) recipe by Michelin-star chef Alain Ducasse.
Limoncello Sponge cakeIf you’ve never tried limoncello, try it. A favourite with Italians, this sweet-lemon liqueur is often swallowed after a meal to help digest food. But most Italian’s can’t wait until they have finished eating before sampling a taste of delicious limoncello so throw it into their sponge puddings. And why not, it’s a perfect accompaniment for desserts and adds moisture to your sponge cake.
Bourbon-Laced Chocolate BallsChocolate balls are a tasty after-dinner treat for stylish cocktail parties. So why not treat your guests to the ultimate party dessert and throw in a helping of Bourbon. Jack Daniels and Jim Beam work well as they have distinctive tastes and are not overly expensive. Don’t go too heavy-handed with the liquor though otherwise the bourbon masks the flavour of the chocolate. Some people don’t like that!
Alcohol-flavoured desserts are not so easy to find on restaurants menus. But the good news is, Harvester do the Baileys Mississippi Mud Pie, so why not treat yourself to a taste of heaven and take advantage of our discount voucher deals in the process.