As it says in the title. In terms of the quality, quantity of food and the overall restaurant experience.
So obviously lower scale restaurants like Nando's would be on the cheap end, decent to have if you're hungry, want to have a chat with somebody and don't have too much money. Cabana's is another good option, good ribs. Then you got food like TGIs, similar to cabana's in quality but with more variety of meal selections, steak ain't too great though.
Rodrizio has an all meat buffet for £20, so you can get a very good meal there.
Any more suggestions for restaurants?
I want to know more high end restaurants close to £40?
This post is making me hungry.
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- Thread Starter
- 28-01-2015 00:52
- 28-01-2015 00:53
With or without wine and service?
- Thread Starter
- 28-01-2015 00:58
No service as that varies depending on restaurant.
- 28-01-2015 01:16
Well, obv if you want to be boring, there's Cote. You can easily get a starter, steakfrites or moules, dessert and some vino for £40 a head.
Quag's has been re-done. There's always a set menu for about £30 for three courses. You used to get a glass of champagne, but I'm sure that's been downgraded to Cava or Prosecco now. Lunch should be even cheaper. That's a nice place.
You can always always get Italian for that price. Ciaobella in Lamb's Conduit St is fantastic, but the decor is really, really tacky. There's one near the UCL Ramsay Halls - Conchiglia. Really excellent, and less tacky. You will get a great meal and lots of wine for that.
Similarly, with Chinese you have to really, really try to not find somewhere for £40 - and no-one has wine with Chinese.
Steak wise, you can go to Hawksmoor with £40 as long as you don't go wild. Probably a rump with frites - have to really watch what wine you buy, though. Get the cheapest one.