A chic spot for Spanish dining in Covent Garden, Opera Tavern aren't shy when it comes to a great dining deal. Join them for lunch where they're offering 3 of their London renowned tapas plates for just £20, including regular set dinner meals so you know exactly what you're spending.
Affordable Restaurants In London
Most commonly dubbed as an expensive city, it takes an insider to show you the cheapest places to eat. But let's be clear about one thing - cheap doesn't mean crap. Some of the best restaurants are budget-friendly AF, with street food vibes, international cuisine and much more. Check out our top picks of affordable restaurants in London right here.
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Set in a Georgian townhouse with a huge beer garden and large bar, Effra Social is a brilliant south London spot. Head over to Brixton to munch on affordable small plates (such as vegan hot dogs for just £11), slurp amazing craft beer and hear a hot roster of live music.
A bit of a Shoreditch locale for a cool atmosphere and affordable evenings out, Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes is as quirky as they come. Head over and discover an informal set-up perfect for an after-work chill complete with cocktails and pizza from as little as £6.
A dark and dreamy beacon of South American fun times, Salsa knows how to pit party bar up with some pretty tasty dining. An explosion of colour, sassy culture and vibrant style, the cheap restaurant's menu of tapas plates averages out at a fiver a pop, so you can stack up for less.
Bringing you all the NYC vibes they can muster, Dirty Bones is an affordable Shoreditch restaurant with burgers and cocktails in mind. Head on over for bottomless drinks on the weekend, and a weekly lunch offer for £12 which includes a main and a side of your choice.
Cheap and cheerful Pasta Remoli is a great affordable restaurant serving up hungry north and west Londoner. Head to either venue to find a delicious menu of homemade pasta that can be customised however you like, right down to the cheese on top.
Giving you Wes Anderson meets Miami vibes, Bocca Bocca is a Leyton restaurant with premium Italian dishes and flavour in mind. Heading down? Make the most of their lunch offer for just £20 per person, including an Aperol Spritz, soft drink, pizza and salad.
Not only can you tuck into reasonably priced pizza at Pizza Pilgrims in locations such as Victoria, Canary Wharf and more, but you can do it in quirky Italian-style surroundings with a few delicious cocktails thrown in. Expect pizzas from as little as £6, with desserts starting from only £4.
With light bites and lunches for less than a tenner, this cool and friendly Mexican spot in Hackney prides itself on offering some of the freshest and most affordable eats in town, from £5 breakfast burritos, to cheesy quesadillas.
If tapas is where it's at for you, La Rueda are bringing a whole new concept to the table with bottomless tapas for just £22 per person, all day from Mondays to Wednesdays. Spanish in flavour and affordable in approach, it's an authentic option when you're in South London.
Slug and Lettuce have always been a name synonymous with affordability. With sites all over London, including their pretty Tower Bridge spot, enjoy 2-4-1 cocktails throughout the week, and classic pub-style mains (with a few twists) from £10-14.
Pizza in London for under a tenner? That's right city dwellers, it is possible. Host to a weekly selection of deals, Tank And Paddle promise a delicious selection of slices alongside affordable drinks and craft beer aplenty from Minster Court and neighbouring Bishopsgate.
Scrimp on those pennies at your next meal out by heading on over to Gigis Hoxton. This quirky East London hangout is slinging out bargain bites, from breakfast all the way through to dinner. Pop by to chow down on chicken and waffles, soul food platters and more.
One of the affordable only restaurants in London to completely serve up vampire-inspired black charcoal pizzas, Lost Boys is a rock 'n' roll haven, where Wednesdays give you the biggest bang for your buck, as you get 2-4-1 pizzas and an all night happy hour.
Sticking to a lower budget doesn't mean you have to compromise on flavour, as Comptoir Libanais prove. With vibrant interiors matched by a vibrant menu of Middle-Eastern dishes, it's a go-to for those looking to grab an affordable breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Offering a mixture of hefty burgers and delectable small plates, this affordable London restaurant makes for a great refuelling point after a morning of Central London shopping, or a great place to grab an evening bite or a few after-work drinks in their basement cocktail bar.
Looking for affordable restaurants in London? Head down to Miscusi, where you can build-your-own pasta dish or sample a range of specialities and Italian classics. Their stellar grub and playful interiors will keep you coming back for more.