What people say
Here is a brief selection of press reviews and comments about Brisbane's Budget Bites. We would LOVE to hear your feedback too — please get in touch with your comments on the book, or suggestions for places to review in future editions of the guide.
Whether you're a voracious foodie or a starving student, this guide is indispensable for anyone who eats in Brisbane. And true to its name, Brisbane's Budget Bites is just as affordable as the eateries it lists inside.
Benjamin Law (writer for the Courier-Mail, Frankie, The Big Issue)
This is a great new book on the market that you must have. Its the first edition EVER of Brisbane's cheap eats. Mei Yen and her team of lucky taste buddies have done a great job in uncovering many of Brisbanes hidden foodie treasures.
Brisbane Budget Bites covers cheap places to eat and shop - it is a must for every one and anyone wanting to explore Brisbane's off the beaten track foodie haunts. Buy one and work your way through it - not only will you discover a Brisbane you never knew existed you will also experience food that you never knew you could get in Brisbane. Explore our diversity and you will be very pleasantly surprised.
Sally Lynch (founder of Taste Trekkers)
Brisbane's Budget Bites is something completely different but it could well be described as a book that calls on the reader to Think Global Eat Local! Whether your taste is Polish, African, Japanese, Lebanese, German, Malaysian, Singaporean, Vietnamese, or any variation on Chinese, Indian, Italian or Thai, it is all here.
Ken Hickson (director of ABC Carbon)