The most delicious graveyard in town, and a perennial savior of budget travelers. Under the sanctuary of the historic St Martin-in-the-Fields church at Trafalgar Square, atop the gravestones of 18th-century Londoners, one of the West End’s sharpest bargains is served. The menu at this dependable cafeteria changes daily, but the satisfying options always include a few hot meat mains, a vegetarian choice, soups, salads topped with meats, and a sweet apple crumble with custard, all homemade. This church keeps the wine and draft beer flowing, the soup-and-sandwich-or-pudding deal is £7 and afternoon tea is but £10. April to September, it also serves alfresco on the plaza at street level. Bottom line: It’s fun, delicious, central, and a budget savior.