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Food Prices in England

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I'm trying to work out how much I'll spend on food daily for 1 month in England.
London for a week, Canterbury, Salisbury, Bath, Moreton-in-Marsh, York, Keswick, Manchester. And other day trips to Dover, Jurassic Coast, blah blah.

I'm hoping to stick to B&Bs and hostels that include breakfast in the price. And I'm gonna try to eat at pubs/picnics/cheap joints as often as possible. No fine dining for us (2 college kids).

So basically how much should I expect to pay if I eat mostly pub grub and do picnics and markets and NOT nice restaurants? I've read anywhere from $20 a day per person to $80.

A decent pub meal is $15???
Is $60 for two people a day reasonable?

Thanks yo!

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