You read the title right; all this delicious grub for a fiver! Some are even cheaper. We’re quite fortunate in Newcastle to have an array of budget places to pick up a freshly prepared sarnie or hot meal without resorting to a Boots Meal Deal.
- The Settle Down Cafe, Thornton Street
There’s no real menu at The Settle Down Cafe;, ust a simple system where one item is £3.50 and two are £5. I was inspired to write this blog post about bargain lunches after eating there last week. With 4 options – sandwiches, soup, salad and pizza (goats and blue cheese with mushroom calzone, ham & onion and chorizo toppings) – you’re spoilt for choice…
- Sloppy Joe’s Deli, Grainger Market
With freshly made sandwiches to order in the Grainger Market, Sloppy Joe’s is ideally located for a quick bite to eat during lunch hour in the Toon. From only £3, there are plenty of fillings to chose from.
- Wildflower, Westgate Road
Another to have featured on the Canny Food pages in the past. Toasties and soups are all under a fiver.
- Mama Zen @ Kommunity
Serving up colourful curries and tasty plant-based sweet treats at a bargain price, the Mama Zen ladies are showing that healthy food doesn’t have to expensive. You can read more about our visit here.
- The Journey, Newcastle
A new addition to our recommend list of cheap eats is this small city centre cafe. With cake, soups and other tasty treats on offer there is nothing that will break the bank here for those watching their pennies. You can read about our budget lunch visit here.
For 5 more lunches under £5: Top 10 Newcastle Lunches Under £5 – Canny Food