How to Save Money by Eating in Restaurants in London Cheap

One of the best ways of saving money in London, is to select locations where we can enjoy good food and don’t worry about high costs.
The picnic, it’s a good way to save money and enjoy a local park or a plaza at the same time. However, generally the fun part of travel is to discover local restaurants.
And in London you can find very good food from all over the world. Here we recommend some of our favorite spots and conviniently located around the central part of London:

Café in the Crypt, St Martin In The Fields Church, Trafalgar Square:

It is so good that we even came back several times. The Cafe is located on the lower level of the church and has an interesting decoration on the walls of brick, and put classical music in the background. Meals are served cafeteria style in which you can select different dishes, including vegetarian.

The afternoon tea is offered every day, and one can hear that climbing in the stairs, in the chapel, there are world-famous musicians practicing for the program of the night. Listening to the musicians is free and afternoon tea is sold at a very reasonable price. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are also offered, and sometimes placed candlesticks with candles on certain nights.

Mangia Club (Punch Tavern) 99 Fleet Street.
When you go to London, if you decide to visit the Club Mangia, you will be impressed by the amount of international dishes offered. At lunchtime, for just £ 7.50 you can eat all you want without limits! And the good thing is that they rotate different kinds of food, so you can eat an impressive Moussaka, not to mention all the salads that you have around you.

Wagamama (Leicester Square, Knightsbridge, Earls Court, Fleet Street).
This chain of Japanese restaurants enjoys popularity long time ago. And good food served fast, and most of its dishes costing below £ 10. Do not forget to check the menus. The majority includes a main dish, accompanied by gyoza (ball of dough is served in soups or stews), and something to drink. All for less than £ 15.

Food for Thought (31 Neal St., Covent Garden)
If you’re the type of person who likes to eat “on the go” or quickly, then this restaurant is for you. This vegetarian restaurant may be something “hippie” for those who visit it for the first time, but when there is a surprise – their dishes costing around £ 4.50, you’ll love it!

Italian Coffee (46 Goodge Street.)
It is one of the favorite places for backpackers and exchange students who wish to save. It’s perfect if you want to enjoy a hot and tasty pizza for just £ 3.