Certainly London is the city of alluring things in context of anything either for food, drink, theater, or night outs.The city’s latest culinary trends had to be acknowledged, of course, but only those at the top of their game could be considered for inclusion. If you are browsing the good and affordable eatery, then this article is surely going to help you.
The best and affordable restaurant in London:
1. 10 Greek Street: (Address is 10 Greek Street, London,W1D 4DH) The kitchen produces lots of interesting but ungimmicky combinations special of halibut fillet with yellow beans, chilli and garlic, on a vivid romesco sauce. Tables are closely packed and in the evening it can get noisy, but otherwise it’s hard to fault the place. Adept, friendly staffs are a further plus. Always book table in advance for dinner.
2. Baiwei: (address: 8 Little Newport Street,London,WC2H 7JJ) Which means hundred flavors in china. They say two’s company, three’s a crowd, and four’s a party.This gang of four from the Barshu group are rocking Chinatown with their celebration of south-west China’s home cooking.
3. Barnyard: (address: 18 Charlotte Street, London, W1T 2LY): Heavy drinking is something that Londoners do well too. Getting in touch with our inner bumpkin, however, is still a niche interest in London, and it’s one that Barnyard is now here to satisfy.
4. Boqueria Tapas: (address: 192 Acre Lane,London,SW2 5UL) Boqueria offers a fresh, modern menu that merits repeat visits. The vibe is laid-back, and the L-shaped space has been thoroughly optimised, with aluminium stools along a stylishly spot-lit (and well-stocked) bar leading through into the main restaurant; downstairs is an upbeat bar area with more tables.
5. Cah Chi: There’s real warmth to this residential Raynes Park restaurant, which pulls an appreciative crowd of Eastern and Western diners. Even on a cold, dark evening, the dining room feels light and bright – and comfortably cosy. Cah Chi is known for its excellent sundae: black pudding stuffed with cellophane noodles.
6. Caravan King’s Cross: (address: Granary Building,1 Granary Square,London,N1C 4AA): The ethos is the same in both branches: welcoming, efficient staff and a menu of what they call ‘well travelled food’. Drinks are equally good, from the global wine list to the own-roast coffee. The fruity Caravan blend is perfectly brewed.
7. Ceviche: (address: 17 Frith Street,London,W1D 4RG): We were wowed by the Don Ceviche, which saw large chunks of meaty sea bass with a still-raw centre surrounded by amarillo chilli ‘tiger’s milk’ (the ceviche marinade) and scattered with slivers of chilli, raw red onion and fresh coriander, with soft diced sweet potato providing textural contrast.
8. Copita: (address: 26 D’Arblay Street,London,W1F 8EP): For an authentic taste of modern Spain, you can’t go far wrong with Copita. Like sister restaurant, this is a place where you get properly tapa-sized dishes so you can really get stuck into the menu.
9. Dishoom: (address: 7 Boundary Street,London,E2 7JE) The second Shoreditch branch of Dishoom– an industrial space has been turned into an aspirational Indian restaurant.
10. Flesh & Buns: This summer London’s teeming with ‘gourmet’ fast food joints, rooftop pop-up bars, night food markets and street food vendors. This new wave of edgier eateries is changing the game for restaurateurs too – crisp tablecloths and prim service are out, industrial-chic décors and young, liberally pierced and tattooed staff is in.
These places are good for family and friends outing. Public and private transportation both are available. Falcon cars are available at very affordable price and also give you 10% discount for the registered members. Call +44(0)203-588-0448for quick hire for minicab and taxi.