Vegan Picnic Boxes
Picnic season is upon us! Whether you are feasting in the park with friends, enjoying a long lunch with the family at home, or tucking into a picnic box all by yourself, these picnic boxes are here to help celebrate the season.
Glou Wine Bar
The wait is over! YOLANDA X Glouhase finally launched their picnic packs! All 10 dishes + 2 wines are vegan and can be ordered to serve 2 or 4. You can also choose between a fully refundable zero waste option and an offset option which includes a donation to Biodiverse Reforestation Australia and a refundable deposit on their wine bottles. Pre-orders online only – tap the link in their bio to find out more.
Free to Feed
Make your next picnic meaningful by ordering a vegan Mezze Grazing Box from Free to Feed. These legends are all about empowering employment to refugees and people seeking asylum through shared food experiences. Their mezze box is curated with housemade focaccia, olives, spiced nuts, dolma, dips, and falafels. Celebrate culture, good food, and togetherness by ordering yourself one on their website.
Little Things Cafe
Bring on Spring with the epic picnic boxes from social enterprise cafe Little Things Cafe. Their Vegan Box for 2 features a vegan BLAT, mushroom sausage rolls, vege sticks, beetroot hummus, 2 choc nut cookies, and 2 drinks (hot, sodas, or juice). 100% of profits from these goodies boxes are donated to World Vision Australia. Call them on 98941336 by 2pm for next day pickup.
Food tastes better when you’re enjoying it on a picnic blanket so we suggest treating yourselves to one of the Vegan Picnic Sets from Chinese Brasserie TuanTuan. It comes with an appetiser, main, ice milk tea + a seasonal fruits and flower bouquet. DM them to make an order or call 03 9995 5407.
Mr and Mrs Andersson
Weekday picnics…that’s how we roll. Any sushi fans must get themselves one of the Vegan Sushi Platters from Mr and Mrs Andersson Cafe It comes with Avocado cucumber takuan inari uramaki, Takuan Maki, Seaweed cucumber rolls, Spicy avocado Uramaki rolls, and Purple sweet potato croquette uramaki. PS: If you’re celebrating a birthday, be sure to order one of their specialty sushi cakes too!!
Friday feast! A sunset dinner sounds pretty good to us, especially when with one of Just Falaf’s Big Awesome Family Packs! It comes with 16 falafels, your choice of two large salads, hummus, beetroot dip, fresh pitas + dessert. Too good to pass up!
Level up your next picnic with the very special Lona Misa Al Aire Libre picnic packs. The box for 2 is available every Thursday to Sunday and includes guacamole, oyster mushroom ceviche, pumpkin zapallo, crumble + optional paired wines. You can even upgrade your picnic experience by renting a picnic basket, plates, blanket, and glasses. Cheers to that!
Platters by EM
There’s nothing better than eating a good meal under blue skies. Take your next brunch or dinner date to the park with a Vegan Platter Box from Platters by Em. There are 4 sizes to choose from and you’ll get a selection of vegan cheeses, dips, fruit, veg, pickles, crackers, falafels, pretzels, nuts, sweets, and more. Good for you and good for the earth!!
What’s your weekend looking like? Get organised & order yourself a vegan picnic platter from Tia Con. It’s packed with spring rolls, rice paper rolls, satay sticks, bao & banh mi. An absolute feast!
Who said you can’t have a picnic at home 🏠 Experience the magic of Thai cuisine with the Chef’s Picnic Box from Bmby. It’s filled with traditional Thai dishes and desserts including mar hor pineapple & cashew, lui suan spring rolls, kao yum, fried taro & black bean, fried tofu & tao tueng dessert soup. It’ll feel just like a picnic in Phuket. Order via the link in their bio.
If you love food and nature as much as any true Melbournian, but don’t own a picnic set – Serotonin @serotonindealer has everything you need. Their new Picnic Box for 2 includes a Plant-based Salmon Bagel, No Brainer Burrito, Crispy Cauliflower Wings, Positive Pancakes & LOTS MORE. Plus, borrow their picnic basket + blanket FREE of charge. Order via the link in their bio or via their takeaway window.