Cheap eats & restaurants


The perfect stop for a lunchtime or mid-afternoon ice-cream fix. Bocca di Lupo’s dessert deli serves up scoops and smiles.

The Blues Kitchen

A brand new venue to enjoy the best soul food this side of the Atlantic, The Blues Kitchen comes with a smashing side of live music and a bourbon-stocked bar.

Pizza East

Soho House’s pizzeria gets non-members in on a slice of the action, right by the group’s East End outpost, Shoreditch House.

Café Mozart

The hills are alive - with cake. Hearty Germanic fare and homemade cakes and strudel in a slightly sycophantic tribute to its namesake composer.

Brick Lane Beigel Bake

Bagging beigels 24 hours a day. East London’s 24 hour cure-all does exactly what it says on the tin - bagels.

Busaba Eathai

We love you looooong time. Queues right along the front façade aren’t unusual, such is its enduring popularity amongst Soho-ites in the mood for a little spice.

Fernandez & Wells

Medialand’s midday treat. This market style lunchtime favourite get fairly crammed as media types queue for some of the best sandwiches in town.

Cha Cha Moon

Oodles of noodles, stall style. Part of Alan Yau’s chopstick conglomerate, this taking inspiration from Hong Kong’s mein-dong noodle stalls.

Cay Tre

A taste of Vietnam with queues often backing into the street for the fresh ingredients, unbelievable prices, and authentic flavours.


Mediterranean with massive… meringues. Putting other delis to shame with its starkly white setting and mouth watering array of dishes and takeouts.


Sourcing - not saucing. The go-to locale for the finest quality tapas made with fresh ingredients and the minimum of fuss.


Having lured in the gastro-purists with its innovative menu of living foods, it’s revamped eating organic into more than a virtuous pastime.

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