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GO Budget Restaurants in S.W. London

Budget Restaurants in South West London Eating out can be expensive and that means less money to spend on sightseeing so if you’re on a limited budget chances are you’ll pick fast food restaurants and sandwiches to fill your stomach.

There is, however, a good range of budget restaurants that combine fine dining and bargain prices. Our selection of restaurants all offer meals for less than £15 and some at less than £10.

Axum [map], Wandsworth Road, offers an unusual dining experience based on the exotic and interesting Ethiopian cuisine. Try one of the dishes from the wide menu and enjoy the hospitality and friendliness of the staff. There’s plenty of vegetarian and vegan food to choose from, and an extensive wine list packed with unusual options such as honey wine.

If you’re hankering after some good old style steak or burgers head to Biguns Ribs [map], Warwick Way, Pimlico, which offers diners an authentic American experience in the heart of Westminster. Aside from the all-American menu there’s also Mediterranean treats on the specials board that are great value for money.

You can compromise on price without compromising on taste and Blakes at The Blakes Hotel [map], Roland Gardens, is testament to this.

Blakes is possibly the most stylish hotel in London, and the restaurant is nothing short of exceptional. The menu focuses on offerings from around the world, with rare oriental dishes being a favourite. Tables are adorned with the finest appointments however nothing can overshadow the cuisine which like the décor draws its inspiration from all corners of the globe. The menu includes Ginger consommé, Orange Salmon sashimi with green rice, coriander, chillies mint or galangal.

One of London’s oldest Russian restaurants Borshtch’n Tears [map], Beauchamp Place, has been around since the first half of the 20th century and offers diners prices that are certainly from a by-gone era. The décor and atmosphere, however, is bang up to date and a visit to the Borshtch’n proves something of a wild vodka-fuelled experience with lively music every night and diners invited to dance on the tables.

For a quieter night that still reflects the interesting cuisine of eastern Europe head to Daquise which offers authentic Polish cuisine and was established in 1947 as a meeting and socialising place for Polish exiles.
Enjoy excellent cuisine fused with traditional Polish hospitality at Daquise based at Thurloe Street.

Do your bit for the planet whilst enjoying tasty cuisine at Eco-Brixton [map], Market Row, Electric Lane, Brixton.

Choose from a menu of value for money treats including sandwiches and pizzas made with the restaurant's very own freshly made dough. Pizzas are made with organic vegetables and salads are given their own ECO twists to create unusual dishes.

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