30 "Walk-Ins" restaurants in London.
Brunswick East is an all-day Australian café and coffee shop with lovely courtyard seating.
A casual, kitsch coffee and light bite situation inside Institut Français, Café Tangerine is worth keeping in mind when you’re in Kensington.
Manteca is an Italian-inspired restaurant in Soho making excellent food at reasonable prices. Come for the pasta, stay for the date and prune cake.
Neden Urfa is an unassuming kebab shop in Clapton making delicious kebabs with bread freshly made in front of you.
Beer and Burger at King’s Cross is a great spot for an inexpensive cheeseburger, some deep fried jalapenos and your choice of 20 beers on tap.
Bento Ramen is a multi-talented Japanese restaurant in Camden. It’s a quick-fire, go-go-go kind of place that will have you seated and fed fast.
Meatliquor W1 has got you covered whether you’re after a late-night drink around Oxford Circus, or just have a serious burger craving.
MNTD’s second spot is near Victoria Park. It’s walk-in only, it’s great for a casual meal, and you should only be thinking about the dumplings.
Snackbar is a café and workspace on Dalston Lane that serves a range of unusual and excellent Asian-inspired breakfast, lunch, and brunch plates.
Officina 00 is a super-useful Old Street restaurant with a cool, laidback feel, serving affordable handmade pastas.
Just off of Oxford Street, this spot is just as perfect for an affordable group meal as it is for a solo bowl of udon.
Mao Chow is a cupboard-sized spot by London Fields making very tasty all-vegan Chinese food.
Three Uncles is a basic canteen that specialises in Cantonese roast meats. It’s perfect for lunch, or a quick dinner.
Sons and Daughters is a modern sandwich shop in Coal Drops Yard where the things between bread read much better than they taste.
Tayer + Elementary is a three-part bar in Old Street. You should come here to drink and snack, but you should also come here to eat the tasting menu.