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GO Budget Restaurants in S.E. London

Budget Restaurants in South East London Budget doesn’t have to mean bland or tasteless, nor does it have to include junk food. For just a few pounds you can find some excellent restaurants to tickle your taste buds.

If you’re looking for eponymous British cuisine you can’t go wrong with a visit to Terence Conran’s Shad Thames eatery: The Chop House [map] at Butlers’ Wharf. Enjoy traditional chops and mash, poached salmon or wild boar faggots. The special options allow you to fine dine without paying out.

French cuisine might be notoriously at the more expensive end of the market, but there are a few exceptions to the rule. Try The Lobster Pot [map], Kennington Lane. Enjoy a range of fish dishes such as grilled or poached lobster and salmon as well as delectable mussel dishes.

Go traditional and taste a slice of London life at Manze’s which is one of the area’s premier pie and mash shops. Located at Tower Bridge Road, Manze’s offers tourists a completely new experience that’ll ensure they keep coming back for more. Choose from a range of meat pies, mash and gravy, jellied or stewed eels and a selection of fruit pies for dessert.

Try the exotic tastes of Turkey on the cheap with a visit El Turkistan [map], Old Kent Road. This fine establishment offers a range of kebabs and falafel in a modern and comfortable restaurant. Chefs cook the meal before your eyes and it’s guaranteed to leave you with some change for one of Turkey’s finest desserts.

The Borough Café [map], Park Street, has earned an excellent reputation for offering reasonably priced meals, and also for its exquisite bubble and squeak that makes the Borough an extremely busy café. If you manage to get a seat check out some of the specials on the menu board, definitely worth the wait.

Go Caribbean with a visit to Sankofa [map], Lee High Road. This restaurant offers a variety of top tropical treats, from plantain hotpot, to sweet potato and yam dishes and curried mutton. There’s an excellent-value “all you can eat” buffet at lunchtime which gets very busy but is worth the queues to brighten up your day.

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