If you are on a tight budget you can still take vacations and have a great time. All you need is do your research before going to another country especially if it’s your first time. So if you’re planning to go on vacation in London this year, you can still save money for your meals since there are lots of restaurants who serve delicious and affordable breakfast. Let me share with you this top 100 cheap breakfasts in London.
Whether you’re keen on a kipper or pining for porridge, here are our favourite London restaurants from our cheap eats guide that will guarantee you a money-saving breakfast.
Kentish Town never knew how much it loved arancini – Sicilian-style deep-fried risotto balls – until this affable caff opened in 2012. Now the place is a firm favourite locally. The arancini are served in several forms: plain (‘naked’), with salad, in wraps, or accompanied by a stew (we like the all-veg version). There are other options too, such as poached eggs, egg wraps and bagels for breakfast, and toasted sandwiches. Try the ‘full breakfast bagel’: ham, onion jam, roast tomato, fried egg and cheese. Note: the small garden eating area at the back is a haven of quiet in good weather.
Meal for two with drinks and service: around £16
Café Below first won a loyal following for its vegetarian-centric café food, and its memorable setting – the crypt of a Grade I-listed Wren church. It still serves breakfast and lunch five days a week, but now also offers dinner from Wednesday to Friday. The food tends towards rustic simplicity during the day, getting more ambitious (and pricier) in the evening. The fish pie (£11.50), a long-standing feature, is a hefty, pleasing plateful. Mixed salads, with optional extras such as cheese soufflé or smoked salmon, use excellent ingredients and are dressed with unusual skill. Café Below is always busy at lunchtime, and for good reason.
Meal for two with drinks and service: around £30 (lunch), £45 (dinner)