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Good Eating in Fyshwick…

By Hosinator - 7 March 2011 16

Can anyone help with recommendations for reasonably priced lunches in Fyshwick?

I’m after good, preferably fresh, takeaway food in the area and sub $15 dollars.

I’ve been to Subway, Cafeecibo, Zierholz, but just after something that is quick and won’t break the bank.

What’s Your opinion?


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16 Responses to
Good Eating in Fyshwick…
CoffinRX2 4:45 pm 07 Mar 11

Little Noodle Bar, or Sunrise Takeaway on Newcastle Street

barking toad 3:46 pm 07 Mar 11

Well done Holden #12

I was about to post about “eating out” in Fyshwick but you got there first!

Kerryhemsley 3:43 pm 07 Mar 11

Holden Caulfield said :

Also very impressed we’ve gone at least 10 replies before someone has suggested dining at a brothel, haha.

Flutes and noodles are getting a good run

Holden Caulfield 3:25 pm 07 Mar 11

Also very impressed we’ve gone at least 10 replies before someone has suggested dining at a brothel, haha.

BobGrrl 3:22 pm 07 Mar 11

@Jivrashia: You sure can choose the level of chilli you want. I once decided to try Medium and regretted it immediately 🙂

Holden Caulfield 3:20 pm 07 Mar 11

EvanJames said :

Is that sandwich shop on Wollongong St near Canty’s books still there? had their sangers named after makes of cars, from memory. I always quite liked that, nice fresh stuff.

Rolls Choice.

It’s still there as far as I know. It used to be the bees knees, but then Blue Olive opened. Sadly, though, that’s not in Fyshwick so Rolls Choice does the trick from time to time.

Fish and chips from the Fyshwick markets is also not a bad option.

Struggling to see how anyone can think Elaine’s pies are expensive, too, but there you go. They’re very well priced IMO and generally very good. Assuming you’re not expecting a full gourmet pie.

Jivrashia 3:08 pm 07 Mar 11

BobGrrl said :

I can also recommend Little Noodle Bar on Kembla Street (right near Zierholtz).

Apparently you can choose the level of chilly in some dish… (the owner told me). I haven’t been game to try the “Thai hot” level.

lobster said :

Kapital Kebab on Wollongong St is pretty good.

Had been wondering where they went after disappearing from the food courts in Canberra Centre. Something to look forward to the next time I’m in Fyshwick during lunch time.

KaptnKaos 1:33 pm 07 Mar 11

Isa St Bakery was always a favourite when I worked in Fyshwick, don’t know if it is still there though.

EvanJames 12:53 pm 07 Mar 11

Is that sandwich shop on Wollongong St near Canty’s books still there? had their sangers named after makes of cars, from memory. I always quite liked that, nice fresh stuff.

lobster 12:27 pm 07 Mar 11

Kapital Kebab on Wollongong St is pretty good.
Elaines Pies, next to them are alright – although probably over priced.

The Bakery next to those two is a good place to get a sandwich that diobeys the laws of physics.

There is a dodgey chinese takeaway place near the St George (Also on Wollongong St) that is good if you want something quick.

Buzz cafe is alright too.

rescuedg 11:57 am 07 Mar 11

Mothy said :

Get a pie from Flute (across the road from Toyworld). You wont regret it 🙂

+1
Would eat there every day if I worked in Fyshwick

Raging Tempest 11:56 am 07 Mar 11

The noodle place on Kembla St does some good stuff

BobGrrl 11:53 am 07 Mar 11

+1 for the pies at Flute.

I can also recommend Little Noodle Bar on Kembla Street (right near Zierholtz). Cheap, freshly prepared in front of you (or you can call ahead and walk down and it’ll be ready) and tasty as heck.

Go the Cha Shao Pork noodles and/or the deep fried pork balls 🙂

teddyhb 11:39 am 07 Mar 11

Ill second the flute. I also like Central Cafe (on the same strip as subway) for fast cheap takeaway food.

Mothy 11:19 am 07 Mar 11

Get a pie from Flute (across the road from Toyworld). You wont regret it 🙂

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