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The smell of the fragrant broth permeates the carpark restaurant from the open kitchen. Our tip: try the beef.

Needless to say, this is a vegetarian no-go zone. Once you bite into a Half Moon falafel, there's no going back. Jostle your way to the counter of this unassuming little joint and order a warm pocket of tabouli, chickpeas, hommus, garlic yoghurt, pickles and black olives.

They'll smoosh three crunchy Egyptian falafels onto the fillings to reveal a soft, bright green middle. Demolish it in the communal courtyard outside and take a moment to appreciate Coburg's diverse population: students, musos, artists and Middle Eastern families, for a start.

It was in this time of absolute despair that a beacon of light appeared, and it came in the form of a humble delivery service that went by the name of Lasagne.

It may operate as an actual brick-and-mortar venue in Thornbury now, but luckily for us, the lasagne is still king. For some of the best homestyle Lebanese food in Melbourne at honest prices, Taita's House is your best bet. To really amp up the value, make sure you head in on a Tuesday night to take advantage of the date night special.

Bowltiful needs no introduction, but for the uninitiated, it is one of the city's most popular noodle purveyors. Chewy hand-pulled noodles find their perfect home inside a bowl of rich broth, beside chunks of tender halal beef, which are topped with fresh, tingling chilli oil and herbs.

All Bowltiful chefs train for at least six months to become experts in crafting the noodles, and each serve of noodles is hand-pulled to order.

The menu boasts many tempting dishes alongside the popular braised brisket noodle soup, such as braised lamb flap noodle soup, dry noodles, stir-fried tomato, egg and soybean paste sauce, and minced beef with soybean paste and noodles.

Thin flat noodles are stir-fried over a hot wok, imparting that beautifully charred and smoky flavour vital to any char koay teow. The noodles are tossed with prawns, lap cheong, scrambled egg, bean sprouts, pork lard, chives and chilli that you can tailor according to your spice tolerance.

To know Master Lanzhou noodles is to love Master Lanzhou noodles. The ubiquitous Melbourne chain serves authentic Lanzhou beef noodle soups with hand-stretched-to-order noodles and rich soup that is pure, concentrated beef flavour.

Our pick is the signature homemade beef noodle soup that has melt-in-the-mouth slow-cooked beef chuck along with its special chilli oil, coriander and white radish. The premise is clear.

Try coconut sambal, the tongue-puckering sour lime pickle, pineapple chutney and the chilli paste for extra heat. The stuffed, fried Turkish flatbread of a gözleme is best enveloped around a combo of cheese and spinach, but the legends at Göz City whose humble origins started at South Melbourne Market offer a number of fillings including herbed chicken, minced meat or mushroom and veg.

The göz are even made to order by the gözleme masters who roll dough as you watch on. There are also sucuk sausage and egg pides or böreks for those looking for something else in dough form.

But did you also know this easy-to-wipe-down, high-turnover cafeteria does late night supper? They serve it here in all its forms — savoury, with pools of fragrant and fluid curry sauce, and an equally giving lentil mix for running the soft bread through; sweet, as a delicate towering sugar-coated cone with fresh banana slices and a melting blob of ice cream, or stuffed to the seams with minced pork, cabbage and egg murtabak.

Biang Biang Noodle House is home to springy, long and flat hand-pulled wheat noodles tossed in accompaniments like stewed pork, slow-cooked beef, and tomato and egg, as well as a ton of chilli oil. The fact that Biang Biang is perennially packed speaks to its appeal.

What has remained the same is the amazing array of food on offer. Think tempeh and green beans stir-fried in red chilli paste, crisp deep-fried ox lung, spicy chicken, jackfruit curry, beef rendang and so much more. The pork bone broth simmered for no less than hours is soft and creamy without being heavy, sporting a level of gelatinousness that slips rather than sticks.

Thin and bitey wheat noodles, made in-house, are just the right vehicle for the lower-viscosity tonkotsu soup, while sliced spring onion, pickled bamboo shoots, seaweed and a jammy soy egg tick the customary topping boxes. For a quick, cheap, no-frills Japanese noodle experience, head to Udon Yasan.

After paying for your noodles and sides, avail yourself of free toppings that include fried tempura flakes, spring onion, grated radish, bonito flakes and an array of sauces.

