When we rounded up some of the best cheap eats in Sydney recently, you, dear readers, went bonkers. It seems we may have underestimated just how much you love a good bargain (especially when it comes to delicious food!). So, to help you cut through the masses we've put together round two of the best cheap eats in Sydney for every day of the week.
Gaucho Monday's Burger Special at Bridge St Garage | CBD
Each Monday, Bridge St Garage offers up one of its delectable burgers for just $16.50. With gourmet fillings like Dry-aged Angus & Wagyu with Provolone cheese or rosemary lamb with olive and feta tapenade, you'll certainly get big bang for your buck. Did we mention it's served with crunchy hand-cut potato chips? Yes.
'Choose-Day' $15 menu at Otto Ristorante's The Larder | Woolloomooloo
Heat things up this winter with an affordable and delicious 'Choose-Day' specialty at The Larder. Brought to you by the highly skilled chefs at Otto Ristorante, menu highlights include lightly smoked salmon rillettes, steak tartare, and the classic fish and chips (done to perfection!).
$20 Pizza and Pint at The Angry Pirate | Redfern
Still looking for cheap eats in Sydney on a Tuesday night? Redfern hot spot The Angry Pirate offers an ultra-tempting $20 pizza-and-pint deal with generous toppings of Serrano ham, spicy chorizo, and smoked scamorza. There are also plenty of vegetarian options and even the choice of vegan cheese, so everyone is well catered for.
Wagyu Wednesdays at Paddington Inn | Paddington
Paddington Inn will surely cure your hump-day blues! The pub has recently undergone a glistening new makeover complete with a delectable new menu. We can't go past the Wednesday special, Wagyu sirloin with a glass of Postales Malbec for just $25—perfect for a chilly winter's eve.
Parma & Pint at 4 Pines Brewing Company | Manly
For punters on the northside, 4 Pines Brewing Company has got your Thursday nights sorted. Step into this Manly brew house for a chicken parma with chips, mash or salad, paired with an award-winning pint of your choice for $25. Yum.
Tapas Buy One, Get One Free at Jekyll & Hyde | Darlinghurst
There's double the fun to be had at Jekyll & Hyde each Thursday night. Featuring a selection of global share plates, you'll find something to suit every taste, plus buy one and get one free! Choose from tasty morsels such as crispy salt-and-pepper squid or braised lamb meatballs, and don't leave without trying the chocolate fondant with raspberry and vanilla cream (amazing!).
$12 lunch menu at The Carrington | Surry Hills
From 12-3pm each Friday, pick up lunch for a mere $12 at The Carrington. Choose from all your pub-food favourites, including southern-style fried chicken, burgers, schnitzels, and nachos, or go for something a little healthier like a chicken and barley salad. Pair it with your drink of choice and you'll still be left with change from a twenty, which is nothing to sneeze at.
$10 'legendary' jaffles at Neighbourhood | Bondi
The perfect late-night snack, at Neighbourhood the humble cheese jaffle is elevated to tasty new heights. Think fancy creations such as The Philly Cheesesteak with braised beef cheek, mustard pickle, and cheese, or go the childhood favourite with The Yankee (it's oozing with mac & cheese). The best part? They're just $10 a pop.
Famous Roast at Exchange Hotel | Balmain
Nothing says Sunday quite like a good old-fashioned roast. Balmain's Exchange Hotel is dishing it up just like mum used to make it . . . with all the scrumptious trimmings! For just $20, warm your bellies with this mouthwatering feast—you won't be sorry.
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