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Must be less than $5 for a meal... comparable to Hunter Connection in Pitt St. All the places here charge at least $10!

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    You can get Vietnamese pork rolls fairly cheaply, but cant remember exact price. The Korean spot at the end of the sussex centre food court has a huge menu. From memory meals are from $7.50 and they include a little soup, rice and the dish.

    Another sneaky and cheap food court to try is the one under Woolworths, entrance from Pitt St (around the corner from Lowes, just look for a photo shop and you're there).

    Not sure if there is anything around the $5 mark but definately plenty under $10. Look for the Hianese chicken ... you'll find it by spotting the longest line. Delicious! And I think only $8.50. Also comes with bonus soup. over 5 years ago

    • Thanks Erietta! It surprises me that China Town is so expensive relatively speaking.. one would think that the prices would be as cheap as some of the food courts in the city... Cheers - Ian Ian C over 5 years ago
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    Go to dumplings near cnr Quay & Thomas St. It is called Chinese Noodle Restaurant It is the best, most authentic and cheapest dumplings you will get in Haymarket! over 4 years ago

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    Chinatown has become a lot more expensive recently, can barely get anything decent for $10 let alone $5. over 4 years ago

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