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Cheat Eats, the Guide.

The 2006 edition of Cheap Eats Toronto has hit the presses and will be lining book shelves around the city some time next week.

The guide includes 365 reviews and narrows the cheap eats search down to spots that offer: breakfast for under $5 - including coffee, lunch/brunch for under $10 - including drink, and dinner for under $15 - also including a drink.

The book, also available online, will cost you just under 12 loonies before tax... or approx 2.5 breakfasts. If you're too cheap for even that, check out the Eat & Drink section or search "Cheap Eats" on blogTO.

(Photo above featuring the infamous 99 cent Ikea breakfast.)


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