The Best Cheap Restaurants in London
London is a multi-cultural city, so this is present in all the different aspects of their everyday life. Forget about the times when Sunday roast and Fish & Chips were all you could eat in The UK (don’t take me wrong, I love this food). Today London is a culinary melting pot, where Asiatic food is influenced by English cooking style producing the yummiest dishes you could ever imagine.
Open your mind and prepare for a culinary experience affordable for all budgets!
This is the perfect place to grab something quickly but still having a healthy meal. It is not the best sushi I have ever tried in my life but in relationship with the price it is amazing! Their take away boxes are really good to walk around while eating.
We love Vapiano not only for its amazing Italian fresh food but also for its philosophy according to an Italian proverb: “If you have an easy-going and relaxed approach to life, you’ll live more healthily and longer”. This is a place to eat good food while enjoying a glass of wine with your friends. Plus, they have a wide variation of dishes, from salads and antipasti to pizza and pasta. Italian food is always a safe bet!
If you are as passionate as me about Indian food you will go mad at Sagars’. The Chef’s come from Udupi, a small town located around 60 km away from Bangalore. Although they are specialized in authentic vegetarian south Indian food, they also cook other types of Indian food such as Radjani Thali and Bombay Chowpati.
This is the perfect place for those obsessed with burgers, who demand more than just a simple burger. The lamb burger with goat cheese is an amazing option. In fact, the prestigious French magazine ‘Le Figaro’ called it Le Roi hamburgers a Londres.
This is a must for burger lovers. The Honest Burger is a very inspiring story about two friends Tom and Phil who decided to go alone serving burgers at festivals and events. Soon people started to realize that their burgers were just amazing and their business grew up to now with 9 stores all around London. However, they have always stayed focus in what they are good at… cooking amazing burgers!
The name Wagamama means ‘naughty child’ which describes really well Wagamama’s style. They based their dishes in Japanese traditional cuisine, adding the right amount of ingredients and spices that creates a unique flavor. I really recommend the Yasai Yaki Soba noodles. Plus, they have special menus for gluten and lactose intolerant!
Another possibility of exploring amazingly tasty food is to visit the street markets where chefs from all around the world cook fresh food on the weekends.
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