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London and Paris - April 23rd 2014, 01:54 PM

I'm going to London and Paris for a school trip from April 25 to may 1 I was wondering if there is any good cheap places to eat there let me know

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Re: London and Paris - April 23rd 2014, 03:22 PM

Not sure about Paris but London has a lot of the chain eating places like Subway, McDonalds, KFC etc. and they're usually pretty cheap. There's also a UK chain store called Greggs which sells really good pies and sausage rolls, if this is your first time coming to the UK I definitely recommend going there

I assume as its a school trip you'll be going to the touristy places which means things will probably be more expensive as they like to get more profits from the tourists. However, if you see any side streets there may be hidden cafés there which aren't as expensive and look out for people selling food from vans as they're likely to be cheaper too.

You could also buy sandwiches and salads from supermarkets rather than restaurants as they'll be a lot cheaper.

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