Looking for London restaurant recommendations for a couple

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Post by Guest »

Nothing too fancy or expensive - mid range. Easy to book as some of the really popular venues are so hard / impossible to book or want big deposits.

Staying in Vauxhall area but happy to use the tube.

Post by Jenna »

Go to Flatiron 🥩 it’s simple but brilliant! Won’t break the bank and they don’t take bookings so you’ve as much chance as anyone to get a table

Post by Katy »

Why don’t you try Market Halls Victoria for some street food. Loads of food choices in there and a bar. I love Gopal’s Corner for the yummy Malaysian rotis and curry.

Post by Sarah »


Post by Cee »

Mowglis Indian street food. Beautiful food lovely environment and not expensive. Owner is judge on great British menu.

Post by Laura »

We really liked the oxo Tower beautiful view. Book the bistro side not the restaurant ask for seat on balcony outside.

Post by Ariadne »

Sorry not Vauxhall but look at Bancone, couple of venues one near Covent Garden and one (bigger) branch on Golden Square in Soho - really reasonable and delicious fresh pasta dishes

Post by Amber »

Recently enjoyed meal at Kin + Deum near to London Bridge. If you would happily travel further then Exmouth Street market has lots of lovely restos and bars- I like Moro.

Post by Chelsie »

Brasserie zedel feels really glam (it’s a listed interior, sometimes a little jazz band) but it’s very reasonable- if you eat the fixed menu it’s £15 for two or three courses. Alternatively hoppers in King’s Cross is good for curry, or basaba ethai for Thai - all standard london prices nothing too fancy.
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