Traveling around London can often leave you hungry. If you happen to find yourself near or at the British Museum, you might be wondering where you can eat without going over the budget. Here then are a few places where you can expect a budget-friendly lunch after visiting the museum.
Cheap Restaurants in London near the British Museum
As the name would imply, this cafe at 37 Museum Street serves a purely authentic Korean dining experience. Prices here are manageable as they could go as low as £1.00 and no higher than £15.00. A must-try here is the Dolsot Bibimbab Set. It features a sampling of Dolsot Bibimbab, a bowl of soup, and a drink for only £10.00. The cafe opens from Monday to Sunday at 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM.
Mary Ward Centre Cafe
Located at the Mary Ward Centre at 42 Queen Square, this cafe is known for providing generous portions of vegan-friendly meals at extremely cheap prices. Soups here could go as low as £3.00, while the main courses fetch prices no higher than £5.00. As for drinks, they could go from £0.50 to £1.00. The cafe is open from Monday to Saturday.
Located at Russell Square, the Cabmen’s Shelter has made a name for itself, providing cheap British breakfast and lunch staples. Dishes like eggs, sausage, and bacon are offered here in generous portions, as well as some of the cheapest cups of tea and coffee in Russell Square.
You can easily spot the Cabmen’s Shelter as it’s the only wooden hut at the northwest center of Russell Square. They are open as early as 7:00 AM but would close at 2:30 PM.
Situated at the Brunswick Center at its farthest end, this supermarket is known for offering a multi-cuisine dining experience. They have a decent selection of sandwiches and cold cuts, as well as a rather respectable sushi counter.
However, the main attraction here is the rotisserie, which serves generous portions of roasted chicken. Seating at the Waitrose is decent. The seats nearest to the garden just outside the exit are the most sought-after spots. The Waitrose is open as long as the Brunswick Centre is, which is from Monday to Sunday.
The prices at this restaurant at New Oxford might be comparatively pricier than the rest on this list, but it’s still within the realms of what you can consider as “low-priced” As the name implies, Chang’s Noodle aims to offer an authentic Chinese dining experience by offering dishes coming from the Szechuan and Henan cuisines.
A must try here is their signature dish, the Henan Lamb Noodle Soup, which is priced at £7.50. The restaurant is open from Monday to Sunday.