Hot Dinners rounds up some of the best set lunch deals in London's restaurants.
Who doesn't love a cracking set lunch deal? Right now it seems one of the top spots for doing just that in Soho is Rambla. Having heard that they had a new Menu del Dia in place - and it being a while since we were last in - we decided to head back to try it. And it's good to see that the place, besides being rammed, is still turning out freaking fantastic food.
If you haven't been before, this Dean Street restaurant is run by chef and
Camden gets a new healthy daytime spot to pep up lunches with salads, gluten-free wraps and more from the folk who run Hook on Parkway.
If your usual lunchtime routine consists of you dashing to Pret or nuking yesterday's leftovers in the office microwave, then Deliveroo have designs on you. They've just begun a lunchtime range of 'Flash Deals' offering dishes for under a fiver.
Every day a different restaurant partner will drop its price on a particular dish to £4.99 - and when you learn there's also no delivery fee, it suddenly becomes a lot more affordable. Folk they're teaming up with on the
If you live, work or are just generally passing through Soho, take note that the new Sophie's on Great Windmill Street will be opening a kiosk next to their restaurant which will be serving up steak sarnies every lunchtime.
The Pit Roast Steak Sandwiches cost £8 and will feature five hour pit roasted prime rib of beef from Philip Warren butchers served with fresh garden leaves and Sophie’s signature horseradish and charcoal crème on Arapina sourdough
You've got to hand it to Marcus Wareing - that man does not like to stand still. His latest idea combines the introduction of a new lunch menu at his two Michelin-starred restaurant at The Berkeley Hotel in Knightsbridge with food from his own farmstead Melfort Farm.
In particular, Wareing has shifted the spotlight on to other key members of his kitchen. The new menu is supposed to showcase "the personality and talent of each of its five most senior
If you're feeling a little strapped for cash, as the days stretch out until payday, we bring you good news. A pop up restaurant is hitting London next week serving up free lunches.
It's the PR brainchild of the brands Hellmann’s, Marmite and Knorr and the idea is to inspire Londoners to delve into their storecupboard at home and make something to eat from what they have already.
Motivated by survey findings that the public have on average just £28.26
We're always on the lookout for a new fast lunch idea that doesn't involve yet another trip to Pret. So the Dabba Mania lunch menu launching at Talli Joe on Shaftesbury Avenue sounds right up our street.
If you're not au fait with the concept (and we admit we weren't) dabbias are the three-tiered lunch box Bombay office workers make at home every day. The London version will see the restaurant serve up one vegetarian and one meat option each day for a tenner. And if it's