From Tacos to Quesdillas, Burritos to Black Beans, this is Mexican food for those short on time who don’t want to compromise on quality, flavor, or nutrition.
Where to eat in Sydney for less. Sydney's Best Cheap Eats with descriptions, map of Sydney and suggestions on what to order.
Four In Hand Hotel – Paddington, 105 Sutherland Street (on the corner of Elizabeth Street)
Fisherman’s Wharf Seafood Restaurant – Pyrmont, Sydney Fish Market Chinese restaurant known for its Yum Cha, a.k.a Dim Sum in the States.
Poolside Cafe – Woolloomooloo, 1C Mrs Macquarie’s Rd
Spice I Am – Surry Hills, 90 Wentworth Avenue
Harry’s Cafe de Wheels – Chinatown and Woolloomooloo, Cowper Wharf Roadway
It’s all about the burgers at Grill’d and they take their craft seriously.
Mamak – Chinatown, 15 Goulburn Street
Doma Bohemian Beer Cafe – Kings Cross, 29 Orwell Street
Mamak, Sydney - best roti in Sydney
home thai sussex
Charlie and Co burger--Corner of Market St & Castlereagh St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
TIGER PRAWN & GREEN MANGO VIETNAMESE RICE PAPER ROLL, DUCK PANCAKES, SATAY CHICKEN WARM VERMICELLI SALAD
Sydney Madang – Chinatown, 371A Pitt Street The Korean barbecue experience seems a bit odd at first but is fun dining as you get to barbecue directly at your table.
Quick place for lunch, great central location. A good place to stop and refuel. Try: Sandwichs cooked by wood-fired oven or a mini calzone. Coffee is not too bad either.
Monster sandwiches on offer at this popular sandwich shop.
Chat Thai – Chinatown, 20 Campbell Street or New Location-Level 6 Westfield Centre.
Plan B Try: Dessert, in fact skip the sensible lunch options all together and go straight to dessert. If you’re on holiday, why not? Live a little.