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The Best Vegan Restaurants in Adelaide for a Delicious, Plant-based Feast

From cheesy fried-chicken burgers to protein-packed Buddha bowls, these are the best vegan restaurants in Adelaide.

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Mettā Sol

2022 is the year to continue our conscious learning on how to look after our body, our furry friends and our planet in a healthier way. Adelaide’s bourgeoning culinary scene continues to expand its delicious vegan offering that is matching its carnivorous counterparts in both flavour and presentation. From food trucks and hangover cures to power bowls and vibrant, flavour-packed curries, these are the best vegan restaurants in Adelaide. 

Veggo Sizzle

True to its name, this vegan eatery has a whole lot of sizzle. With brothers Priyank & Pratik Panchal at the helm, they’ve created an almost entirely homemade line-up of vegan plates that will satisfy even the biggest of meat lovers. Pumping out cheap and cheerful comfort food, their menu crisscrosses the world, affording the pleasure of ordering vegan satay skewers, eggplant parmigiana and a Thai green curry all in the one meal.

4 / 465 Pulteney Street, Adelaide

Veggie Vie Café

What started out as a mobile burger business has flourished into one of the best vegan restaurants in Adelaide serving up uncomplicated, veggie-centric bites for every occasion. Diners won't be missing eggs bennys and parmas when they're being offered chilli hot pots, golden pumpkin and rice balls and lush salads alongside banging smoothies and bowls for the sweet tooths. There's a lengthy wine list (all vegan, of course) for the boozy brunch crowd and organic coffee and homemade kombucha for the rest. Trust us, you’ll want to add this one to your brunch rotation!

16 McHenry Street, Adelaide

Staazi & Co

Voted 5th best vegan food truck in the world by Lonely Planet, Staazi & Co’s core values consist of compassion, kindness, and sustainability, coupled with really good food. Being a street food site, it’s never been easier to quickly pick up something delicious vegan fare that will leave you satisfied in more ways than one. Specialties include “lamb” gyros with homemade tzatziki, tomato and chips in a fluffy pita and their ever-indulgent loaded fries topped with Greek-style slaw, tzatziki and olive tapenade.

224 Grenfell Street, Adelaide

Two Bit Villains

It doesn’t matter whether you’re after a quick fix or a meal that will fill you to the point of sneakily unbuttoning your jeans, just try one of Two Bit Villains award-winning ‘beef’ and ‘chicken’ burgers and who knows… you may never go back to meat. Make sure you accompany with one of their delicious handcrafted sodas, made with real fruit and spices. 

Shop 150, Level One, Adelaide Arcade

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Here you can find Vietnamese inspired menus fuelled by family roots, Aussie multiculturalism and Mother Earth. Lust after their 100% plant-based favourites including traditional Pho and a banh mi, you must also check out their online products also to take the deliciousness home with you.

98b Goodwood Road, Goodwood

Cherry Darlings Bakehouse

Go nuts for doughnuts! It’s truly exciting to see how far plant-based food has come in the past years, with the options of cakes and doughnuts suited to all dietary choices. You can even treat a loved one to a truly special vegan cake: choose one, two or three tiers smothered in a mouthwatering buttercream frosting with so many flavour options that we don't even know where to begin. Would we get peanut butter? A festive gingerbread? Or maybe even a Turkish delight!

5 Aroha Terrace, Forestville

Lord of the Fries

Vegans want junk food too! Lord of the Fries’ plant-based menu is not one to overlook. Honestly, the most perfect non-greasy, non-fatty hangover cure there is. Whether it’s fries, hotdogs or burgers, you can even top it off with a milk-free milkshake to complete your not so junk food binge. 

23 Hindley Street, Adelaide

33 Jetty Road, Glenelg 

Crux

Picture it. It’s a Sunday morning. You and the girls need sustenance but aren’t sure where to go; you’ve exhausted all the brunch options and want to discover something new, exciting and fun. With options including ‘BAE’ - bacon, egg, hash browns, and ‘Chocolate Bowl’, washed down with organic tea and fresh juices, this has to be the new place you check out. 

5/292 Military Road, Semaphore Park

PingAn Veggie Time

There's nothing worse when eating out and the vegan options are sad salads and a couple of starters. For the plant-based kings and queens with a hearty appetite, run don't walk to PingAn Veggie Time. Discover classic Thai dishes lovingly prepared by people who are passionate about creating delicious, healthy meals that celebrate traditional Thai flavours.

Plant 4, 5 Third Street, Bowden

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