BYO restaurants in central London
All of the St John branches offer BYOB and generally serve sharing, tapas-style plates of British classics.
Meal for two: £70
Corkage: Steep, at £15 per bottle. They also charge £25 for sparkling wine, and £30–£50 for magnums. If you weren’t already feeling short-changed, there’s also a ‘cakeage’ charge of £6.90 per person if you bring your own birthday cake.
BYO restaurants in north London
BYO restaurants in east London
Small prices and huge portions make up for the tatty appearance of this Turkish restaurant, which specialises in satisfying chunks of charred meat.
Meal for two: £30
Corkage: No charge, although the restaurant serves its own selection of alcohol, so if you forget to BYO, don’t worry.
BYO restaurants in south London
BYO restaurants in west London
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