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I know it depends a lot on your living style but in general what would be the avg daily expense in London considering my hotels are booked.....I ll be buying a weekly travel card (I think around 30GBP)....food....I love burgers n pizza's so a burger king, Mc D, pizza express etc would be good for us, may be to try we can go to some Indian restaurants one or two nights.

Travelling with a small baby...so no nightouts at all....may be 3-4 beers during the day.... that's it....

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Here's a list of chain restaurants and menus so you can look at the prices: https:/…edit

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McDonalds/Burger King: londontoolkit.com/blog/…

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What about the London attractions, shopping, markets, boat trips? It's going to cost alot more than a burger and a pint.

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Allow about £5 per person for a McDonalds meal or lunch in a chain sandwich place like Pret a Manger or Eat. If you're happy to take out, supermarkets and other shops like Boots do even cheaper sandwiches and often offer meal deals which include a drink and crisps with your sandwich for around £4. For a chain pizza restaurant like Pizza Express or a proper sit-down burger restaurant allow £10-£15 pp for the pizza/burger and £4 for a beer. Try Wagamama too, and you can get an Indian meal for about the same amount if you avoid the gourmet places. Lots of pubs (if you avoid the gastro-pub type) serve food at a similar sort of price and many are perfectly baby-friendly so don't necessarily discount them.

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