At a price that’s just as appetizing within London’s massive restaurant scene.
London is one of the most expensive cities in the world; it is also one of the best food cities in the world, too. So, wouldn’t that mean it’s expensive to eat out in London? You’d be surprised to hear that it actually isn’t! If you look around you can find some fabulous food at unbelievably cheap prices. If you’re looking for a real cheap eat then most restaurants offer discounts on takeaway orders, or you could have the order delivered right to your door. Find the closest restaurants that offer delivery here.
Here are the top six restaurants in London that offer delectable cuisines and a price that’s just as appetizing!
1. Bonnington Café
Bonnington Café is a delicious vegetarian and vegan café where no item is priced above £8 (USD$10) and starters and desserts are a mere £3 (USD$4). This converted Victorian house has a homely interior of bare brick, painted walls, wonky tables and mismatched cutlery. You might want to start with broccoli soup and follow it up with aubergine and chickpea tagine with couscous or leek and mushroom pie with roasties. For dessert, you must try the poppy seed strudel or apple crumble! Menus change every day, and if bring your own wine and they’ll hire you a wine glass for fifty pence, or about sixty cents!
Boqueria features a laid-back atmosphere, aluminum stools and spot lit bar, plus traditional flamenco music in the background. It offers reasonable sized plates of tapas at affordable prices, not to mention delicious entrees such as stuffed olives or anchovies priced from £1.60-£4.50 (USD$2-$5.50). And main dishes, including shrimp, squid and muscle paella, for two will only set you back a modest £13 (USD$16). Delectable desserts, such as triple chocolate tart, are between £4-£6 (USD$5-$7.50).
3. Brasserie Zedel
Housed in a 1930s art deco building, Brasserie Zedel offers high quality French cuisine, which you can enjoy in its truly wonderful atmosphere. There is an all-day fixed price menu offering two courses, such as grated carrot salad, minute steak and chips with pepper sauce, for only £9.95 (USD$12.50) or you can lash out and go for three courses for a mere £12.75 (USD$16)!
4. Fish In A Tie
Eccentric decoration and shabby chic charm add to the atmosphere of this Mediterranean style restaurant. At Fish In A Tie you can get two courses, such as choo pastry stuffed with crab followed by gypsy lamb with vegetables in a spicy tomato sauce, all for a remarkably reasonable £12 (USD$15).
Gokyuzu offers excellent and affordable Turkish cuisine in a friendly bustling atmosphere. Expect to queue if you don’t book ahead. It’s a place known for its generous portions of food accompanied by flatbreads, salads and dips. Meze plates start from £4.50 (USD$5.50), Turkish pizza £8.50 (USD$10.50) and charcoal grill £8 (USD$10). With such a large range of fish dishes available, you just made need a doggy bag!
6. Heron Pub & Restaurant
Located in the shabby cramped basement of the Heron pub, Heron Pub & Restaurant serves excellent quality authentic Thai food for under £10 (USD$12.50), accompanied by a background of Thai pop music! Spicy salads, sour curries, and stir-fries are just some of the specialties on the menu. After 9 p.m. the restaurant doubles up as Karaoke lounge so you can sing while you eat!
This article was written by Richard Sheppard.