Pub prices in London

2010
04.02

There are many ways to experience London on the cheap note and one of these ways is to eat lots of meals in pubs (for the benefit of the trip, please don’t check on your cholesterol).

Here’s how much you can expect to pay in a typical London pub.

  • Beer/cider: anywhere from £2 to £5, depending on if you order local or imported brews.
  • Wine: don’t expect a large selection in the average pub. most glasses range at around £4.
  • Spirit: not very popular in the pub scene. don’t expect to pay under £5 but do expect to be pretty much sober.
  • Breakfast: full English breakfast will sell at £10 in a touristy place, £5 elsewhere.
  • Lunch and dinner: many pubs tend to have a 2 for 1 offer or a special £5 menu with the regulars (fish and chips, shepherds pie, jacket potato, etc.). however many other pubs don’t offer that kind of special and sell their regulars at around £10 each for the same size. don’t chose a pub just because of its conveniency - there are dozens of other pubs within walking distance that could have a better quality/price rate.

My two favorites: The Court (W1T 5AD) and The Earl of Camden (NW1 7PN).

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