We’ve rounded up the ultimate cheap eats list for everyone from schnitty connoisseurs to Vietnamese street food lovers. So, what can you get your hands on for $10 and under?

For refreshing and healthy beverages that are freshly brewed, hit up Sharetea and grab a mango passionfruit green tea for $5.90 for a regular size or $6.60 for large. Not into tea? Nosh has got you sorted with good for you tacos, only $7.50.

A laneway in the centre of kambri that dishes up everything from vietnamese pho to brunch.
Explore the hidden laneway in Kambri for more great eats. including pho and the ultimate brunch offering.

What about the on-the-go crowd who need to grab a meal? Grab and go at Rex Espresso with $3.50 coffees, $6 toasties, $4 muffins, $4.50 croissants and $10 focaccias. Or head into Kebaba where all kebabs are just $10.

For those that after an alternative to the common café experience, snag a table at Asian Tiger and order the spicy minced pork on homemade tofu for $8.80.  Or head around to the lane for hawker-style street food and visit What the Pho for the delicious saigon roll, only $8.50.

Students and visitors enjoying a coffee and a cheap lunch at Kambri at the Australian National University.
Students and visitors enjoying a cuppa and a bite to eat at Kambri.

Last but not least, Badger & Co have got the schnitty and wings lovers covered. Tuesday night’s serve up 1kg wings for $10. Then get your schnitzel on Wednesdays for an absolute steal at $10.

Kambri is the ultimate gathering place just minutes from the CBD, so grab your friends and tuck into some cheap eats for a great time.