Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in Subiaco
Veganism and vegetarianism are now more popular than ever, and it’s easy to see why. Healthy, delicious, guilt-free food? Yes please!
If you’re on the hunt for some mouthwatering vegetarian and vegan eats then make sure you check out this list of our favourite venues that offer a range of fantastic options for those looking to avoid meat and/or animal products.
1. The Clean Food Store
With items like the “Vegan Hippy Bowl” on the menu, you know that you’re in good hands at this hip store-cum-cafe. Their mission is to provide their customers with the best organic, natural and sustainable products.
This means that you can get your hands on a range of vegan/vegetarian delights including organic groceries, healthy takeaway food, specialty coffee, organic bread, cold-pressed juices, smoothies, nut milks, kombuchas and kefirs.
Those looking to fully embrace a sustainable lifestyle can also find a range of natural personal care items, cleaning products and zero waste goods.
2. Bibik Chan’s
When we’re in the mood for some great, inexpensive, meat-free Asian food we always make a beeline for Bibik Chan’s. Their super satisfying take on Malaysian comfort food features gems like Gado Gado (mixed veggies & boiled eggs served with a yummy peanut satay sauce), Vegetable Curry and Tauhoo-Goreng (fried soybean cake, cucumber & beansprouts topped with a tangy peanut sauce). With each dish costing a mere $9, your only worry is how much of it you can eat in one sitting!
3. Louis Baxters
As if bagels weren’t delicious enough in their own right, did you know that they’re also vegan? The guys at Louis Baxters take full advantage of this by serving up some plant based bagel treats alongside some great coffee, raw treats and other assorted deliciousness.
Located right next to the train station, it’s ideal for busy commuters looking for some on-the-go goodness (although you can also definitely take a seat and enjoy your food & drink in house as well).
4. Living Green Cafe
Specialists in all things healthy and wholesome, Living Green’s menu boasts a plethora of fantastic vegetarian and vegan options.
From acai & smoothie bowls to salads, bagels, wraps & paninis, you’ll have to come back more than once to sample them all! Best of all they have an excellent range of raw vegan sweet treats for you to indulge in if you feel like having a cheat day.
5. Little Cultures
The world is your vegetarian/vegan oyster at Little Cultures (if you’ll excuse the slightly inappropriate metaphor) - a frozen yoghurt & smoothie joint on Rokeby Rd that does everything from waffle puffs to yoghurt bowls, smoothie bowls, smoothies and cold pressed juices.
For those looking for a vegan treat we’d highly recommend the Loco Moco Smoothie Bowl (açaí, peanut butter, raw cacao powder, strawberry, banana and almond milk) topped off with some of their nut-free vegan muesli. Yum!
6. George’s Meze
The Greeks might not be renowned for their vegetarianism, but George’s Meze actually has a surprisingly good range of vegetarian mezedes (Greek sharing style dishes) on offer.
Choose from the haloumi & eggplant stack, spanakopita and saganaki, or if you’re really hungry bring a friend and get stuck into the vegetarian platter for two (spanakopita, saganaki, dolmades, Greek salad, beetroot salad, garlic potato stuffed capsicum, eggplant and haloumi stack and hand cut wedges).
: if you’re on the hunt for a quick weekday lunch, Mad Mex and Grill’d both now have vegan cheese on the menu. You’re welcome!