local cheapskates weigh in on where to eat on the cheap
When it comes to tracking down a budget buffet, Ominocity readers are a tenacious bunch.
Yesterday we posted Ominocity’s Guide To Saskatoon’s Cheapest Meals and got several additions from our readers. Here’s our favourites:
“You missed Mel’s diner on 11th! Cheapest by far and the hugest portions!”
“Nice list, but I’m shocked that you missed both Thiens and Golden Pagoda. $5.95 lunch specials and two of the best, cheap meals you can find anywhere!”
“You forgot Mel’s $3.75 breakfast. Best/Cheapest in the city.”
“Thien Vietnam. Best noodle bowl in town for only $6.50 (or you can order Special #1 for $5.95).”
“Hot tip: Mulberry’s has $3.25 breakfast. (coffee included!) I haven’t had it yet but there’s no way it’s not worth it at that price.”
“No mention of Yard [and Flagon] poutine for $6?”
“Panchos Pizza, $15 XL pizza, no matter HOW many toppings you get!”
And Ominocity’s personal favourite…
“[There’s] a pretty decent chef salad with fresh romaine lettuce and a whole hardboiled egg only $4.20 at the Robin’s Donuts tucked inside the STC bus depot downtown.”
Take that haters!
-Photo taken from Flickr user “Stu Woody Wood” – Creative Commons.