Tank & Paddle are saviors to busy city workers hoping to grab cheap eats after work, with pizza served on boards and a cracking mac 'n' cheese providing hearty nourishment after a hectic day. Pair that with a craft brew from the bar and you're all sorted.
Cheap Eats in Shoreditch
Ah Shoreditch, a hub of hipsters, over-priced vintage shops and rainbow bagels... but you know what makes this East London area shine? Its awesome selection of affordable eats, of course. From bursting burgers to gooey sourdough pizzas, express lunch deals to penny-saving set menus, there's plenty on offer. Luckily for you, we've taken out the guesswork and rounded up all the best cheap eats in Shoreditch right here.
Cheap eats and booze? Barrio really do deliver la vida loca with their Latino food and drink offers. If you fancy a club vibe with cocktails, banging beats and a taste of South America, search no further than this Shoreditch bar where anything goes.
Caboose provide a VIP experience for a fraction of the price, especially if there's a group of you. Rent out their bespoke log cabin and you'll only spend £35 per person for the three courses and it's BYOB, which is always a welcomed treat.
Rudie's ethos is simple, it's all about Jamaican cuisine with tapas-style dishes that won't leave you worried about the bill. Housed in the bustling Boxpark, you can grab a box on your lunch break or stick around for after-work rum cocktails with real jerk chicken, goat curry or Boss Burgers.
Advertised as a melting pot of Brazilian beach bar, London bloc party club and remixing the best of the city's music scene, Floripa is a bar that doesn't compromise on vibe or price. The cheap eats at this Shoreditch haunt include burrito bowls, amplified fries and sharing boards.
Looking for a banging lunch offer? Coctotte is one beaut Shoreditch bar and restaurant with an £11 set menu that'll knock your socks off. From the 24 hour marinated and spit-roasted chicken to the truffle-laced Chicken Croque Monsieur, it's a sexy cheap eats deal.
DF Tacos are an essential cheep eat of you're lurking around Brick Lane. Providing margaritas on tap, delicious Mexican plates and a no-fuss attitude, the cool younger sister of Wahaca is a sure win for its tacos that pack a punch with flavour but go easy on the wallet.
Modern Filipino cuisine is the name of the game at Hoxton 100 as Rapsa takes over with a plethora of awesome plates on offer. Feast on cheap eats like the Daing Mackerel, Oxtail Kare Kare Croquettes, Ginataan Coconut and more, all for less than a tenner.
Perfectly placed in the heart of Shoreditch, Wahaca's test kitchen gives you a snippet of all the fresh new flavours the chain will be serving up city-wide, and you get a first taste. Try out a menu with brand new dishes and cocktails, with a cool bar space to relax in afterwards.
A bustling bar and kitchen that won't leave you feeling blue, but will provide a banging soundtrack to your low-cost feasting... Blues Kitchen is a hub for Texan BBQ grub, live music and a library of bourbon cocktails seven days a week.
We do love a good deal, and Anadina's express lunch menu really gives you a touch of luxury without breaking the bank. Feast on three courses for just £12 next time you're in the mood for delicious Peruvian plates from the sleek East London sister to Ceviche.
Offering some of the coolest cocktails and most delicious bar snacks near Old Street, The Cornershop is a dinky dive bar with one of the best atmospheres in the borough. Head over for the chance to get stuck into juicy burgers and moreish sides.
Pizza Pilgrims are slinging out traditional Neapolitan pizzas from their Shoreditch High Street haunt for purse-friendly prices. With most of their sourdough beauties available for under a tenner, they're a sure-win for simply delicious Shoreditch dining.