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London Affordable Dining Guide

Serving up more than just pub food, this easy eating itinerary saves money for a Harrods spree.
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Rating: 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: Full day

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This kebab shop on the Stoke Newington strip serves authentic Turkish food in a casual environment. Although the walls are decorated with reliefs of Egyptian and Greek scenes, the visual highlight of the restaurant is its big ocakbasi charcoal grill. Diners choose meat, fish or vegetable kebabs from a refrigerated display case and have them cooked... More

London’s most refined Lebanese restaurant. Refreshingly stripped of Arabian Nights clichés, the understated earth-toned room caters to the Notting Hill demographic. The falafel are airy and greaseless. The same light touch distinguishes the delicate pastries filled with spinach, pomegranate, and nuts; cinnamon-tinged makanek lamb sausage;... More

A short stroll from Soho, Chinatown is home to this cozy Chairman Mao–themed noodle and dumpling house. Szechuan cuisine is served up hot and spicy in dishes like the chili-oil-slick spicy beef noodle soup and dan-dan noodles with preserved vegetables. Diners cut the heat with lotus root and seaweed salad and a glass of iced oolong tea. Although... More

Order the quail curry at this hip and gently priced London Vietnamese joint that can easily rival the best in Saigon. For $35 a head, the kitchen wows us with a Southeast Asian feast. First, the house specialty: “La Vong fish,” marinated in turmeric and galangal, grilled tableside with a flurry of dill, and served with rice noodles and peanuts. To... More

In the middle of Greenwich’s busy Royal Hill area, The Union blends traditional pub trappings with a foward-thinking approach to food and brews. Inside, cream yellow walls surround the light-stained bar, and in the back, a small collection of tables sit in a sunlit conservatory. Head chef Valentin Ochoa specializes in modern British dishes,... More

Originally opened in Ludlow in 1997, Hibiscus relocated to London in 2000 and is still collecting a sizable amount of buzz. The restaurant is the recipient of two Michelin stars, and with its menu of sophisticated French cuisine, the accolades are well deserved. Under the careful guidance of acclaimed chef Claude Bosi, the kitchen turns out such... More

Located in Marylebone, a block off bustling Baker Street, Phoenix Palace Chinese Restaurant is a favorite for authentic Chinese cuisine. Hand-carved furniture, brass dragons, and other Oriental-inspired pieces fill the enormous dining room, which can get loud at times based on the size of the crowd. The menu covers more than 300 items, but you’d... More

Inside a flamingo-pink building on Stoke Newington Church Street in north London sits one of the best vegetarian restaurants in the city. The original in a chain of restaurants, Rasa N16 offers authentic, home-cooked food from the southwest state of Kerala on the Malabar Coast of India. Expertly trained chefs prepare flavorful vegetarian dishes,... More

9. Sushi Hiro

The restaurant is worshiped by fish fanatics.

Address:
1 Station Parade, Uxbridge Rd., Ealing
London, England
United Kingdom

Phone:
44-20-8896-3175

A follow-up to the wildly popular Arbutus, Wild Honey features surefire Franglais cooking: warm smoked eel with pear puree and delicious Scottish beef with baked onion. The menu depends on what’s fresh at the market—shin of veal, Elwy Balley lamb, rabbit. In his cut-rate set lunches, chef-owner A follow-up to the wildly popular Arbutus, Wild Honey... More