Where can you find the best value fine-dining meals in London? Assuming that -- at least according to the venerated judges at the rubber tire factory known as Michelin -- one-, two-, and three-starred restaurants are all of roughly commensurate quality, we did the maths, and found out where you’ll get the most bang for your belly...
For the one-star restaurants, we took the average price of a main course on their a la carte dinner menu, assuming that they A) had an a la carte, and B) had main courses (unlike, say, some tapas/sushi places). There are 51 single-star spots in the capital, here are the top 10 best value...
St. John (address and info)
The menu, and therefore prices, rotate daily here, but the average remains amazingly low. Consistently in the top 50 restaurants in the world, this is an incredibly good deal.
Average main: £18.50
Trishna (address and info)
An Indian spot, all of its seven menus have some great deals.
Average main: £19
The Harwood Arms (address and info)
Proudly declaring itself "the only Michelin-starred pub in London", the prices remain amazingly pub-like, considering the quality.
Average main: £22.50