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on 6 September 2009
Having a flat in East London, got this excellent handbag sized book. It has been a treasure for finding reasonably priced eats in all sorts of regions of London, even as far out as Richmond. Cost has been well repaid. Recommendations also in line with what locals recommend.
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on 1 November 2009
Always worth having on your bookshelves...and even in this day and age of the web with its vast resources, this is an easy to grab, easy to flick through guide that reveals some obvious and not so obvious tables to sit at in the best city of the world.

Worth the price and you can use the book beyond each edition.
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on 12 October 2010
The title is a bit misleading in that it implies student-style prices in the restaurants included in this book. However, it does have a much broader range of restaurants - from Medium-expensive to cheap - all these price ranges are included in this guide. Some people may call this misleading but I find it an advantage - it enables me to plan my 'type of restaurant', whether it be a budget day out for some quick, wholesome and cheap Chinese food for example, or if i am entertaining a few friends/visitors then I can look up a slightly posher restaurant/eatery etc. that still won't damage my wallet too much.

The body of the book is divided by East/West/North/South etc areas of London, and it also has a restaurant index by cuisine type such as Indian/Chinese/Thai etc. at the back, along with maps showing the locations and the tube network!

Small enough to carry around in your coat pocket or purse (just) & very useful to have as a reference all in all....especially good for people who tend to eat out a lot in reasonably priced restaurants.
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on 9 June 2009
It's great to see an updated version of this pocket-size guide. Packed with information including non-nonsense reviews and clearly laid out, the maps are easy to read and there's even a tube map. Do you need any other guide to London?! Not if you like cheap and tasty food :-)
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on 17 October 2010
The Time Out guides are superb and this is no exception. London has a bewildering selection of places to eat, many medicore but many superb,. This book covers chains as well as little finds you may never come across by accident or walk right past and not notice.
Its small, light and portable but is packed with information. It divides up by area and has a tube map, website for each place, nearest tube , phone numbers and details of prices and examples from the menu.
Its independent reviews are excellent and tend to be accurate.
A must for a London visit. There is also a website which includes new additions.
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on 13 March 2014
Lazily compiled without any understanding what "cheap eat" means. 15-20 quid a pop is NOT cheap.

You will do better randomly walking into cheap eats which are a plenty in London.
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