Sure, you can grab a hot dog or slice of pizza in New York for cheap, but a balanced meal for $10 or less? In Manhattan? That's the idea behind the new site

At first it seemed too good to be true. When Daniel Lyu, a former producer for The Food Network, told me about launching CheapEatery as a database ranking and profiling affordable restaurants in Manhattan and Brooklyn, we had to put him to the test. Can you get a balanced meal for $10 or less in the city that boasts some of the world's most expensive restaurants?To up the challenge, Walletpop recruited a trio of food testers, all former staffers of Gourmet Magazine, once the pinnacle of the art of good eating. Check out the video for the conclusion of Walletpop's Challenge.

Wardrobe for AOL Walletpop video is provided by The Carlisle Collection
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