Neighbourhood Secrets: The Sunshine Capital's Cheap Eats
We all know that delicious food doesn't have to break the bank! Brisbane has an abundance of eateries from around the world that will still give you change from a $20 bill.
It's worth tracking down The Bun Mobile, the city's first food truck for its scrumptious steamed buns. Classics, such as Wagyu beef and hoisin pork are on the menu, alongside special buns featuring unique flavours: try the banana, caramel and peanut! The Bun Mobile is on-the-go day and night; check out thebunmobile.com.au for locations.
Cheap and cheerful Mrs Luu's Vietnamese Kitchen serves up banh mi (baguette sandwiches), goicuon (soft rice paper rolls), pho (noodle soup) and Vietnamese iced coffees, all for less than $10. Find it at 25 Railway Terrace, Milton.
How about something a little heartier? Stop by family-run Little Greek Taverna at 1 Browning St, West End. It's bustling and rowdy, but that's all part of the fun. Fill up on generous portions of grilled seafood, souvlaki, yiros (kebabs) and zucchini fritters.
Stop by Lady Marmalade on the corner of Logan Road and Cleveland Road for an Aussie favourite – the toasted sandwich. Lady Marmalade has a range of sanga options on the menu, sure to refuel you for a day's exploring.
Want more culinary options? Talk to my team before setting out for your day's adventure. They know all the neighbourhood secrets and will be thrilled to give you a personal recommendation.