Less Is More! 5 Of The Best Value Set Menus London Has To Offer

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We’re definitely spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants in London, so we all understand what a struggle picking a place to eat that everyone agrees on can be. Especially when one of your mates is now a big shot banker while you’re struggling to pay your extortionate London rent… But, never fear! Secret London is here to end the awkwardness with five incredible set menus that definitely won’t break the bank

 

1. 7 courses for £31 at L’Autre Pied

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Kicking things off with an offer that (almost) sounds too good to be true, London Michelin star restaurant L’Autre Pied is offering seven, yes, SEVEN courses for less than the price of a weekly travelcard! Offering beautifully presented French cuisine served in a contemporary space, we guarantee you won’t be disappointed with this one. You can find the offer here.

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2. Four courses for £25 at The Dairy

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One for you South Londoners, this unassuming little independent creates simple, fresh food with a difference. The Dairy even has their own rooftop garden for harvesting fresh herbs and honey that regularly appear on their menu. Their midweek lunch menu comes in at £25 and gives you the perfect chance to try them out before committing (and we’re confident you will want to commit) to their epic £48 tasting menu

 

3. Three courses and a glass of Brut for £29 at Galvin La Chapelle

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You only have to look at this place to know it’s going to be good. Galvin La Chapelle is a Michelin starred French restaurant in a grade II listed building and it also boasts a reasonably priced menu that’s perfect for impressing your date/mother/boss (whoever, really) on a budget. Nobody needs to know! Lunch is £29 or you can splash out on dinner for £34.50. You can find the offer here.

 

4. Two courses and a Kir Royale for £17.50 at Boulevard Brasserie

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This charming Covent Garden restaurant gives us the best value deal of the lot at only £17.50 for two courses AND a Kir Royale. Get ready to impress your out of town friends with your insider London knowledge and shut down the ‘but London is so expensive’ comments. This place offers London-quality food at super low prices. It’s practically Northern! You can find the offer here.

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5. Three courses and a cocktail for £29 at Aqua Kyoto

Aqua Kyoto‘s sushi is as beautiful as it’s location, and that’s saying something! A quick stalk of their Instagram page will help you understand exactly why you need to eat here. The good news is their enviable interior and delicious food isn’t beyond your reach because they’re offering three courses and a cocktail for just £29. Worth it for the view alone! You can find the offer here.

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