£1.50 for a filling and fairly healthy lunch? It’s a reality at Dunya near Clapton Pond.
What’s for Lunch?
Our citywide guide exploring the best lunch options London has to offer
Flipping burgers and such since 1975 in Hawaii, Kua Aina is a burger joint with a mellow island vibe.
A small but lovely take-out cafe sourcing seasonal ingredients from specialist suppliers for its daily changing menu.
No hipster coddling or foodie fiddling, just an inexpensive and perfectly satisfactory lunch at The Corner
Vintage grease served fast and friendly at this Soho institution
A speedy, unceremonious and slurp-worthy lunch at Noodle Oodle
Banger Bros’ five ounce free range Hereford rump steak burger might just be among the best burgers in London.
W Hotel’s Spice Market restaurant might be onto something with its “South East Asian-inspired lunch menu” in a swank setting.
Brick Lane’s Rib Man: some of the best barbecued pork in London and it only costs a fiver!
A new executive chef and a refurbished setting make for a lovely summer lunch at Joe’s on Draycott Avenue.
What’s for Lunch? Fleet Street eatery Coco di Mama offers “fresh food, Italian style” at a brisk pace and a decent price.