There is panoply of affordable restaurants in Sydney that live up to every penny gourmets spend on flights tickets to travel to Australia. Here is a rundown to popular eateries that promise wonderful eating experience without creating a hole in pocket.

A guide to affordable restaurants in sydney

 A Guide to Affordable Restaurants in Sydney

Australia’s largest city, Sydney has a passion for food and it can be seen at every suburb that shines with more than one gourmet restaurants and chic café. East Circular Quay, Chinatown and Darling Harbour and King St Wharf are filled to brim with eateries that regale with best of local Aussie fare and international cuisines.

Unsurprisingly, budget travellers spending on cheap deals for tickets on flights to Australia will find whole lot of options to immerse in its culinary offerings. Read on to know about affordable eateries that rank high on the list of travellers with foodie disposition.

Harry’s Cafe de Wheels

Not exactly a restaurant, it is a waterfront meat pie stand that serves an array of Aussie staple of pie, sausage rolls, pasty, hot dog and much more. The 70 year old stand in Cowper Wharf Road was visited by many famous personalities namely Colonel Sanders and has become a popular tourist attraction. No wonder, Harry’s remains a compelling stop for almost every traveller who makes tickets reservations for cheap flights to Sydney. The sapid Harry’s ‘Tiger’, Pie & Mash and Pie & Sauce have become the reasons why tourists flock Sydney time and again.


Located in city’s oldest Chinatown, the contemporary Malaysian Chinatown institution’s food not only gratifies the taste bud, but also rejuvenates the soul. The authentic cuisines truly capture the magic of Asian food and transport one to heaven. Serving the overwhelming variety of roti, the curry gravies and chicken or lamb in spiced sauce, it is a great value for money and a must-visit for all epicureans who lay hands on flights tickets for relishing the assorted tastes of the country. Always expect queue outside this popular eatery.

Cha Thai

Cha Thai in 20 Campbell Street is a second to none place for savouring the delectable Thai food in Sydney. A fine alternative to dine on the luscious delicacies and chat simultaneously, it is an affordable eating house to relish the exotic delicacies of Thailand. A bit of mouth-watering satays and you are transported to another world. Spring rolls, Bangkok wings, grilling prawns and sugary dumplings are some more exotic cuisines to try here. No wonder, it is a port of call for every bon vivant bagging cheap deals on tickets for flights landing in Australia.

Kings Lane Sandwiches serving a remarkable Aussie sandwich is a star attraction and a compelling stop for satiating the palate with mesmerizing culinary offerings of Australia. Alternatively, Bodega Mongers, and Bill & Toni’s are some more affordable choices for devouring to heart’s content and making the most of money spent on visiting Australia and buying all those flights tickets.

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