How to save and eat delicious food in London

Restaurant delicacies not all London residents can afford. Some are waiting for discounts and profitable offers. Others, after looking at the price, change their mind about buying such desired dish. How and where to make an order, without spending a lot of money, we will tell in our article.

Discount cards: Taste Card (and its free trial, which lasts for 30 days) provides 50% discount or the opportunity to buy two dishes for the price of one. The card can be used in a variety of London restaurants.

Online ordering: it's very convenient to order food online, besides it saves you money. And on the site Opentable, you can also earn points for each order. Having accumulated enough points, you can please yourself with a free dish in the restaurant you have chosen! In addition, the Opentable has 50% discounts and inexpensive complex menus.

Voucher sites: on the voucher sites, such as GrouponLivingsocial and Wowcher.co.uk, there are dishes at a reduced price. These resources cover even the most luxurious restaurants. Just go to one of the links, enter the name of one of the institutions of London and buy special tickets at a very low price. At Lastminute, you can even find restaurants that have special offers.

Sites of restaurants: if the restaurant, which you like, is not on the listed sites, look for information about discounts on the site of the restaurant itself.

Free dinner for a secret visitor. Having registered for Mystery Dining Company or Market Force, you will be able to visit all restaurants in London. You will not only be returned money spent on food, but you will also be paid salary. A tempting offer, is not it?

Would you like a drink? Thirsty? The Drinki application will help you find information about the cocktail cards of various establishments. In addition, it states that according to the law all restaurants, pubs and bars are obliged to provide free water. And in some institutions it is even allowed to bring your own drink. (When you register, enter the promotional code BILDN.)

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