The Best Cheap Eats In San Francisco Under $7

The Best Cheap Eats In San Francisco Under $7

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San Francisco is more than just expensive high-end food or overpriced low-end fare. Here now, are our eight favorite menu items, all priced under that magic $7 price point.

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    Take note that if you're spending more than $3 per taco, you're no longer in "cheap eats" territory and you are now splurging on fancy tacos. For the best places to stretch your hungry dollar, head to Taqueria Vallarta.
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    You can easily make a meal out of the amazing deep-fried mac-and-cheese cake known as the Frankaroni ($5), which is studded with bits of 4505's own bacon-studded hot dog.
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    These Indian-style burritos on fresh roti are one of the better deals in town, even though one for $5 might be a snack for most adults. They come stuffed with any of Kasa's well spiced & seasoned meat/veggie dishes, including their chicken tikka masala.
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    The excellent, & somewhat more diet-friendly chicken sandwich, which comes topped with chipotle aioli and your choice of an array of free toppings (including lettuce, tomato, red onion, grilled onion, jalapeno, and pickles) for $6.75.
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    While you can get the noodles topped with meat or veggies, sometimes a simple bowl of noodles ($6.50) is all you need.
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    Roxie's makes one of the, if not the absolute best sandwiches in San Francisco. They're all priced the same, regardless of if you're seeking ham or meatballs or a veggie: $5.99 for a junior, $7.99 for a regular, and $11.99 for a supreme.
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    One of the few things that can effectively clear out a fog-brained hangover, the Boat Noodles at Zen Yai in the Tenderloin contain some life affirming stuff. And that'd be the blood that lends the broth its murky, reddish richness.
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    BBQ Pork is the standard order, but anything on the menu will only run you $3.75 and comes stuffed on a French baguette with the usual accoutrements of pickled carrots, jalapeños, and cilantro.
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