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GO Budget Restaurants in North London

Budget Restaurants in North London If you thought gastronomic diversity in your life was at least two pay rises away, you may be surprised at the range of budget places available for you to dine in North London.

Voted as one of the top cheap restaurants in the country in the Observer Food Monthly the Afghan Kitchen [map] should near the top of your list when it comes to eating out on a budget. If you’ve never tried it before, you’ll find the food Indian in style but with a Persian edge that makes it just that bit different. And main course prices at this Islington eatery are around £5.

Le Mercury [map] is where you’ll find affordable Modern British and French Bistro style food. Although certainly not the best fusion restaurant in the area you will find that it’s popular with young people for the price of the food. This will be one that you either love or hate but if you want to eat out on the cheap this eatery is certainly worth a try.

For something unusual but inexpensive you could try Abiruchi [map] on Stoke Newington Church Street. Here you’ll enjoy specialised south Indian cuisine originating from the spice capital of India. The food differs from what you’ll find at your average curry house because of the herbs and spices used and the fact that there’s little use of oil or fat. The other good news is that this taste of India will set you back around £10 for a starter and main course.

Highbury Park Road, N5, is home to Au Lac [map], a Vietnamese restaurant which offers great value for money. The restaurant has gained its reputation for good food over the past five years and continues to be popular today - so popular in fact that they have recently opened another restaurant in the capital. Guests here can expect a warm welcome and good food.

South American cuisine could also be within reach of your wallet if you venture to La Piragua [map]. Dishing up food originating from Argentina and Colombia there’s plenty on offer here, however it’s the affordable steak served on a wood plate that seems to get this N1 restaurant noticed.

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