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- ByEaterThe Melbourne Cheap Eats GuideAustralia isn’t known for being the cheapest place on earth — not unlike those Scandinavian countries with their great healthcare and high wages, but with the added challenge of geographic isolation, vacationing or even just eating out in a big city like Melbourne (population: over four million) can carry a hefty price tag. But even though you may encounter $AU15 avocado on toast and $6 coffee (or roughly $11 and $4.50 USD, respectively), affordable options exist. There’s not much of a street food culture in Melbourne: Food trucks have only surfaced in the last few years, and are mostly duplicates of what’s trendy in the United States. While not terribly expensive, they’re not the best deal. Instead, try restaurant and shopping strips such as Sydney Road in Brunswick and Coburg or Victoria Street in Richmond, which have been built up by generations of different immigrant communities offering reasonably priced food. *Note that all prices mentioned are in Australian dollars* https://www.eater.com/2017/2/6/13959920/best-melbourne-cheap-eats-australia30 items