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3 Places to Have Lunch for Under $15.00 in Subiaco

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Published April 18th 2013
Great Places to Eat on Rokeby Road, Subiaco
Subiaco is known for its amazing cuisine and shopping outlets. Sometimes having a good, yet inexpensive lunch, is just perfect for those catch up moments with friends. Here are three places I found that offer a great lunch for under $15.00.

1. Curry for $10.00
Chutney Mary has an amazing lunch time special whereby you can choose Rogan Josh, Butter Chicken, Yellow Dahl or Veggie Curry for only $10.00. All dishes are served with rice.
Found on the corner of Rokeby Road and Hay Street.



2. Taiwanese for $12.90
Six Senses, found next to Elizabeth's bookstore, offers you a range of options to leave you 100% satisfied. Choose from Pad Thai, Pad See Ew, Chilli Basil Noodle, Cashew Nut Noodle, Thai Green Curry or Panang Curry. All served with vegetables.

Thai Restaurant
Thai Cuisine in Subiaco
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3. Café for only $13.00
Ogilives café is a rustic café situated on the corner of Hamersley and Rokerby Road. You can choose from Toasted Focaccia, Lamb Tikka, Chicken Sweet Corn Tortilla, Vegetarian Tarts, plus many more. All dishes are made on the day and are served with greens.
PLUS: mention that you read this article on WeekendNotes, and you will receive a complimentary Baby Cinno with any order over $3.00 to keep those kids happy. Perfect for the holidays.

Leaf Tea Cafe
Gold Plated Tea Cup - what an experience
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Where: Subiaco
Cost: Under $15.00
Your Comment
I never knew dining out would be so cheap.
by GilliansCamera (score: 2|333) 1905 days ago
What are there North of River?
by SocialHummingBird (score: 3|1161) 2007 days ago
To note, Thailand and Taiwan are two different places. Because part of both locations have Chinese residents, there are similarities between their cuisines, but fundamentally, Thai food is different from Taiwanese food.
by erabl (score: 0|2) 2004 days ago
Yep, Six Senses is Thailand. Source: Cousin owns the place :-)
by jeffr (score: 0|2) 2002 days ago
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