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7 Under $7


You can set $49 for your lunch budget this week.

Carol Smaglinski July 6th, 2011

Your wallet is on the thin side lately, and the thought of money wasted on bad food triggers your emotions. Well, here are seven good places where savvy consumers won’t do any quibbling after that last bite. Everything on the various menus is fairly priced.

$$: Up to $15

$$$: $15-$30

$$$$: Above $30

Fung's Kitchen
3231 N. Classen Blvd. 524-4133
Fung’s is located right in the Asian District of Oklahoma City, easy to find when you make that pilgrimage to Classen Boulevard. An order of its black pepper chicken or its sweet and sour chicken or pork (a menu item on the lunch list) makes a satisfying, but cheap, lunch for a hungry person. That particular deal at the funky Fung’s comes with all of the extras. $$ Asian

Ranchwood Grill
1123 S. Ranchwood, Yukon 350-3320
The likeable lunch is served daily until 2 p.m. The $4.99 burger is complete with fries and a drink. Shell out one more buck and enjoy the Juicy Luci, where the chef sandwiches two quarter-pound patties with a melted slice of cheese in the middle. $$ Burgers and more

The Diner
213 E. Main, Norman 329-6642
People who have moved away from the Norman area miss The Diner so much they usually come back when they are in town. The mushroom-Swiss burger for $5.99 is fantastic. For a hearty breakfast, sit still until they finish making an order of huevos rancheros, Spanish for “rancher’s eggs” or “country-style eggs,” which is less than 7 bucks. $$ American

Cafe 7 Delicatessen and Pastaria
14101 N. May 748-3354
Smile with pleasure, as every menu item is $7. Among its best is the signature salad done with freshly roasted chicken breast on a bed of crisp and slightly bitter romaine lettuce, plus added field greens. Then the chefs toss on dried cranberries, sliced apples, toasted walnuts, tomatoes and bacon. The salad is drizzled with a balsamic vinegar dressing. $$ Deli and Pasta

Zam Zam Mediterranean Grill & Hookah
3913 N. MacArthur, Warr Acres 789-8008
With straightforward food from the Middle East and Mediterranean, Zam Zam has richly seasoned wraps and more. For example, check out its chicken kebab for a modest $6.58 or many other options less than $7, including the kufta kebab, kufta burger, a gyro or a falafel sandwich. Don’t miss the hummus, which also can come topped with beef or chicken — all top sellers. Turkish coffee and baklava are tops. $$ Mediterranean

Camille's Sidewalk Cafe
5701 N. Western 842-2233
Imagine this: 84 Camille’s in 27 states, and it all began in Tulsa, which makes Camille’s a successful local concept. The flatbread pizzas are all less than $7, with many combinations available, like its kickin’ barbecue chicken, Zorba the Greek, rustic Italian, a plain cheese or the out-of-the-ordinary Bangkok Thai pizza. $$ Sandwiches, wraps, pizza

Billy Simms Barbeque
924 W. Edmond Road, Edmond 562-1330
Every single day from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., Billy Sims runs a great special on any single meat sandwich, a side and a drink. Most diners like to chomp down on the chopped brisket sandwich with baked beans or the smoked turkey sandwich. They smoke products every day, include the corn and baked potatoes. $$ Barbecue with a football theme

—Carol Smaglinski

 
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