Save big bucks dining out in London by taking your own drinks! Three BYOB restaurants in London.
Since the recession first reared its head in 2008, we have all had to ‘tighten our belts’ to some degree. For many of us, wining and dining in the capital has become a rare treat rather than a regular ritual.
If you have found that eating and drinking out and about in the capital has taken a considerable ‘back seat’ in recent years, you may be interested in dining at venues where taking your own booze is permitted, because after all, everybody knows that it’s the drinks that really boost up the price of a meal!
Below are three BYOB restaurants in London where you could save big bucks by taking your own beverages.
Being one of the trendiest, hippest and scrumptious steakhouses in London, El Gaucho in Chelsea is not the kind of restaurant that one would normally expect would encourage bringing your own plonk. On the contrary however, the Argentinian El Gaucho allows guests to munch happily through a piece of fine imported beef whilst sipping of their favourite bottle of Rioja for a fraction of the price it would cost in a restaurant.
Diwana Bhel Poori House
If you are craving an Indian that does not involve being sat in front of the television, there a fair few Indian restaurants that permit the consumption of guests own drink. One such Indian is the Diwana Bhel Poori House, close to Euston Station, which offers great tasting and fantastic value meals, which, when coupled with the fact that you can take your own bottle, means a great meal out is within reach without costing the earth.
This satirically named French restaurant located in Notting Hill runs ‘own booze’ nights from Sunday until Tuesday. The Bloody French serves delicious, superbly presented meals that are very reasonably priced, a vital concoction that results in a highly popular and successful restaurant.