Cheap eats in Reading?
August 24, 2012
With The Royals and Reading Festival putting our beloved town firmly in the nation’s mind, a national newspaper has turned its spotlight on our top 10 budget eats.
And when you look at their mouth-watering chart it certainly shows what a tasty, multi-cultural and culinary town we are – but do you agree?
Here’s what the Guardian picked out:
Royal Tandoori, Duke Street.
Cafe Madras, Whitley Street.
Stewed! hot food kiosk, Reading Station.
Sweeney & Todd pie shop, Castle Street.
Tutu’s Ethiopian Table, RISC Global Cafe, London Street.
Mission Burrito, The Oracle.
Bill’s Restaurant, St Mary’s Church House, Chain Street.
Picnic deli-cafe, Butter Market.
Pepe Sale Sardinian restaurant, Queen’s Walk.
Pau Brasil Portuguese-Brazilian deli-cafe, Mount Pleasant.
Workhouse Coffee Company, George Hotel, King Street.
Do you agree? Can you top this tasty tally? Is your favourite food haunt listed?
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