In any case, this cheap eat is an absolute steal. The menu is simple and it's cheap. Everything from the dips eggplant, tarama, hummus and tzatziki to the desserts baklava and rice pudding is made fresh daily using tried and true recipes from Stalactites.

A trip to the Bakehouse is incomplete without a crisp, bready borek stuffed with punchy feta and spinach, aromatic lamb and veggies, or spiced potatoes.

If you feel like some other doughy goodness, opt for a pide stuffed with sucuk and egg or chicken and mushroom. Whatever you choose, it's unlikely to cost you more than a tenner. Dodee Paidang's first restaurant is hidden in an unobtrusive basement off Little Collins Street. The next two outposts can be found on Swanston Street and in Box Hill.

Whichever one of the colourful, low-fi and community-driven restaurants you choose, they will all be packed to the brim with Thai natives. Dodee is proud of its origins, gracious in its delivery and delicious in every bite, and we salute it for not pandering to a Western palate.

Renowned chef Eyal Shani did us all a favour when he brought his Israeli pita empire to Melbourne's Hardware Lane. You'll also find the French Provençal stewed vegetable dish of ratatouille is given a new lease of life in pita form, with caramelised eggplant and onion finding an unfamiliar, yet perfectly sound pairing in creamy dollops of tahini and a half-boiled egg.

Sal's is one of a handful of Melbourne pizzerias that can lay claim to serving an authentic New York slice. It's not just that Sal's chooses to make a New York slice, it is that Sal's is a branch of the New York pizzeria established back in the s in Little Neck, Queens.

Brian Leo, specialty pie maker, was transported to Melbourne to ensure Sal's was serving up true New York slices. All the recipes have been developed by Sal himself, using Wisconsin mozzarella, Californian tomatoes and freshly milled flour from the Big Apple.

Order giant slices of pizza, doughy garlic knots loaded with crushed garlic and parmesan or half a kilo of buffalo wings if that's what tickles your fancy. Owner Thomas Deliopoulos relocated from Greece to Melbourne and brought with him his family and a passion for smokey souva.

Go here for meat skewers, fresh pita bread, family platters, traditional salads and housemade tzatziki all for a really good price. Just watch us. The dumplings are ugly-beautiful: a loose mince of oily mackerel, fragrant with ginger, coriander root and chives, captured in the thinnest white dinner jacket.

You can easily have an all-out feast here for less than a cool fifty. The xiao long bao was a dumpling of intrigue and mystery to non-Shanghainese diners and the perpetrator of many burnt tongues when this dumpling house first quietly opened up in But three venues later, it has secured its place as a leader in delivering perfect XLBs.

There are five different varieties available, and other classic favourites like shu mai, wonton soup, spring onion pancakes, mapo tofu and kung pao chicken.

Most Melburnian diners are by now familiar with Hainanese chicken rice, the dish where silky poached chicken is served with a bowl of rice cooked in the same stock as the chicken to tantalising results, accompanied by a medley of spring onion, ginger and garlic chilli sauces.

Crowds wait patiently for baguettes which are baked on-site daily, stuffed with housemade butter, pâté , cold cuts like pork loaf and fromage de tête, tomato-braised meatballs, lemongrass pork, deep-fried tofu and the holy trinity of pickled carrot, fresh cucumber and coriander alongside Maggi seasoning and fiery rounds of chillies.

It's not just the baguettes that people are waiting for. In what would normally be the drinks fridge are containers full of that same housemade pâté , fermented pork and vac-sealed pork loaf for people to purchase so they can make their own bánh mì at home.

Ca Com Bánh Mì Bar is the Covid baby of fine diner Anchovy , which has now transitioned into a Laotian eatery called Jeow , and is the brainchild of chef-owner Thi Le and partner Jia-Yen Lee. Lockdowns may be over, but Ca Com Bánh Mì Bar is going strong.

And while the bánh mìs here are a little pricier than the average roll, they boast unusual fillings like jungle-spiced Laotian pork sausage, chicken marinated in turmeric and coconut, and sardines cooked in tomato sauce — all worth every penny.

With the opening of its CBD store scuppered by you-know-what in early , it resurfaced in a pop-up off Brunswick Street to resounding success among Fitzroy locals. In addition to the CBD and Fitzroy outposts, a newish store has opened up in Brunswick East, so there's no excuse not to seek out one of these great value sandwiches.

