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The Best Restaurants that are Easy on the Wallet – Cheap Eats and Good Bites

Brisbane is a popular resort where all kinds of tourist browse the many restaurants; if you have classy taste-buds and a limited budget you're in luck! Here are some of the best cheap eats in town.

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Asian Cuisine Rocks

The number of Asian restaurants in Brisbane is astounding; best of all the food is pretty good. If you are hankering for some fresh dumplings check out the likes of Steamed, Fat Dumpling, New Shanghai and Harajuku Gyoza; while Japanese sushi and other delights are cheap and tasty at places such as Taro's Ramen, LR Sushi, Ginga and Sushi Kotobuki. There is also the delight of tasting budget-friendly Vietnamese food at Trang, Roll'd, Fat Noodle and Little Saigon Grill. Then there are the exotically delicious tastes of India served at Punjabi Palace and KanishK or Korean treats at Noritor and Madtongsan. The best venue for a choice of Asian eateries is 8 Street at Westfield Garden City. The China Town atmosphere coupled with $ 5 beers is hard to beat.

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Eat Street

The Brisbane markets are top venues for those of you looking for cheap local delights. Every Wednesday the city centre is treated to the Jan Power Market where you can purchase fresh produce and delicious home cooked lunches and fresh juices. Eat Street and Boundary Street Markets are fabulous venues for tasting just about any type of food under a twilight sky. Eat Street is made up of eateries located in containers while Boundary Street with its live music and holiday atmosphere is super for an evening out in the open; if you are located at a cost effective Brisbane city hotel and love exploring the eateries, Boundary Street a short distance from Oaks Mews is ideal for satisfying your hunger pangs.

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American Style Fast Food

Burger hubs are perfect for diners on a budget and lately they have been inundating all corners of Brisbane. The typical American style diners serve hearty burgers and fries at costs that won't dent your wallet. You can try the likes of Ben's Burger, DA Burger, Miss Kay's and Red Hook to name a few. German sausages are served at Brat House while authentic hot dogs are available at G-Doggz, 5 Dogs, The Manhattan Line and Greaser. Of course, the humble bagel is quite a treat at 'The Bagel' and is a must visit.

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Cheap European Cuisine

The West End is best for cheap and delicious Greek cuisine; traditional favourites are available at very cost effective prices at restaurants such as Lefkas Taverna and Little Greek Taverna. If your heart desires Italian check out Vespa Pizza, Verve, Sophia's Gourmet and others. The Brisbane German Club is lauded for a fine selection of cheap German food such as heaped servings of Schnitzel, mashed potatoes and fresh vegetables.

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Value Dining at Local Restaurants

There are of course many local restaurants that offer value dining. Hot & Pickle, The Khan Brothers and Beccofino are just some of the eateries offering fusion cooking at prices that will not astound.

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