No matter what your taste or budget, you can be sure there are lots of places to choose from for any meal. You might be looking for breakfast, lunch, dinner, a daytime snack or a late night snack after a night of hard partying. Your wallet doesn’t have to suffer just because you’re hungry.
There are so many places that offer food at cheap prices that it’s impossible to list them all here. There have been countless surveys done with different results. Here are just some of the leading results of these surveys.
Guzman y Gomez in Newtown offers the most authentic Mexican food in Sydney and won its particular vote by a landslide. However, Mad Mex in Surry Hills also offers some amazing Mexican cuisine and runs special food offers right through May just to tantalise your tastebuds.
If it’s burgers that you crave, then try Burgerman or The Burger Joint, both in Darlinghurst, Counter Burger in Crow’s Nest, or Paul’s Burgers (the oldest Burger establishment) in Sylvania. There are many different kinds of burgers on offer for your enjoyment.
If you love the beach, you’ll find plenty of cheap eats in Cronulla, Bondi, Manly, Avalon and Dee Why. If you’re shopping in the Pitt St. Mall, check out the food courts for plenty of international cuisine. There’s sure to be something that takes your fancy from some of the many stores here.
If you have a huge appetite, an all you can eat buffet might be more your style. Choose from Churasco’s choice cuts of Brazilian barbequed meat in Coogee, Sushi Choo’s seafood feast at lunch times in the heart of Sydney’s CBD or Govinda’s vegetarian Indian buffet in Darlinghurst, where you can also relax and enjoy a movie in the beanbags or on cushions while letting your food fully digest.
If you want to fill up on steak, then you have plenty of places to choose from. Coogee’s Five Os offer tantalising meals for only $5 and that includes all your sides as well as the steak. The Chelsea Hotel in Chatswood serves lunch and dinner services and offers a delicious rump steak for only $8.
If good old Aussie food is your thing, then check out Darlinghurst’s Bean Temple for delicious subs and sandwiches or Café Cz in Potts Point for good Aussie soups and other yummy tucker.
Although he may not offer cheap food, no food guide would be complete without mentioning the world-renowned Adriano Zumbo and his magnificent patisserie. Adriano creates the most amazing desserts you could ever hope to find. If you watched Master Chef, you would have seen his famous
towering profiterole creation known as the
croquembouche. It would be well worth a few extra dollars just to taste some of his delicious desserts.
Regardless of the type of cuisine you enjoy, you’re sure to find plenty of cheap options in Sydney and the surrounding suburbs. Cheap food doesn’t have to mean that it’s horrible. In fact, these places pride themselves in providing top quality food at bargain prices so why not enjoy the food on offer and save your money for other entertainment events while visiting Sydney.