163 "Quick Eats" restaurants in London.
Roti Joupa is a tiny Trinidadian spot in Clapham making delicious food at low prices.
A solid spot for some affordable-ish sushi in the City, Pham Sushi will work just as well for a business situation as a casual dinner over nigiri.
Kurumaya is a tiny restaurant near Smithfield, with small prices, big bowls of katsu curry, and some decent sushi.
Black Lab is a roomy coffee spot opposite Clapham Common, ideal for a catch-up or a sit-down.
Lanark Coffee is a tiny café on Hackney Road where you’ll want to become regular for the food as well as the atmosphere.
Baban’s Naan is a tiny takeaway naan spot that serves delicious, made-to-order, fresh naan for just a few quid, or even less.
Tokyo Pizza is a casual underground pizza spot on Maida Vale, serving Japanese-inspired pizza toppings and some very tasty salads.
Atis is a build-your-own salad place in Shoreditch with a lot of options, but also some very good ideas about what makes a tasty, satisfying lunch.
The Soho branch of popular handmade pasta spot Bancone is serving the same great food as the original, in a bigger and better space.
Mayfair 1 is a tiny hole-in-the-wall spot making fresh falafel, halloumi, chicken, and lamb wraps.
Stampa is a straightforward Italian café and restaurant serving good quality and low cost handmade pasta and paninis.
Tibits is a vegetarian and vegan buffet restaurant that’s perfect for a kind of healthy, low-cost, lunch or dinner.
Neden Urfa is an unassuming kebab shop in Clapton making delicious kebabs with bread freshly made in front of you.
Crudo is a build-your-own ceviche bowl spot in Fitzrovia, perfect for a kind of healthy and affordable detour when you’re out around Oxford Street.
Mio Yatai is a Japanese restaurant at the end of Broadway Market serving decent ramen.