The absolute must-try dish is its famed porchetta roll, where slow-roasted pork is nestled in a warm ciabatta with a holy trifecta of sauces salsa verde, sweet spicy sambal and mustard. Tearing into the crunchy, deep caramel crust of Wild Life Bakery's sourdough feels like a holy communion with carbs.

At Fitzroy old-timer Sonido, the arepa takes centre stage. Opened in by Colombians Santiago Villamizar and Carolina Taler, the café has made the humble arepa a household name. The flatbreads are made the traditional way: whole Australian corn is cooked, mixed, ground and shaped into rounds that are grilled to produce mild-tasting disks blistered with char.

They can be eaten on their own but are even better crowned with proteins and vegetables. We are here to help! These bargain meals are great options for budget friendly eating in Reykjavík.

Looking for a cheap eat in Reykjavik? Below are some of the best places to get a tasty, warm meal in Reykjavik without having to spend too much money:. Iceland is known for its hot dogs , and this legendary hot dog stands in Reykjavik has a legion of loyal and famous customers — Bill Clinton has even eaten here — and comes with a world-class reputation.

The hot dogs are boiled in pilsner beer and garnished with ketchup, sweet mustard, fried onion, raw onion and remolaði, a mayonnaise-based sweet relish. Once the best-kept secret in Reykjavik, Noodle Station is now regarded as one of the top fast food places in all of Iceland.

The chain has two locations in the city, one in Laugavegur, and another in Kringlan. The restaurant specializes in authentic Asian soup, which comes in three varieties — beef, chicken or vegetable. Made from a secret recipe handed down through the generations, the hearty veggie noodle soup is the perfect winter-warming dish.

Ingólfstorg, Reykjavík you can find other locations here. The eatery serves up some of the best subs and burgers around and is the perfect option for diners on a budget. The restaurant offers a great selection with lots of varieties of sub to choose from.

The prices range from to kr, the more meat, the more expensive. Regular sandwiches are available for kr. Our last president Ólafur Ragnar is even known to grab one Þriðjudagstilboð every now and then. All over, the one at Skúlagata has seats. Here you see all the locations. Every Tuesday, Dominos offer a medium size pizza, with three toppings, for only kr!

Vegans can also enjoy a tasty vegan-friendly burger, served with fried mushrooms, onion, BBQ sauce and vegan cheese yes, such a thing exists! for kr as well. The Deli sells pizza by the slice and lots of tasty paninis, making it the perfect lunch option when sightseeing downtown.

Two slices of pizza cost kr, and there is a nice selection of paninis for kr a piece. One of the cutest things about The Deli is that the chef grows all the herbs, oregano and basil and such at home.

Here you can pick up cheap and cheerful chips and coke combo for only kr, or a large portion of chips for kr. Another Icelandic classic!

A small portion of fries costs kr, a ham sandwich is available for kr and cheeseburgers are offered for kr. Generally, Icelanders are split into two groups — Hlöllabátar fans or Nonnabiti fans. Our advice is to try both and see which one lights up your taste buds!

The classic Subway sandwich has long been a favorite with foodies across the globe, and Iceland is no exception. There are plenty of options 6-inch sub available in a price range of kr. The cheapest inch sub is the Veggie, costing only kr.

Mandi serves up a taste of authentic Middle Eastern cuisine right in the heart of Reykjavik. Mandi is a local favorite with their kebabs, falafel and hummus going down a treat. A portion of Lebanese stuffed pitas with fries Arias Maria costs kr, while a large portion of chips costs kr.

Falafel bowl starters are available for kr and the price of the falafel sandwiches is slightly higher then kr, they cost kr. Still perfect if you need to pick up some lunch on the cheap! Customers can order anything from succulent BBQ ribs, juicy burgers and crispy chips.

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We recommend the Spicy tuna roll featuring crispy tempura bits, cucumber, and beautiful tuna. A post shared by miogelatokingston miogelatokingston. A few doors down from White Mountain, this gelato shop gives the Ontario Street ice cream haven a run for its money.

All are made onsite with local ingredients whenever possible, and each is as thick and decadent as those found in your summer dreams.

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The samosas are crispy, soft, and full of flavour. This dish is perfect for wanting to feel full and satisfied! These are vegetarian samosas served on a bed of curried chickpeas with a trio of sauces.

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This 3 oz patty is served with your choice of topping and all the greasy love in the world. A post shared by Pan Chancho Bakery panchanchobakery. Their earlier hours make it easy to stop in on your way to work to grab what you need.

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