Super Money Saving Guide: Eating out in Brisbane on a budget

Eating out in Brisbane on a budget

Are you a foodie, exploring Brisbane, are the holiday funds tight? Read our  Super Money Saving Guide and find out how to avoid cooking and explore this awesome city on the cheap! The following list will direct you in the art of eating out in Brisbane on a budget and you’re gonna love it too! Let’s get started.

Eating out in Brisbane on a budget – A Tasty Adventure!

The First rule to eating out in Brisbane on a budget is to scout out the fab food trucks

Food market in Brisbane

In this case we are looking at – The Bun Mobile Food Truck. Does the name appeal to the bread lover in you? It should, this cheap eatery is ideal for savouring delicious chow while exploring the Brisbane CBD, but as it’s a truck the restaurant on wheels enjoys stops at varied locations, just ask a local foodie about its favourite haunts. On the menu are Wagyu buns, pork buns and chicken buns; at $ 8 a piece you can go for seconds. www.facebook.com/thebunmobile

Trang Restaurant Brisbane

Trang comfort food at its best

The best place to enjoy a hot meal and eat for cheap in Brisbane, Trang is a Vietnamese come Chinese eatery offering delicious options of $10 noodle soup and more. www.trangrestaurant.com.au

Sings Asian Kitchen

This eatery boasts an out of this world Laksa soup for just $12.90. The dish is full of noodles, crunchy veggies and exotic flavours. One of the heartiest cheap meals in Brisbane you will ever enjoy. singsasiankitchen.com.au

Carolina Kitchen

Another fab place for eating out for cheap in Brisbane, Carolina Kitchen is where you can dig into some hearty American style, cheese burghers. At $ 9.95 this is some pretty cheap soul food, oh and there’s much more on the menu. www.facebook.com/carolinakitchenau

Rates are correct as of March 2019 and may vary.

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