When it comes to bang for your buck, there's nought better than Rosa's. The Fulham Road restaurant offers ma-hoo-ssive portions of curry, fried rice and pad thai, many for less than a tenner, alongside pocket-friendly serving platters to nibble on while you wait.
Cheap Eats In Chelsea
Chelsea? Yeah, it's totally known for its affordability. Obviously that's a massive lie, but there are ways of keeping the damage down when dining out in the Royal Borough. From friendly chain restaurants waiting to feed you up on tasty pasta plates, to local spots offering budget-friendly bites and decently-priced drinks, these are our top picks for cheap eats in Chelsea.
Who said it was hard to find cheap eats in Chelsea? This local boozer is an absolute must for purse-friendly plates that are simply too good to pass up on. Head on over to Lots Road for hearty and wholesome British dishes washed down with a wide choice of drinks.
Make a bee-line for this speciality burger joint where everyday is brunch o'clock. Running until 5pm every weekday, you can tuck into their brunch fixe menu, that promises a main and combo deal, including eggs, fries and those iconic patties, plus a drink for just £12.50. Now that is juicy.
Escape to the tropics every Tuesday and Wednesday where the tiki bar is serving up holiday prices with £5 pizzas (Tuesday) and burgers and beers for a tenner (Wednesday). Get there before 9pm and you can pair this with their happy hour offers, because nothing washes cheap eats down quite like a £12 bottle of wine.
One of the more affordable restaurants in Chelsea, The Chelsea Lodge is doing you and the gang a solid if you're looking for somewhere to have a dine, a drink and a dance. Don't let the mains prices deter you, their pizzas and pastas are the real deal here, with a huge range of toppings and tastes weighing in at under £12.
Head over to Megan's where their week night dinner offerings will have you fed and watered for a fraction of the price. On Mondays and Tuesdays you can grab a whopping three course meal for just £18, while Wednesdays are kebab night with the restaurant serving up big meaty plates and a glass of the good stuff for £16.