Fine Dining In London Doesn’t Have To Burn A Hole In Your Wallet With These Michelin Star Restaurants That Are Surprisingly Affordable

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Whenever you want to take someone special out on a nice date or celebrate a family member reaching an important milestone, you might be tempted to turn to a restaurant known for serving high-quality food that has earned a Michelin star or two.

However, such fine dining is a strain on the wallet. Michelin-starred restaurants usually don’t come cheap. But if you’re in London, you should know that affordable ones do exist.

Here are the cheapest Michelin-starred restaurants to visit in the area. Their meals are just as delicious as their more expensive counterparts, all for a fraction of the price.

Chishuru, Fitzrovia

At Chishuru, a set lunch menu is offered for about $50 (£40). The four-course meal features modern West African cooking, including dishes such as fermented rice cake with maitake and chestnut mushrooms and whole deep-fried quail with a black sesame sauce.

Wild Honey, St. James

The interior of Wild Honey is swanky and elegant, which makes sense since it’s located in the glamorous Sofitel St. James Hotel. What’s surprising is how little money you need to spend in order to enjoy some fine dining.

If you stop in for a weekday lunch, you can experience three courses of exquisite European dishes for just $56.66 (£45).

The Dystart, Petersham

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