The Argus: Still Dine

Welcome to Dine for £10!

Our popular January dining deal is back! The Argus’ Dine for £10 enables you to enjoy a taste of Sussex on a shoestring. With over twenty eateries from across Brighton and Sussex taking part, there’s a wide range of cuisines on offer to tantalise every taste bud.

Each restaurant will be offering a £10 deal – whether it be a two course meal, a main with a glass of wine, or a special ‘Dine for £10’ menu, created especially for readers of The Argus. Click hereto see the mouth-watering offerings listed in full

Tokens will be printed every day in The Argus - collect as many tokens as you wish to Dine for £10 as many times as you like until March 1, 2014. There’s also a bonus token online to get you started. Click hereto download your bonus token.

How to claim...

Collect tokens that will be printed every day in The Argus until February 7, and then every Friday after that until Friday, February 28. Each diner at your table will require a token.

You may also use one Bonus Token per table. Bonus tokens can be found online, in your dining directory and on flyers distributed to newsagents and restaurants

Choose which restaurant you want to visit, and make a booking. Remember to quote ‘The Argus Dine for £10’ when making your reservations.

Complete your details on one token. Every diner requires a token, but only one token per table must be completed.

Present your tokens to your server when ordering.


All tokens printed in The Argus are valid at all participating restaurants. They are not specific to the restaurant featured alongside the token that day.

Some of the restaurants will have their own restrictions on the offers, which are detailed within this directory. If there are none listed, then only the general terms and conditionsapply.

The Argus: Dine for 10


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