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Where's the Best Lunch Deal in the Brisbane CBD?

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by Vanessa (subscribe)
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Published February 22nd 2012
It is approaching midday and your in the middle of the Brisbane CBD. You're hungry like the wolf, but you only have loose change in your wallet - where can you go for a quick feed?

In this listing we have selected some of the very best cheap lunch spots in Brisbane, and I am sure many of our keen readers will have their own recommendations to share.

Taro's Ramen & Cafe Facebook Profile


To kick off this listing, I'll start with a particularly busy lunch spot; Taro's Ramen & Café. The weekday lunch menu features dishes around the $10 mark and you can choose from a chicken schnitzel sandwich, fish & chips or veggie patty burger, or opt for one of their renowned ramen dishes - which are priced between $10 and $15. The tonkotsu ramen is a particular favourite, as is the tsukemen. Yum.

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Still crave Japanese? Kadoya offers a range of bento boxes for $13.80. Choose from teriyaki beef, pork, chicken, fish or tofu or a chicken or pork katsu variety. Each bento box has rice, tofu, miso soup and salad. For less than a tenner, enjoy one of their beef or pork udon noodle soups or the house special, the spicy samurai undo, which is also priced under $10. The various curry dishes are also popular and are priced at $9.80 - there is even a cheese curry option. Has anyone tried that?

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Over at Brew, one can enjoy soup and bread for $4 at lunchtime or a gourmet sandwich for $8.50 - choose from beef, chicken, turkey, ham, salami and vegetarian varieties or opt for bruschetta. Sure it is a limited menu - but for under a tenner you can have a satisfying meal here.

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Aja Coffeehouse
is another lunch hotspot; menu highlights include the Aja omelette with rice ($12), vermicelli salad with poached chicken ($11) and the nasi goreng ($12). Most dishes on the lunch/dinner menu are priced between $11 and $19, but you can have one of their gourmet burgers for $12 - choose from snapper, chicken, steak and veggie varieties.

There are of course, many more great lunch spots in the Brisbane CBD, so if you know of a great cafe or restaurant which has a great lunch deal, please let us know about it by leaving a comment.

As always, we look forward to your feedback.
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I still think anything over $10 is expensive for lunch. There's a Japanese take out in Post Office Sq that does selected meals with rice for $5! Bargain!
by natgr (score: 0|4) 2767 days ago
Govinda's Vegetarian in Elizabeth Street, absolutely fabulous.
by jsaxt (score: 0|2) 2704 days ago

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