I might have imparted you a thing or two about sleeping and general advice about traveling, but I have specific advice about every aspect of traveling. Traveling is fun, especially for those who know how to budget their allowances properly. Here are a few tips I’ve formulated on saving money on food during your trips.
The number one tip to save money on expensive restaurants and eateries is to go to a grocery and cook your food yourself. Some motels, hostels and apartments have cooking equipment inside the room, which allows tenants to cook the food they buy anywhere. Look for groceries and wet markets, and you’re all set with your food budget.
2. The Meal of The Day
If you’re looking to eat at this great extravagant restaurant near your location but you estimate you’ll get short by a few pounds, you could look at their menus and see what’s the meal of the day. A restaurant features a meal when it’s seasonal, when the ingredients are about to expire or when there’s a surplus of ingredients used to make them. Most of these meals are prepared by top-notch chefs and are more affordable when they’re featured.
3. Working for Food
If you’re boarding a luxury vacation, don’t take this tip. For backpackers and vacation loiterers who wish to stay longer in their location, you could actually work for the food you eat. Aside from board and lodging in Europe, most business owners would actually feed you for the job you did for that day.