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The Hungry Club

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by Lynne Cargill (subscribe)
I'm a grandmother, a retired teacher, an avid reader and Pinterest addict who loves historical re-enactment, English Country Dance, writing and Op Shopping. My business www.Step Into History.com.au is designed to help children experience history.
Published March 14th 2014
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1. It's always really clean.
2. There are cheap snack options.
3. There are different types of food.
4 .It's open in the afternoon when so many other places close.

Hungry Club, Salisbury cafes, asian, cheap meals
The recently opened Hungry Club at Salisbury.

Often around 3pm I'm starving but I don't want sweets or bakery items. This place is going to be my go to snack shop. I'd far rather have a spring roll or a club toast than a Danish or a muffin. The only thing I've eaten there so far is potato wedges. They were freshly cooked, not old and soggy, and they were delicious. The staff member was very friendly and pleasant.

Hungry Club, Salisbury cafes, asian, cheap meals
Clean, crisp white kept sparkling clean.


Hungry Club, Salisbury cafes, Asian, cheap meals
The Hungry Club

As well as Asian meals such as prawn fried rice, honey soy chicken and sweet and sour pork, you can also get old favourites like a BLT, crumbed chicken and wedges, burritos, and salt and pepper calamari. I didn't notice anything over $15.90.

Hungry Club, Salisbury cafes, Asian, cheap meals
Mains are around $12 but as you can see they have lots of inexpensive snacks.

The menu is changing as they become aware of local preferences, so don't be afraid to give feedback.

There's also a bookshop next door if you want to read as you eat.
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Why? Good food
When: Daily 11.00am to 8.00 pm
Phone: (07) 3277 6882
Where: Ainsworth Street, Salisbury
Cost: Reasonable
Your Comment
We do need more places to eat at

This appears to be a great place,with different food

We live in Maryborough,Qld and will head to Salisbury next time in Brisbane

Really would be great if we could get more types of restraunts in Maryborough

We love dining at all different country's restraunts every time we eat out
by oldies (score: 2|197) 1308 days ago
We have a great restraunt called Hoolihans in Hervey bay

Another fabulous place is called Gringos
by oldies (score: 2|197) 1308 days ago
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