Cheap Eats In Chelsea

Chelsea? Yeah, it's totally known for its affordability. Obviously that's a massive lie, but there are ways of keeping the damage down when dining out in the Royal Borough. From friendly chain restaurants waiting to feed you up on tasty pasta plates, to local spots offering budget-friendly bites and decently-priced drinks, these are our top picks for cheap eats in Chelsea.  

Kona Kai

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Happy Hour ( Sunday to Thursday 4pm -8pm, Friday - Saturday 4pm-6pm. *NOT AVAILABLE ON MATCH DAYS). 2 cocktails £12, Bottle of Prosecco £20, Bottle of House Wine £13.5.

Escape to the tropics every Tuesday and Wednesday where the tiki bar is serving up holiday prices with £5 pizzas (Tuesday) and burgers and beers for a tenner (Wednesday). Get there before 9pm and you can pair this with their happy hour offers, because nothing washes cheap eats down quite like a £12 bottle of wine.