Cheap eats at South Bank
On a budget? That's ok, there's options a-plenty. Discover South Bank's cheap eats.
Authentic modern Lebanese cuisine including freshly-made saj flatbreads.
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Bahn Mee Time on Grey Street serves affordable and popular Vietnamese dishes including banh mi, noodle salads, rice paper rolls, and pho.
All burgers at Burger Urge are handmade using top-quality produce. There are also vegetarian, low-carb and wheat-free options available.
Cactus Republic serves authentic Mexican style dishes made from fresh and local ingredients and features a bar offering frozen margaritas, Mexican beers and a selection of tequilas.
Originally inspired by the mechanics of beer traversing a conveyor belt at an Asahi beer factory, the invention of the sushi conveyor belt has taken the world by storm.
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Like all great revolutionaries, Guzman y Gomez started with one simple passionate belief: that the hearts and palates of Australia would embrace the flavours of Mexican.
Located on Little Stanley St, Hop and Pickle serve up a range of drinks, tasty bar snacks and traditional pub food with an elegant twist.
Main Street Market offers a special flavoured shake menu, coffee and sweet treats including doughnuts and cronuts.
From the family that brought you the much-loved dining venue 'Trang' in West End, comes Mrs Luu’s Vietnamese Canteen.
Famous for its Portuguese flame-grilled, butterfly-cut chicken, Nando's adds a touch of spice to The Parklands.
New York Slice is the home of authentic New York style pizza, made fresh in front of you using fresh, quality ingredients, it’ll feel like a slice of New York in South Bank.
P’nut Street Noodles serves delicious authentic southeast Asian street style noodles, soups and salad.
Located in the Southpoint building, Stone Artisan Bakers specialises in sourdough bread, gourmet pies and cakes.
With the effortlessness of a fast food joint, Subway at Central Cafes is a convenient way to inject dining out with a health-conscious twist.
Located on South Bank’s bustling Grey Street, Suki is a specialty poké bowl and sushi burrito shop. Suki’s philosophy is ‘pole to roll (or bowl)’ and they source only the highest-quality and most sustainable ingredients.
The Burrito Bar is re-creating the experience of feasting on fuss-free Mexican street fare.
The Manhattan Line, a raw New York City influenced whiskey bar serving up killer dogs, is bringing a new style to the streets of South Bank.
Enjoy delicious pitas stuffed with your choice of meats, cheese and vegetables. There's also salads and low carb or gluten free options for the health conscious.
Tippler's Tap is a casual, cosy craft beer bar offering 13 taps of independent beer and cider as well as a menu inspired by the Chicago street-food scene.
With traditional souvlas including lamb, chicken, pork and haloumi, plus tasty Greek-style salads, dips, sides, and dessert, it's the perfect place for a fast and fresh dine-in, takeaway or home-delivered Greek fix.
For restaurant, cafe, dessert, fine dining and bar options at South Bank head to the 'Eat and drink' page.