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20 thoughts on “FINDING FOOD PLACES IN CENTRAL LONDON // EXPLORING LONDON ON A BUDGET EP.01

  1. I am traveling to London in a few days and I am taking my DSLR but I feel nervous because what I read online about pick pocketers…is it safe? I saw you with your camera and you seemed relax.

  2. Trying to eat and drink out in London is a mental headache if you're on a tight budget and you won't enjoy the penny counting. It can be done but I think people need to come London with a generous budget to enjoy themselves. This is coming from a full time Londoner working professionally

  3. This is what I love about London–how much there is to see and soak in. I particularly love it around Seven Dials and Covent Garden even with all the tourists around! Timber Yard was one of my locals for a while so it was cool to see it in your vid. The city only gets better when you step a bit further out and discover the lesser frequented areas but I still love walking around central London!

  4. Great video Tim! Ben's cookies are the best!! A few other places to add to your list:
    Chequers – great sandwiches + soup for <£5 (Andrew's regular lunch spot!)
    Covent Garden Grind for a coffee/pastry.

    Can't wait to see the next video!

  5. Wow, what a huge backpack. The one I use for up to a week's traveling is smaller than yours. 😀 Got to say that I don't think £3.20 for a smallish coffee or biscuit is cheap; hopefully it was great coffee / biscuit. Great in showing some of the things you can do in Central London for free / reasonable cost. If you're doing East London, don't forget Brick Lane, St Katherine's docks and the like. Loads of things to do and see in West London other than Notting Hill, Shepherd's Bush market for one. Enjoying the series, keep up the good work.

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