Mayfair 1 is the type of place that a lot of Londoners rely on throughout the working week. It’s a little cupboard-sized lunchtime-only spot making satisfying wraps. A warm falafel number with the usual suspects: dressed cabbage salad, pickles, chilli, lettuce and the gang, will cost you under £5. As will a lamb kofte or sucuk (that delicious red spiced Turkish sausage) one. It’s very much a takeaway thing, but if you come pre or post rush, there are a few of stools to pop a squat if you fancy it.
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Scott’s in Mayfair is one of London’s oldest seafood restaurants where you’ll probably want someone else to pick up the bill.
Delfino is a surprisingly relaxed and inexpensive spot in Mayfair serving fairly good pizza and pasta.
Sabor is a casual tapas restaurant in Mayfair, with a more elaborate menu served upstairs in the Asador.
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Brindisa Borough Market
The chorizo sandwich at Brindisa is one of the best sandwiches in London. Get on it, and get extra chorizo.
Every Thursday, street food crew KERB set up at the Gherkin, with some of the best street food vendors in London. It’s perfect for lunch.
Broadway Market + Netil Market
Broadway and Netil Market is most likely the trendiest Saturday only food market in London, where the options are as diverse as the crowd there.
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