Londons Cheap Eats

One major way to save costs is to select lodging that comes with a meal and/or inexpensive eating options. Picnic meals are also a good way to save money and enjoy a local park or plaza at the same time.
However, part of the fun of traveling is discovering local restaurants. London is home to delights from all over the world. Here are a few of our choices for favorite cheap eats around central London.

Café in the Crypt, St Martin-In-The-Fields Church, Trafalgar Square.

So good we returned several times. The Café is in the lower level of the church and has tons of ambiance with brick walls, curved archways and classical music in the background.
Meals are served cafeteria style with several selections, including vegetarian. Afternoon tea is offered every day, so check upstairs in the chapel and you might get to hear the world famous musicians practicing for that nights program. Listening to the practice is free and afternoon tea is very reasonably priced. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are also offered, with dinners by candlelight offered on select evenings.

Club Mangia (Punch Tavern) 99 Fleet St.

The next time you’re in the City, check out Club Mangia at the Punch Tavern for an array of impressive international dishes. At lunchtime, you can avail of the £7.50 all you can eat deal and load up on the impressive meals that change daily – often including an awesome moussaka – not to mention the side salads. For less than £5 you can also get a take away to enjoy elsewhere.

Wagamama (Leicester Square, Knightsbridge, Earls Court, Fleet St., etc.)

This Japanese noodle bar chain is a hit with all ages. Good food, served fast, with most dishes coming in under £10 make for an enjoyable meal at any time of the day. Also check out the three meal deals on the side of the menu. Most include a main dish, accompanying gyoza (dumplings) and a drink for under £15. Quick tip: become a “member” online and rake in even more deals.

Food for Thought (31 Neal St., Covent Garden)

If you’re the type who likes to eat quick and wander, then Food for Thought is for you. This vegetarian restaurant may seem a bit hippy to first timers, but with an average meal price of £4.50 you’ll soon learn to love it!

Italiano Coffee Company (46 Goodge St.)

The Italiano Coffee Company is loved the world over by backpackers and exchange students who can’t get enough of their £3 pizzas. Perfect for when you want a hot, tasty meal and aren’t bothered with interior design.
--Beth Morrissey

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