Budget Restaurants in N.W. London
|| If the funds don’t
stretch to a luxury dining experience why not check out
the best of the budget offerings in the area.
When it comes to eating on a budget in London, Japanese
food does not usually feature, however in north west London
you could be in luck. Asakusa [map] on Eversholt Street, seems to recreate the atmosphere
of a Tokyo eatery in NW1, without any London pretence.
The food tastes authentic and the prices are affordable
so it’s certainly worth a try.
Tucked away behind Swiss Cottage tube station you’ll
find Singaporean and Malaysian food at a steal. Although
it may be a little out of your price range at dinner time,
you’ll find that the Singapore Garden [map] has a bargain set lunchtime menu offering three courses
for under £10.
Take two lefts from Euston station and you’ll come
across the aptly named Great Nepalese [map].
The menu contains dishes from Nepal as well as India,
and the authentic flavours really pack a punch. Main courses
start from around £5 with a special lunchtime menu
that represents real value for money.
For something a little lighter you could try tasting the
delights of one of north west London’s landmark
eateries, the Hampstead Creperie [map] . Sweet and savoury
crepes of all kinds are available, allowing you to enjoy
French food without having to fork out a small lottery
When you think of having a burger the first places to
come to mind are the high street stalwarts which are cheap
and cheerful enough, however for a real burger taste you
should try the Gourmet Burger Kitchen [map].
There are outlets across London but in north west London
head for the Hampstead branch where you can enjoy your
food in a laid back atmosphere.
Surprisingly Polish food is also available on the cheap
in north west London at Zamoyski [map].
Located close to Hampstead Heath this restaurant offers
a range of inexpensive Polish culinary delights in decent
sized portions – it’s no wonder this place
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