Cheap Eats in Soho
When it comes to the West End, it's not all Michelin prices and swanky spots, you know. If you don't want to break the bank then this one's for you. From low-cost Lebanese to modestly-priced Mexican and beautifully-plated British dishes that won't break your budget, here's our pick of the best bars and restaurants for cheap eats in Soho.
For more edible inspo, check out our guide to restaurants in Soho.
Thought BrewDog was just about the beer? Think again. From 2-4-1 on vegan and vegetarian mains every single Monday to all you can eat wings on Wednesdays, this bustling spot brings you cost-effective munch and thirst-quenching craft brews in equal measure.
Hailed for their NYC vibes and boozy brunchin', Dirty Bones is one hot slice. Alongside the usual lunch and dinner choices, you can bag a main and side for just £10 from 12pm-5pm during the week. Did someone say Yankee Dog?
It's not only eclectic interiors, a banging soundtrack and quirky cocktails at Barrio. There's also a menu of wings, tacos, quesadillas and more... all coming in at less than £10. Pair that with the daily happy hour on drinks and you're in for a good time.
£10 for lunch? Head to Poland Street where Corazon is offering you just that. Choose from mouthwatering Mexican fare like totopos, salsa and guacamole, paired with any two tacos. Better yet, you can get all this prepared in less than 30 minutes.
Crispy fried buttermilk chicken loaded with buffalos sauce, blue cheese mayo and pickles? Beyond Meat patties topped with vegan Gouda, chipotle 'mayo', mustard and more? Honest Burgers is your economical pick for finger-lickin' burgers and signature rosemary fried from just £9.
From bao and gyoza to dumplings and sticky rice, the menu at Ping Pong makes it one of London's best cheap eats. Head to Great Marlborough Street for dim sum done right. You'll even find pre-theatre and set menus paired with innovative cocktails.
This restaurant in Soho really provides a unique experience for its guests, with a party spirit and purse-friendly prices. Head on over and you'll be greeted by a feel-good playlist, flowing rum-based cocktails and mouthwatering eats that mirror the vibe.
It's all about Peru as Ceviche serves up Latin American dishes created using local British ingredients. Whether you're in the mood for street bites, salads, seafood or the signature ceviche, you can rest assured knowing these are among the best dishes in Soho.