We at eatSouthBank are firm believers that feeding the little ones shouldn’t come with a large price tag! Toss out the soggy sandwich and bruised fruit, because we present you with the top cheap eats for the little ones these school holidays…
1. Burger Urge
Home to the $9 mini cheeseburger, Burger Urge will hook you up with the ultimate cheap feast. Stroll in and immerse yourself in the restaurants funky décor and get your belly ready for the tastiest eats (minus the hella-large price tag).
2. Fins and Feathers
Fins and Feathers do a very good job of living up to its claim of quality, delicious and cheap authentic fish and chips (we love it!). From classic staples like fish, hot chips, potato scallops and pineapple fritters, F&F’s have you covered.
Boasting their $5 6-inch sanga, Subway is a natural go-to for inexpensive and healthy food. We suggest you get your hands on the pizza sub with cheese (watch out, we might beat you to it!)
4. Magical Rice
We never met a sushi we didn’t like! Whether you’re a chicken, pork or tofu lover, Magical Rice is a firm favourite for inexpensive sushi lovers all over Brisbane. We’re also partial to the dumplings and steam buns – if you can fit them in!
Nando’s is a South Bank institution offering delicious chicken in all its glorious forms. They’re famous for their scrumptious chicken burgers and wraps which pack in all the good flavours; it’s all easy on the wallet too!
6. Dot. Espresso
Prep your tastebuds, you’re in for a real treat! Whether fresh juices, mouth-watering milkshakes or delicious sandwiches are your muse, Dot. Espresso have you covered. The best part? Contrary to its five-star health food appeal, the food won’t hurt your wallet at all!
7. Brooklyn Slice
Mamma mia! Despite its humble setting, Brooklyn Slice are famous for their low-priced daily made pizzas, pastas and desserts – now that’s what we’re here for!
8. Cosmos Café
Whether you’re craving a fresh sandwich, salad or burger, you can always count on Cosmos Cafe to come through with the cheap goods. Trust us, we’ve done the hard (eating) work and our wallets aren’t crying.
9. Espresso Garage
Breaky muffins? Ham and cheese toasties? Banana bread?! Now we’re talking! Espresso Garage are the true hero of food that is filling and inexpensive. The best part? They never skip on the quality, so you know you’re getting a good pick-me-up every time.
Famed as the home of Insta-worthy poke bowls, Suki’s menu is worth the hype. Mark our words, you (and your wallet) will not regret this tasty choice.
Psst... the little ones will love Kids Collective at South Bank.