It happens more often than you'd think. You're at the library studying, or at home watching Netflix, or exploring downtown Edmonton, and you're hit with a sudden need to stuff your face right this instant, or you will die - this, is hanger at it's finest. Anyone who's experienced the emotion of 'hangry' knows that it's definitely one of the least pleasant things a person can experience.\nNot only is your stomach grumbling, but your attitude is also rapidly increasing by the second. You're suddenly ridiculously grumpy, and if you don't get your hands on some food right away, anyone who gets in your way will have to face your wrath. Those Snickers commercials summed it up perfectly when they said, "You're not you when you're hungry."\nSome people are lucky enough to have seemingly endless amounts of cash to drop on food, but the majority of us are not so lucky. If you're like me, and living the cheap, student lifestyle, you'll know that cheap eats are your best friend. As much as I'd love to be able to spend $30 on an authentic Italian pizza, you already know I'll sooner be dropping $10 on a Domino's pizza because they have the university discount hookups.\nNext time you find yourself hangry in Edmonton, don't sweat it. We've found some of the best cheap eats that the city has to offer, so that you don't have to be hangry, and none of your friends abandon you because of your attitude problem.\n$5\n$10\n$15\nFor $5 cheap eats, click "Next"\n$5\nDistrict Coffee Co.\nWhere: 10011 109 St // Downtown\nType: Breakfast\nWhat to get: Liège Waffle // $4\nA Belgian waffle, with your choice of berry, salted caramel, or chocolate dip. Add a side of bacon, sausage, fruit salad, poached egg, toast, or yogourt for a small additional cost.\nThe Burger Joint\nWhere: 9132 23 Avenue // Heritage\nType: Burger Joint\nWhat to get: Donair Burger // $9\nSeasoned donair meat, white onions, lettuce, tomatoes, Swiss cheese, red cabbage, and garlic sauce. Build your own, or order straight off the menu. Add curly fries, regular fries, or salad as a side for a small additional cost.\nIt' Dog\nWhere: 8621 109 Street // Old Strathcona\nType: Quick Bites\nWhat to get: Truffle Mac & Cheese Dog // $8\nMacaroni, cheddar sauce, truffle oil, parmesan, and jalapeño , all piled on top of a hot dog. Add bacon, or a side of salad or fries to make a meal.\nGarden Bakery & Restaurant\nWhere: 10019 106 Ave // Chinatown\nType: Asian\nWhat to get: Vietnamese Spring Rolls (6) // $6\nYou can never go wrong with spring rolls. If you're looking for something a bit more adventurous, though, try out the Chicken Feet in Vinaigrette, or Hong Kong Style Deep Fried Intestine.\nCafe Haven\nWhere: 9 Sioux Road // Sherwood Park\nType: Breakfast and Bakery\nWhat to get: Breakfast Wrap // $7.25\nOven roasted honey ham, eggs, cheddar, red onions and peppers, all on a whole wheat wrap. Grab a latte as well for the perfect breakfast meal.\nFor $10 cheap eats, click "Next"\n$10\nRockin Robyn's Diner\nWhere: 16604 109 Ave // Mayfield & Industrial\nType: Diner\nWhat to get: Garlic Burger // $12\nA house made beef burger, on two pieces of garlic toast, topped with garlic mushrooms and mozza, onion, pickle, mayo, relish, mustard, and tomato. Add an extra patty for a small additional charge.\nSwiss Donair\nWhere: 8308 144 Ave // Northeast\nType: Quick Bites\nWhat to get: Cheese Donair Meal // $13\nYou can never go wrong with a donair. Spice it up and try donair poutine, or a donair burger.\nMini Mango\nWhere: 1056 91 Street // Ellerslie & Summerside\nType: Thai, Vietnamese\nWhat to get: Two Colour Vermicelli Bowl // $12\nCreate your own meal. Choose from a variety of additions and options to create the perfect meal for a super great price.\nThe Local Omnivore\nWhere: 10933 120 Street // Downtown\nType: Sandwich\nWhat to get: Brunch Pirate Poutine // $13.50\nShoestring fries, house pirate spice, two fried eggs, and citrus hollandaise. The ultimate brunch, or hangover cure.\nPress'd\nWhere: Various locations\nType: Sandwich\nWhat to get: Southwestern Club // $10\nTurkey, jalapeño jack cheese, bacon, avocado, red onion, and raspberry chipotle honey mustard. Add a side of soup or salad for an additional cost.\nFor $15 cheap eats, click "Next"\n$15\nHUMA Mexican Comfort\nWhere: 9880 63 Ave // Argyll & Industrial\nType: Mexican\nWhat to get: Chorizo Tacos // $16\nAlthough the Chorizo tacos are delicious, HUMA also offers delicious Carnitas, Suadero, Vegetarian, and Fish tacos.\nManilla Grill Express\nWhere: 13831 127 Street // Northwest\nType: Filipino\nWhat to get: Sizzling Sisig // $15\nSavoury minced pork, served on a sizzling plate. Simple, but delicious.\nIsland Cafe & Bistro\nWhere: 9923 170 Street // Terra Losa\nType: Asian Fusion, Chinese\nWhat to get: Laksa Curry Noodles // $14\nRice noodles served in a spicy coconut soup, with fried tofu, shrimp, fish cake, fish balls, hard boiled egg, and bean sprouts.\nBuco Pizzeria + Vino\nWhere: 105 Bellerose Drive // St. Albert\nType: Italian\nWhat to get: Sunny Side Up Pizza // $18\nTwo free range eggs, pancetta bacon, smoked caciocavallo, potato, and fior di latte. Now you can eat pizza for breakfast, guilt free.