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Friday foodie finds

Friday foodie finds

By Sophie Crowther



Try these budget-friendly CBD options to kick off your weekend.

To help all the YL members who might be scraping the barrel until payday or saving for something special, we’ve scouted out a handful of Friday finds that can be enjoyed without the dreaded spending regret.

Oriental Tea House

Unlimited yum cha

378 Little Collins Street

Oriental Tea House is on the more expensive end of our list at $30 per person but well worth the extra dollars. Book in for the unlimited yum cha at either 6pm or 8pm on a Friday and you will not be disappointed. If you’re in a celebratory mood, invest an extra $20 and you’ll get bottomless house wine and champagne.

A recipe for disaster? Probably. Just make sure you leave room for the white chocolate lychee dumplings at the end.

Dikstein’s Corner Bar

$10 Pizzas

433 Little Collins Street (corner of Bank Place)

This place is a Little Collins Street gem. Dikstein’s is open from breakfast but, with bottles of wine starting at less than $20, we recommend settling in for a night time session. The pizza is equally well priced, the mushroom ($9) is a great option.

Be sure to get one per person.


Chicken and beer

G/535 Little Lonsdale Street (Healeys Lane) and basement, 26 King Street

Healeys Lane may be just a thoroughfare for Flagstaff station by day, but by night it turns into a buzzing hub for diners. Smack bang in the middle is one of Gami’s many outposts, solidifying the chain’s reputation across Melbourne for authentic Korean fried chicken, beer and soju. Sharing is caring at Gami. We recommend the whole chicken (conveniently cut into pieces) and a jug to share, which will cost four people around $13 each.

Gyoza Gyoza

Japanese treats

115-117 Little Collins Street

Gyoza Gyoza is a people pleaser.

Take your fussy friends to try some of the 80 dishes on the Japanese tapas menu. Every dish is $6.80, so treat yourself to a few. If you are winding down for the week, we recommend pairing your selections with a litre of Asahi for $14.90.

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