Cheap food nights have been growing across the city and there are more places than ever before to help the hungry save some cash.

Let us take you on a tour of the very best.

The Soda Factory on Wentworth Street has been pulling in hungry students, backpackers and locals for months. Behind the ‘Bobby’s Bossdogs’ 1950s façade there’s live music, an upbeat atmosphere and on a Tuesday night $1 hotdogs.

The Unicorn on Oxford Street may have been offering reasonable priced meal deals throughout the week for some time, but on a Tuesday you can get your hands on cheeseburgers, chicken burgers, Cuban sandwiches and mac & cheese burgers all for $1.

If you’re a fan of Chinese food Johnny Wongs on Taylor Street, make meat and vegetable stuffed dumplings for a dollar on a Wednesday night. The building is shared with two bars, the Lo – Fi and the Standard, where a dollar unfortunately won’t get you a beer, but they’re fun places to hang out in after food.

Morrison on George Street hold their famous oyster night every Wednesday between 6:00 and 7:00 pm, one oyster for $1. An oyster won’t fill you up, but $10 for ten or $20 for 20 will.

The guys over at El Topo Basement on Oxford Street have come up with Peso Wednesdays in the basement, offering tacos and margaritas for $1. Thought to be one of Sydney’s best Mexican restaurants, Peso Wednesdays, may leave the upstairs restaurant tables a little quieter than usual when word gets out.

To round things off an extra filling deal at the Cock n Bull on Ebley Street. On a Thursday night steak, schnitzel and curry for a dollar each.

If you come across any other cheap eateries? Please do let us know.