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What are the best low-budget restaurants in Melbourne?

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It seems everyone is on a budgets these days, but that shouldn’t mean you can’t enjoy a meal out every now and then.

What are some of the best low-budget restaurants in Melbourne?

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Shanghai Dumpling House, Tattersalls Lane for dumplings
Ninh Kieu, Victoria St for pho
Xiao-Ting Box, Victoria St for dumplings
Colonel Tan's, Chapel St for Thai
Gurkhas, Chapel St for Nepalese
The Lucky Coq, Chapel St for pizza
Trippy Taco, Fitzroy
Crossways is the cheapest and has the best food!
I really like Don Don and Hanaichi for a hearty rice meal.
Yes, I agree that Crossways is really good value. I haven't been for a while so I can't remember the exact price but I do know it's great value as you can keep coming back for seconds or even thirds...if you're really hungry. Gopal's, the other Hare Krishna restaurant about a block away, is slightly more expensive but still good value compared to most other places in the city.
I'll be sure to check out Crossways! I found Lazy Moe's good value and the serving sizes were huge so you can share a plate!
Crossways and Om vegetarian on Swanston, Delhi Rocks on King st, Thai culinary Elizabeth st
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