Cheap eats & restaurants

Stokey Bears

It only sounds like a honey pot for hot and hairy Stoke Newington locals.

Babaji Pide

Alan Yau’s Turkish concept should delight plenty if stuck for a casual place to eat in the West End.

Flesh & Buns

Delicious hirata buns and more in Covent Garden from Ross ‘Bone Daddies’ Shonhan.

Shake Shack Covent Garden

Danny Meyer drops his delicious calorie bombs on Covent Garden.

Bone Daddies

Get excited for all the right reasons at this Soho ramen spot from the former Nobu head chef.

Slider Bar @ The Player

Some buns to get excited about in Soho – not at Agent Provocateur, but in Lucky Chip’s slider den in the basement below.

Burger & Lobster Soho

Putting the tricky crustacean back on the map with a choice of burger or lobster for the same price.

Yoobi

Hungry? Forget ice cream and reach for a different kind of cone to sate your summer snacking needs in the heart of Soho.

Lucky Chip

In the growing tradition of street-van food fads taking up permanent residency, this Americana mini-diner follows with its revered hand-cut chips.

Pitt Cue Co

Turn up at opening o’clock or be prepared to queue for a taste of these meats.

MEAT Liquor

Hyped by hamburger aficionados to serve London’s best burgers, but arm yourself with patience, and then some, before heading here.

Viet Hoa Mess

While this might sound like naughty Sunday morning in a Saigon brothel, this Shoreditch BBQ temple is far and away a much classier affair.

Rochelle Canteen

Grab a school-style breakfast or lunch from one of London’s most underground catering companies.

Super Pizza – Danger of Death

Great slices now served up just across from the legendary Brick Lane Beigel Bake at this cosy joint with its own secret members bar.

Byron at The Intrepid Fox

Less sceney than the nearby Lo-Profile or Balans - and less entertaining, perhaps - but preferable if you pay more attention to the buns of your burger than those of your waiter.

Princi Soho

Alan Yau may be London’s hottest restaurateur, with hotspots like the Michelin-starred Hakkasan and Yauatcha under his belt, but things are kept both affordable and accessible here at Princi.

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