Where to find a cheap place to eat in Victoria. Our pick of the best budget cafes, takeaways and food shops.
Freshly-made authentic Greek souvlaki and gyros from £5.50. A perfect place to stop for a quick bite when taking a coach from Victoria coach station.
Open: Monday-Friday 8am-10.30pm, Saturday-Sunday 11.30am-10.20pm
Address: 15A Elizabeth St, London SW1W 9RP
Market Hall Victoria
Fantastic food hall opposite Victoria station. 13 food traders serving everything from fish & chips to udon noodles. We recommend Gopal’s Corner, Koya Ko and Super Tacos. Popular with office workers so go around midday if possible.
Open: Monday-Saturday 12pm-11pm, Sunday 12pm-10pm (kitchens close 1 hour before closing time)
Address:191 Victoria St, London SW1E 5NE
Small 20-seat place serving decent burgers and fries. They use dry-aged beef from pasture-fed breeds.
Open: Monday-Saturday 11am-11pm, Sunday 11am-10.30pm
Address: 205 Victoria St, London SW1E 5NE
Cardinal Place Food Market
On Thursday there’s a food market inside the Cardinal Place shopping centre with a good choice of hot and cold food. Check out @ShepherdsMts to find out more about the street food traders.
Open: THURSDAYS only 11am-3pm
Address: Cardinal Place, 76-79 Victoria St, SW1E 5JD
One of the healthiest place to eat in Victoria station with a branch in Victoria Place, a mini shopping centre above the station. Take the escalator near platform 15.
Address: Victoria Place Shopping Centre, 115 Buckingham Palace Rd, SW1W 9SJ
Serving fresh organic food for both vegetarians and omnivores, Pimlico Fresh is one of the best and most popular cafes in the area. Decent choice of sandwiches, salads, soup and hot daily specials.
Address: 86-87 Wilton Rd, SW1V 1DE
If you’re walking from the Victoria to Westminster Abbey or the Houses of Parliament, this is a great place to stop for a cheap English breakfast.
Address: 15 Greycoat Place, SW1P 1SB