Indian restaurant concept Dishoom has signed up to the Eat Out to Help Out scheme, and will be removing the discount limit.

From today (3 August), the business will offer 50% off all food and soft drinks Monday to Wednesday throughout August, going beyond the £10 per person cap set by the Chancellor.

Because of the offer, consumers will be able to order a breakfast and unlimited chai for just over £5, or a lunch of house black daal, roomali roti and lamb chops for less than £10.

No registration or voucher will be needed, and the discount will be automatically applied to all bills.

With the exception of its flagship site in Covent Garden, the brand has reopened its remaining sites for dine in across London, as well as its restaurants in Manchester and Edinburgh.

Its all-new Birmingham site – which was originally due to open on 1 April – also launched this month.