Ellie Taggart | 19 September 2019

It can be hard to cook each night, and sometimes thinking of your fridge can be extremely overwhelming (or underwhelming). Fortunately for you, we’ve found out what to eat for each night of the week and we are dishing the dirt on Brisbane’s best deals.


Birds Nest Restaurant
If Japanese food is your thing then check out Birds Nest Restaurant in Fortitude Valley. Mondays slash the price of their Yakatori Skewers from $5 to $3. With a price as good as that, what else would you want for Dinner?

The Defiant Duck
Some Mondays you just want a steak to satisfy your stomach. The Defiant Duck knows you too well and have created a $5 steak Monday deal for you to enjoy. Feel free to add chips or salad to complete your meal.


Three Little Pigs Tavern
Tuesdays at Three Little Pigs Tavern are our kind of day with $12.90 main meals to keep you out of the kitchen and enjoying dinner. With their wide range of different cuisines included in the deal, what’s not to love? We’re planning to try them all!

Santa Monica Pizza and Burger Bar
Santa Monica are treating us with their $15 chicken parmy's every Tuesday. They have deals for most weekdays for you to pick and choose and the Tuesday deal runs all day, so maybe we’ll make it a lunch treat too. You can never have too many parmiganas!


Mister Paganini
Mister Paganini are offering all you can eat pizza for $20 after 5pm on Wednesdays. This South Bank restaurant knows how to do authentic Italian food in style. Excuse us whilst we have another slice.

Junk Boat
Junk Boat in Southbank knows that when it gets to the middle of the week, you’re making up meals and ignoring what you’ve prepped on Monday. They’re helping you with Wingin’ It Wednesday where you can get all you can eat wings for $18. We’re all aboard that boat.


Transit Tavern
Transit Tavern have coined the phrase Chicken Schnitzel Thursdays and we couldn’t agree more! Their chicken schnitzel is paired with chips and sauce for only $14. You know where to find us on a Thursday evening.

Red Hook
Grab a buddy because Red Hook are doing a two cheeseburgers and two fries deal for $25. Pop in after 4pm to snag this brilliant deal and celebrate Thursday with your best friend.


Southbank Beer Garden
The best things in life start with the letter F: Fridays, friends and free wings. That’s right Southbank Beer Garden are offering you a selection of free wings from 4pm-6pm on Fridays and all you have to do is pre-book. Sounds simple, and that’s what Fridays are all about.

Kettle and Tin
It’s the end of the week and you just want something simple. Fear not, Kettle and Tin will save the day with their dollar dumplings. $1 sounds too good to be true for dumplings but Kettle and Tin are true to their word delivering $1 pork and chive or vegetarian dumplings on Fridays.


Fratelli Famous
Legend has it Fratelli Famous have a $10 pizza happy hour available each day. To check out the legend for yourself, head into Fratelli Famous from 3pm-5pm and you could try the deal yourself. Plus, you can pair it with a $5 beer.

The Fox Trocadero Long Bar
Who wants to cook on a Saturday? Not us! From 6pm- 8pm The Fox Trocadero Long Bar are doing their already cheap burgers and pizza for half price and you can join them any day of the week for the perfect dinner option. Sounds like a deal.


Hello Gorgeous
Say hello to bottomless BBQ Sundays as Hello Gorgeous is introducing this deal for only $25. Each Sunday, vegetarians, fans of seafood and those with a craving for a meat option will be able to tuck into barbecued food whilst listening to live music.

Lucky Egg
Lucky Egg’s $20 burger, fries and soda are the best thing to end your Sunday with, especially at that price. The Fortitude Valley eatery provides you the perfect takeaway option for the end of the week all at cheap prices.

About the author


A lover of 80s films, pun enthusiast and a proud owner of too many books, Ellie Taggart loves to find a good story wherever she can. She spends her time consuming film, television and all things pop culture and has a weakness for Linda McCartney’s Cheese and Leek Plaits. She knows the Dangerfield catalogue off by heart and has one too many silly anecdotes about her life. And once you get her started on them who knows where you’ll end up.


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