Eating out in L O N D O N

I recently went to London for a few days and stayed with my sister who has a job and money! Unlike me, the broke student. Therefore I was dreading going out to dinner and I was expecting to spend a fortune on food. To my surprise, we went to some incredibly scrumptious restaurants with unbelievable prices. It turns out you can visit a capital city and dine affordably at some really nice restaurants. Here are three London restaurants definitely worth a visit!

  • COTE -This exquisite French restaurant serves some delicious French dishes that will leave your taste buds dancing. I went there with some French people, which means that it really is good! I chose the 3 course menu for £11.90 that can be ordered from noon until 7p.m. I complemented with a glass of Kir Royale (only costing £3.95). We went to the Cote restaurant in Notting Hill, which is surrounded by some cosy and quintessentially English pubs! However there are plenty of Cote branches dotted around the city. So take a gander on their website!
  • Hare and Tortoise – This Japanese restaurant was a really delight,hidden downstairs away from the city streets. It was a surprisingly affordable delight in the heart of the city of London for my fellow student friends who joined us. There is something special on the menu for everyone’s tastes, whether it is sushi, noodles or an array of side dishes. The service was incredibly fast and helpful. They also have several branches that can be found around the city.
  • Kimchi -This is a Korean restaurant that currently has two restaurants in London. The food comes in such adorable packaging and the design of the restaurant makes you want to stay in there all day. The beautifully packaged boxes food you receive are packed with bundles of tasty flavours. This yummy and healthy food is definitely a real treat at an astonishingly low price. I don’t think you could beat these tastes and prices anywhere else in London.



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  1. says:

    Excellent post.

    I may use it myself.

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