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Munching on Good Food in the UK for Less

Dine with Great Food for Less

Even when you’re a non-resident in the UK, you are still eligible for UK tax refunds if you’ve overpaid tax on income you received in the UK. This is not an excuse to splurge before you can claim back tax though. This article provides tips on how you can save money while travelling UK locations, especially when it comes to dining.

You don’t need to eat bad food to save money. You just need to know tricks that have proven easy on the budget.

Good Food for Less

Dine at a Pub

When you find one that serves good food, you’ll be satisfied with the low cost and generous portions. You’ll come out of there with your tummy full and your pocket only slightly lighter.

Try Ethnic Dishes

They’re cheaper than fast food but taste amazingly delicious. And eating something new and different from what you’re accustomed to it is an adventure in itself.

Dine Out During Lunchtime

Some of the fancy restaurants in the UK give diners an opportunity to sample their specials during lunch. You may only get to eat the 3-course meal out of the 5 but it will be worth it.

Go Chinese

In most parts of the UK, you’ll get excellent value for your money in Chinese restaurants. For about £10, you can stuff on two courses, rice, and a cup of tea to end your meal with a healthy flare.  

Eat Fish and Chips

Given the generous portions you get from a local chippie, you can practically share a meal with someone else. You can satisfy your hunger and save money at the same time. As a non-resident in the UK, eating fish and chips is the true British experience.

Fill Up With Free Samples

If it’s market day, you can sample lots of treats from market stalls. Work your way through a large market and you’ll be full by the time you find the exit.

Where do you want to start filling up for less?

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