Looking or an inexpensive dinner near Victoria Station
You probably would get better responses if you posted your question in the appropriate section --- Destination Q & A under England. I will have some recommendations for you. And define --- inexpensive.
Market Halls Victoria.
But I don't know if that's what you want, or a brick and mortar restaurant, or your price point for inexpensive. Might cost too much.
DFTacos is good there as are many others...
Hi, Denice. I just returned from London on Oct. 6, 2022. I had stayed in the Victoria Station area.) One of the owners of The Cherry Court Hotel (in Rick's books) recommended three restaurants for my needs. They were all in Cardinal Place which is across from Westminster Cathedral. That is the Catholic church, not the Abbey. I went to all of them and all were good. They were Brown's, Bill's, and Zizzi. And on a fun fact for the rest of the Forum members, I was told that the single room on the ground floor that I was in had been occupied by Rick when he had stayed there! Happy travels!
One of my go-to places in the area down beside the station is Le Pain Quotidian. Yes, it’s a chain. Yes, I’m vegan. Yes I can reliably get lovely food there!!
20 minutes away on foot Cellarium Cafe and Terrace. Or try a pub like the Marquis of Westminster.
We’ve gone to Nando’s a few times. I saw what around here used to be called broasted chicken and corn on the cob and I was in the door. From a fellow Ohioan. Informal and good. Have fun and safe travels.
I stayed at Cherry Court Hotel the first of September. A block away is St George’s tavern. Friend and I ate meat pies the first night she was there. Her flight from Dublin was delayed after a day at work, I had walked 8 miles sightseeing, so we wanted something close. We were only a couple blocks from Victoria Station.
St George’s is part of a small chain. We ate fish and chips at Covent Garden before seeing SIX. Both meals were good and Chelsea liked her beer.