[SYD] Cheap Eats

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  1. water_ling

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    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.

    Cheap!
     
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  5. Digit

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    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.

    http://www.whittospizza.com/
     
  6. Stooge007

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    are they any good though?

    OCAU eating challenge???
     
  7. FFC

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    They won't compare to Via Napoli. It isn't exactly a cheap eat ($20~ pizza), but so amazing.
     
  8. Oppressa

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    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 :D

    All their other good details are on their webpage:
    http://thepassage.com.au
     
  9. bourny

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    Yes it is good. My mates brother owns the place.

    Awesome pizza and ribs are pretty good too.
     
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    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!!
     
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    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.

    Cheers
     
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    Ikea? (just a guess seeing as herring is hugely popular in Sweden)
     
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    Hmm, i'll give that a go actually. Not the same product I don't think but i'll try.
     
  16. connico

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    Make your own?
     
  17. Zee

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    You had me at pork belly.

    Must go there this week.

    Z...
     
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    Manpuku in Kingsford is easily in Sydney's top 3 ramen, IMO. I feel uncomfortable naming the other 2 in case of flaming :D. 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
     
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