Monday, May 18, 2009

Cheap Eats

(photo by Celia Chang/

If you happen to be one of those NYC gals who stores her sweaters in her oven, or you are too busy enjoying all of the free events in the city to cook, fear not. You can still eat well on the cheap.

The New York Times Magazine's Concierge has compiled a thorough list of cheap, but delicious, lunch and dinner options for self-proclaimed foodies.

Her highlights include a $4.25 bowl of pho at Nam Son in Chinatown; $5.25 goat paratha with mint chutney at Lassi in Greenwich Village; $4.25 hand-cut noodles and shrimp dumplings in broth or $4 roast duck with rice at Great New York Noodletown (a BYOB spot).

Be sure to check out the comments section for great meal deals in other boroughs.

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