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Affordable restaurants in SOHO, Mayfair areas of London

Affordable restaurants in SOHO, Mayfair areas of London

Old Oct 2nd, 2014, 06:56 PM
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Affordable restaurants in SOHO, Mayfair areas of London

Going to London in January. Wanting to find affordable restaurants in SOHO, Mayfair areas of London. I tried Cinnamon Kitchen and Cinnamon Soho on the higher end last visit - great food, service and atmosphere, but looking for others to try. Hoping the regulars can help me.
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Old Oct 3rd, 2014, 01:39 AM
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Brasserie Zedel is very reasonable, and a beautiful restaurant.

'Cote' is a chain of restaurants that is good and affordable.
Look for early evening pre-theatre menus - many restaurants in Soho have special offers for this.
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I like Zedel too. Mildred's on Lexington Street is a good casual place if you like inventive vegetarian cooking.

Mayfair is more difficult, either snackbars or expensive like Claridge's or Scott's of the infamous incident.
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My current favourite is Princi on Wardour Street. Also look out for the Wahaca chain - has restaurants in Soho and Covent Garden.
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What means "affordable"? Theoretically, anything in your credit card limit is affordable.
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Words like 'affordable' or best or must see or cheap or economical, etc. etc. etc. are useless michael unless you define what they mean to YOU.

A Michelin starred restaurant is affordable to some people and anything that will cost more than a meal at McDonald's is not affordable to others. No one here knows what YOU mean by affordable.

Nor is 'affordable' enough information for suggestions. What is someone suggests a Thai restaurant and you don't like Thai food? You've wasted that person's time.

The more relevant information you provide, the more relevant responses can be. Otherwise, all you end up with is a list of every restaurant in Soho and Mayfair.
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