Vancouver Cheap Eats: Eggs

Dec 19 2017, 7:58 pm

We typically expect a meal with eggs to be accompanied by bacon, hashbrowns, and toast. However, eggs have cracked up to be so much more than just a breakfast food. Lunch, dinner, or even dessert, Vancity Buzz and Chowmenow found 5 dishes for $5 or less that showcase just how versatile and budget-friendly eggs can be.

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Vancouver Cheap Eats – Eggs

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Forget poached or scrambled; these not-so-traditional dishes showcase just how versatile eggs can be.

  • Ebi-Ten Robson

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    Mini chicken and egg bowl for $3.95

  • O’Tray Noodle

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    Tian Jin Wrap for $3.75

  • Congee Noodle House

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    Plain congee for $2.50, add fresh egg for 65 cents

  • Ikea

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    $2.99 Egg Salad Sandwich

  • Maxim’s Bakery

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    Egg White Tarts for $1


Ebi Ten

For a double hit of protein, try the mini chicken and egg bowl for $3.95.



If you happen to be in the Richmond or Coquitlam area and hunger pangs start calling, Ikea has tons of cheap meals like this $2.99 egg sandwich to choose from.

Congee Noodle House

Congee Noodle House

Order a plain congee for $2.50 and add a fresh egg for 65 cents or a preserved egg for $1.35.

O’Tray Noodle


O’Tray Noodle is a food court vendor located at the President Plaza in Richmond. Pictured above is the Tian Jin Wrap; an egg-like crepe wrapped around crispy hot pork and hoisin sauce for $3.75.

Maxim’s Bakery

Maxim's Bakery

For a sweet treat, try the egg white tarts for under $1 each at Maxim’s.

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Photo Sources: Alvin Lee ; Katrina; ChowTimes

Feature Image: Eggs via shutterstock

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