Where to eat in London | Low cost

London is one of the most expensive capitals of the world, both for tourists and for residents. If you are planning a trip to the English capital now that the holidays are approaching, get some ideas on where to eat and snack with your coffee in the center of London, in the neighborhood of Soho and around it…

Koshari Street

In this small shop, which has very few tables and yet appropriate for those who want to continue their walk, taking power from a little food on hand, you can try Egyptian, exotic flavors. Various kinds of rice dishes with chickpeas, salads, spaghetti, soups and more particularly with spices and spicy notes that will astound you! Prices start from 4.50 pounds for salads, soups etc and from 2.95 for sandwiches.

Koshari Street

Koshari Street

Honey & Honey & Co.

You can make a stop here for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It is a café/restaurant that is open all day long. You can try different kinds of breads and pastries, from donut buns with walnuts and orange juice to pizzas with thin slices of seasoned lamb with tahini and pine nuts. The breakfast costs from 3-6 pounds.

Honey and Co.

Honey and Co.

Foxcroft & Ginger

The rich variety of cakes made ​​in the basement of the store, causing odors to fill up the space. Try for 1.7 pounds the chocolate brownies. The warm bread is made into ​​sandwiches with sliced ​​pork, peppers, tomatos and smoked mozzarella, or fried chicken with avocado and garlic mayonnaise. There is still a variety of salads and pizzas of various kinds. Breakfast prices start from 2.80 to 9.5 pounds, lunch prices from 3.5 to 6.5 pounds and pizzas prices start at 4.95 pounds.

Foxcroft & Ginger

Foxcroft & Ginger

Pizza Pilgrims

The brothers Thom and James Elliot serving one of the most popular pizzas in the area of ​​Soho. You can choose from hot flavors until pizza with sausage, Portobello mushrooms and truffles and more. On sunny days you can get your piece and enjoy the nearby park Soho Square.
Prices start from 6 pounds for take out and 7 pounds if you sit in the shop.

Pizza Pilgrims

Pizza Pilgrims

View more places to eat here: The most expensive restaurants in the world.

By Nicole P.

London eating places photos: Cherry Smart, Yukino Miyazawa, Ewan Munro, David Lebovitz.

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