Discussion in 'Geek Food' started by Masteraal, Apr 5, 2008.
Burgers & poutine, anyone?
big advocate of the hot wings and the pulled pork burger at this place
not so much a cheap eat if you are drinking too
Hunters Connection @ Hunters St, Sydney CBD
B&W coffee at $2.50!
Sushi at 5 for $5 + a cup of miso soup.
Wait until 2pm and there's takeaway boxes for $3.50-$5.
Rising Sun Workshop
Ramen looks good. Have it with coffee. Service your bike.
Dunno if it's been posted or not, but you can get all you can eat pizza at Whitto's in Engadine for $12 on all nights except Friday and Saturday i think.
are they any good though?
OCAU eating challenge???
They won't compare to Via Napoli. It isn't exactly a cheap eat ($20~ pizza), but so amazing.
Agreed with Via Napoli.
The Passage in Darlinghurst. All you can eat (awesome) sliders on Wednesdays as well as 2 for 1 cocktails!
Sliders are pork belly, cheeseburger, chicken katsu and haloumi. I had 18, intend to try beat it
All their other good details are on their webpage:
Yes it is good. My mates brother owns the place.
Awesome pizza and ribs are pretty good too.
Oxford Tavern has a cheeseburger eating comp...
Yeah man they're pretty good hey. I'd be keen for an eating challenge haha. I went a couple weeks ago and barely got through an entire pizza. So much topping!!
Anyone know where around eastwood/cbd which does cheapish decent chinese. Wanting like a solid fried rice/salt and pepper squid/sweet and sour pork etc.
Anyone know where you can get these smokie/cured fish thingies in Sydney?
Saw them on Louie and man they look delliiish
Ikea? (just a guess seeing as herring is hugely popular in Sweden)
Hmm, i'll give that a go actually. Not the same product I don't think but i'll try.
Make your own?
You had me at pork belly.
Must go there this week.
Crispy pork skin long buns for $12-ish
Or just buy the pork crackles and eat it like chips!
Manpuku in Kingsford is easily in Sydney's top 3 ramen, IMO. I feel uncomfortable naming the other 2 in case of flaming . Fairly cheap as well.
Worth travelling from wherever - as evidenced by the constant stream of Japanese people coming in cross-city on some kind of ramen pilgrimage
Cheap eats mainly in Sydney