Sydney's Best Budget Eats

Sydney's Best Budget Eats

3 May 2017

Huong Xua, Vietnamese

 

 

 Huong Xua, Vietnamese

Photo via @reimasuda 

This gem serves the city's famous giant Pho and honestly, that's really all you need to know. With noddles, spice and crispy goodies in abundance hit up 4/217-219 Canley Vale Rd, Canley Heights for cheap, delicious city grub. 

 

Agua S 

Agua

Photo via @triana_tn 

This cloud of pure heaven is what dessert dreams are made of. We're talking about gourmet ice-cream smothered, dunked, toasted, glazed, and stuffed with some of the finer things in life. Fairy floss, toasted marshmallows (oh yeah), sea salt flavoured, arty, hipster black waffle cone situations and everything else that your calorie counter is telling you not to have. Did we mention, it's insanely Insta-gramable too? Check it out at 501 George St, Sydney NSW 2000. 

 

Zeus Street Greek

Zeus Street Greek

Photo via @zeebashahlori 

Saucy meat, yiros and grilled cheese. You'd better be there.  Better yet there's heaps of location and late opening hours. Perfect for after a night on the town, but we vote the nicest location is at 385 Sydney Rd, Balgowlah NSW 2093. Food for the gods! (pun intended). 

 

Tenkomori Ramen House 

Tenkomori Ramen House

 Photo via @139gram 

Some people think that money makes the world go round, wrong. It makes your third bowl of ramen go round is what is does and there's no a regret in sight. Don't even think about missing this one. Lunch time sees the lines of ramen-depraved city goes grow while the sound of slurping noodles and clicking chopsticks is your sign something good, very, very good is about to go down at Regent Place, 29/501 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000. 

 

Kanzi Fashion Cafe 

Kanzi Fashion Cafe

Photo via @hungry_co  

If you're unfamiliar with the Korean dessert culture, then you better school up fast. The sugary, syrupy, sticky goodness that is a Korean dessert house is beyond your wildest dreams. If it's your first time, opt for a Bingsu, or 'Bingsoo' if you're pronunciation sucks. This mix of shaved ice, contended milk and topping is all about that layering and way too pretty not to snap a picture first. They are usually made to share but hey, if you have one all to yourself, we're not judging. Head to  27-33 Goulburn St, Haymarket NSW 2000 for your fix. 

 

Frankie's Pizza

Frankie's Pizza

Photo via @year_of_kylie

Oh so authentic crusty cheesy pizza served with craft beer in a rock 'n' roll themed diner. Extra bonus, there's a pinball machine. Drag yourself there on a Friday night and you don't even need to leave. The weekend sees this corner turn into a locals only nightspot. Locals bands, decent priced drinks and killer pizza? The weekend is set. The town's best pizza is found at 50 Hunter St, Sydney NSW 2000. 

 

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