With more and more people trying to eat less meat and more plants, the number and caliber of vegetarian restaurants popping up has exploded. These Brisbane eateries prove that going meat-free doesn’t mean giving up on flavour, texture or excitement. Here are a few vegetarian tips for your Brisbane visit!
Think locally sourced, plant-based food with a chic and tasteful twist. Grown take simple seasonal dishes and turn them into mouth watering master pieces. It’s a completely sustainable restaurant with 100% vegan wine and beer on offer.
2. Moo Free Burgers
Can you guess what food we’re dealing with?! Yep, vegan burgers! If you’re looking for something hearty, satisfying and maybe a little naughty then check these guys out. Get your ultimate burger fix without harming any cows!
Urbane is one of Brisbane’s best restaurants. In 2017, it received three Good Food hats and won the Best New Talent Australian Gourmet Traveller Award in 2013. The menu is full of mouth-wateringly delish dishes that will have you wanting more. It’s kind of fancy, the perfect option for date night.
4. Botanica Real Food
Looking for a to-die-for salad full of fresh and delicious ingredients? Look no further. You could call it the Ottolenghi of Brisbane. Maybe you’re someone who lives by the “you don’t make friends with salad” motto, in which case, you won’t be able to go past their insane sweet treats… yes there are gluten free options 😉
Brisbane newest hot spot. Dicki’s all day breakfast & lunch menu features plant-based versions of café classics, such as Dicki’s classic burger with housemade mushroom pattie, and a big breakfast with tofu scramble. Plenty of bites to share are on offer at night, such as crumbed olives, jalapeño cheese sticks (yum!) and sweet potato fries, along with more substantial meals such as the burger above, burritos and tacos.
Somewhat surprisingly for a place called The Hellmouth Diner, all items on the menu are vegan. (Diners have the choice to add animal-based options, forcing them to think about whether they really want to choose meat). Along with an incredible, extensive menu, Netherworld also has an abundance of pinball machines and arcade games, making this more of a destination than your run-of-the-mill café. What more could you want?!
Looking for more vegetarian restaurant ideas? Check these out for Sydney, and these out for Melbourne!