1. El Camino Cantina hosts $2 Taco Tuesdays across all their venues. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @elcaminocantina / Via instagram.com Who doesn't love cheap tacos and the alliteration of Taco Tuesdays? No one, that's who. Break up your weekday dinners with a bit of soft shell taco goodness and bless your lucky stars that they're only $2 a pop! 2. The Norfolk Hotel does tacos for $3 on Tuesdays as well, but they sweeten the deal with $4 tequila and $5 Tecate tinnies. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @thenorfolkhotel / Via instagram.com Because if you're going to go for some cheap drinks you might as well go for some cheap booze as well. 3. The Royal George serves up $1 wings every day between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The happy hour at The Royal George includes crispy wings, hot sauce and $6 house drinks. It also runs every day so you'll be able to fit this in, no matter how busy your schedule is. 4. Crane Bar dishes up delicious $1 dumplings on Wednesdays. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @sophfeedz / Via instagram.com Because everyone can eat 20+ dumplings, but not everyone can afford them. On Wednesdays, you can smash as many dumplings as you want without feeling guilty about eating your entire paycheque. 5. Duck and Rice also do $1 dumplings, but on Mondays. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @savannahpr_ / Via instagram.com This way, you can stuff your face with $1 dumplings on whichever day you want, or on both — we won't judge. 6. The Soda Factory does Dollar Dogs every Tuesday and have been since 2013. View this photo on Instagram instagram: @whatthehaloumi / Via instagram.com Cram 'round this fun-loving bar and order hotdogs and drinks galore! Make sure you put on your dancing shoes though — it's physically impossible to go to Soda Factory and not boogie. 7. The Morrison gets fancy with a $1.50 oyster hour every Wednesday between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @inseasontoday / Via instagram.com Imagine an Insta story of just you and your mountain of freshly shucked oysters — who's going to believe that they only cosy $1.50 a shuck? No one, that's who. 8. The Roosevelt with their oysters selling for an even cheaper, $1 every Thursday. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @coconixandcocktails / Via instagram.com Plus, they're also discounting their champagne by 20%, so you know you're in for a ~schmancy~ night. 9. Small Bar literally does every cheap eat you could think of. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @foodiliciousgal / Via instagram.com On Mondays they sell $10 signature burgers, on Tuesdays they have $10 taco boards and on Wednesdays they have $5 servings of their chicken wings. BRB found my new home. 10. Frankie's is an institution where you can get a sizeable slice of pizza for $6 all day long. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @araleeleah / Via instagram.com Choose your favourite and go to town. With live music, a great happy hour and the smell of pizza hanging in the air, no one is ever too tired for Frankie's. 11. The Forresters is all about your red meat intake with $5 steak nights every Monday. View this photo on Instagram instagram: @forrestershotel / Via instagram.com They say that Monday is the hardest day of the week, or at least, I do. Maybe this $5 meal, plus $5 sides will make your Monday a little bit cheerier. 12. Destination Roll will have you chowing don on a Banh Mi any day of the week for only $6.50 a pop. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @destinationrollau / Via instagram.com This is one of those sandwiches that will leave you feeling full and also wanting more. With locations all over Sydney, you'll be hard pressed not to be getting one every time you walk past a store front. 13. Mr. Bao Buns has the perfect cheap eat if you're craving something sweet, for $5.50. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @mrbaobuns / Via instagram.com Their menu boasts something "bao-tifully sweet" — essentially delicious ice cream in a mini crispy bao. 14. And finally, Emperor's Garden Cake & Bakery that sells those mysterious cream puffs you've been hearing about, as cheap as 35 cents a puff! View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @wijayalianny04 / Via instagram.com These cream puffs are found in a hole-in-the-wall in Chinatown, normally with a giant line snaking out from the front. Three puffs will set you back $1 while a fiver will get you 18 puffs of creamy goodness.