How does one ever pick somewhere to eat in Melbourne? Its virtually impossible to pick.
We narrowed it down to our top 5 lunch spots (in no particular order)
Eka Wholefoods, Seddon – A wholefoods shop and plant based cafe, that offers a variety of dishes that will guarantee to satisfy! We can’t help but feel like we are in a home away from home every time we visit Eka. Choose from baos, falafel bowls or their signature tofu scramble.
Smith and Deli/Daughter, Fitzroy – If you know Melbourne, you know Smith and Deli! To the best sangas in all of the land! A very popular spot to pick up a pie, sandwich, toastie or shop for some vegan goodies. You can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. Be prepared to line up though, its worth it!
Particle Cinnamon, Avondale Heights- Gluten free and 100% vegan baby! Take your tastebuds to vegan heaven (we mean it). One visit and you’ll be hooked! Enjoy the best of both worlds with a menu full of savoury and sweet options.
One for the Crow, Maidstone – A newbie, but not one to be missed. If you are all about comfort and relaxed vibes… you have found your new favourite cafe. An entire vegetarian menu with HEAPS of vegan food on offer. Look out for the weekend food specials, they always blow our mind!
Lucky Lockett, Brunswick – Not the most well known, but one that deserves a lot of credit! Burgers, tofu scramble, muffins, pancakes and more. A spacey, chill vibe with genuine service. Oh, we probably should mention they have mac n cheese balls… that are VEGAN! Run.. don’t walk.
If you think we are missing somewhere from the list, let us know!
Don’t forget to tag us if you visit one of these venues @melbveganguide