Guys, it's the holidays. A new semester is just on the horizon. I think it's safe to say we're all a little strapped for cash.\nREAD ALSO: Downtown Montreal Opens All-New “Tex-Mex” Restaurant\nBut if you are a little strapped for cash and still like eating out, then worry not. There are still some awesome places you can go to to cop some tasty food for even better prices.\n1. Warehouse\nYesterday's end of semester feast ?A photo posted by Steffi Matheos (@steffimatheos) on Dec 14, 2016 at 7:57pm PST\n1446 Rue Crescent\nAlright, straight up, if you're looking for a place with amazing food for $5 a dish, then look no further. Le Warehouse, on Crescent Street, has burgers, appetizers (like pirogies!), salads, pasta, and more, for $5 each. Bonus points: their drinks are super inexpensive, too!\nFacebook\n2. Thali\nA photo posted by Nini T. (@curiocitea) on Dec 9, 2016 at 12:35pm PST\n1409 Rue Saint-Marc\nIf you love Indian food, do I have some great news for you. This Indian restaurant, located close to Concordia University, is known for two things: their incredibly inexpensive dishes, and their super quality, super tasty food. Butter chicken for days, guys. Butter chicken for days.\nFacebook\n3. Nilufar\nA photo posted by 1923 Ste.Catherine W. (@restaurant_nilufar) on Jul 5, 2016 at 8:37am PDT\n1923 Rue Sainte-Catherine O\nAlright, real talk, this restaurant is fantastic. Not only do they serve up pretty much the most fresh and flavourful falafels around, but the food here is incredibly inexpensive. So if you want something fresh, tasty, and filling, but don't want to break the bank, then no worries. Nilufar is here for you.\nFacebook\n4. Don Taco\nA photo posted by Glen B. • Montreal (@itsmeglencoco) on Jul 22, 2015 at 8:21pm PDT\n1853 Rue Sainte-Catherine\nMexican food lovers, rejoice. Don Taco, located near Concordia's SGW campus, is pretty much one of the best places to get burritos and tacos in the city, especially considering the prices here are more than super fair.\n5. Al Taib\nA photo posted by S. MARTÍNEZ (@sardasardafood) on Apr 6, 2016 at 11:32am PDT\n2125 Rue Guy\nHonestly, Al Taib is life. If you love pizza, pitas, manakesh, sujuk, and more, then this spot is absolutely for you. Not only is the food here delicious, but it's absolutely, totally inexpensive, with one pita running you about $5 max.\nFacebook\n6. Charcos\nA photo posted by Justin (@justinakajubu) on Jan 8, 2016 at 12:50pm PST\n2020 Rue Crescent\nA Portuguese chicken place, right downtown? Ohhh yassss. This place serves up some seriously succulent, tasty chicken, and although their chicken might cost you more than $10, their delicious sandwiches certainly will not.\nFacebook\n7. Mon ChiCha\nA photo posted by Jing Pu (@pujing0305) on Oct 19, 2016 at 1:09pm PDT\n1396 Maisonneuve Blvd W\nThis spot is all about serving up delicious street food from Hong Kong, Japan, and Taiwan, all under one roof. They have tons and tons of delicious delights, including steamed buns, all for super fair prices.\nFacebook\n8. Picks\nA photo posted by Hashem al zubiedi (@hashemzubiedi) on Nov 6, 2016 at 4:56pm PST\n2020 Rue Crescent\nIMO, it's fair to say that at this point, Picks is one of Montreal's best kept secrets. Their burgers and poutines are on a whole other level of awesome, and their kogos (potato crusted pogos)? Out of this world amazing.\n9. Boustan\nA photo posted by Vinny K (@urbankoolaid) on Oct 20, 2016 at 5:47pm PDT\n2020 Rue Crescent\nIs it too early to call Boustan a Montreal institution? I don't think so, because if you've ever tried the super tasty potatoes, shish taouks and shawarmas from this super popular and inexpensive spot, then you know just how awesome it truly is. And if you never have? Get yourself here. Like, now.\nFacebook\n10. Sammi & Soup Dumpling\nA photo posted by Chloé (@chloebragantini) on Sep 21, 2016 at 2:53pm PDT\n1909 Rue Sainte-Catherine O\nDumplings are life, honestly, and Sammi focuses on some of the tastiest, juiciest dumplings in the whole city. Best part? A basket of dumplings won't set you back much more than $10.\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.