Vancouver Cheap Eats: Gastown

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Vancouver’s Gastown is home to the famous Steam Clock, Gassy Jack statue, and some of the best restaurants in the city. From Mediterranean to Mexican food, here are some of the best cheap eats in the historic part of Vancouver.

Menu 604

Found on the corner of Cambie and Hastings, you can satisfy your Mediterranean cravings with anything on the menu for under $10. Try the Beef/Lamb Donair for $6.50, it will not disappoint.

Address: 164 W Hastings Street

Phone: 604-620-9990

Website: www.menu604.com

Gringo

Nothing can beat the combination of 80’s/90’s hits, vibrant decor and great Mexican food. A quintessential Gastown spot for cheap eats, at Gringo you can get a taco for $2.75 or 3 tacos for $8.

Address: 27 Blood Alley Square

Phone: 604-721-0607

Website: www.gringogastown.com

Purebread

If the smell isn’t enough to pull you in, the prices surely will. From sweet to savory, this bakery has it all with most of the items being under $10. Our favourites are the Lemon Crumble or the Bacon and Chive Scone.

Address: 159 West Hastings Street

Phone: 604-563-8060

Website: www.purebread.ca

Bambo Cafe

Bambo Cafe has been a neighbourhood comfort food staple for many years with most of their items ranging from $4 to $10. Whether you’re chowing down on one of their famous home made soups or sandwiches, you’re guaranteed a delicious meal without breaking the bank.

Address: 301 W Cordova Street

Phone: 604-681-4323

Website: www.bambocafe.com

Lost + Found Cafe

Using fresh and local ingredients, there is something for everyone at Lost + Found. On your lunch break, check out the current art display while grubbing down on a soup and sandwich combo for $9.

Address: 33 Wes Hastings Street

Phone: 604-559-7444

Website: www.lostandfoundcafe.com

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