If you've already spent a fortune on accommodation, tickets to your favourite comedian and sightseeing in Edinburgh during this year's festival then try one of these top places for some cheap food.
From vegan-friendly curry and Malaysian fare to soups and sandwiches, the capital has as much good food to offer as it has talent.
Tuck into a vegan-friendly lunch for under a fiver at the much loved Mosque Kitchen on Nicolson Square.
The kitchen, which used to cater just for its congregation when it first began in the 80s, opened its doors to non-Muslims following the attack on the World Trade Center's twin towers in New York in 2001 and is still going strong.
Join a host of students, performers and anyone that loves a good, cheap curry in the bustling venue.
Pick up a delicious lunch from this Malaysian favourite. For only £5.50 diners can either sit in or takeaway and enjoy authentic dishes such as Chicken Nasi Goring, Curry Laksa soup and Hakka pork.
Set dishes and specials of the day will also make for a quick, easy and tasty dinner if you're out later.
A not for profit organisation that offers Michelin star recipes at agreeable prices, Social Bite is Edinburgh’s favourite new social enterprise.
Frequented by those living on the street and Hollywood stars alike, this venue serves up well crafted meals alongside commendable social schemes which make a visible difference.
A quarter of employees are previously homeless and their rewards system ensures that with each purchase you contribute towards a free meal for someone in need.
Situated opposite the festival’s Udderbelly in Bristo Square, this fast paced venture brings authentic Thai food born of pop-up success.
Their food is bursting with flavoursome spices and colour, guaranteeing a healthy yet filling meal.
In keeping with the street vendor aesthetic, food is served in cardboard takeaway boxes at £3-4 for a small box, perfect if you’re in a rush to catch a show or can’t settle on just one dish from their impressive menu.
Whether working from their trusty van, Dumbo, or their bohemian Forrest Road premises, Union of Genius are living up to their name.
They offer an inventive and belly-warming selection of soups and salads that change daily, ensuring their status as a firm favourite of students and festival-goers.
When paying normal prices, £4-7 will see you heartily fed with superfoods and veggies. With over 100 recipes at their disposal and plenty of vegan/gluten free options, Union of Genius is sure to become an integral part of your festival survival kit.