The Best Vegan Restaurants in Adelaide for a Delicious, Plant-based Feast
Take a step in the right direction by eating more plant-based this new year at Adelaide's best vegan restaurants.
2021 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. A fantastic way of doing this is to look into our diet - whether you’re a completely-conscious vegan, herbivore, pescetarian, part-time vegetarian or a full-time meat eater; this is our list of the best vegan restaurants in Adelaide that serve up delicious plant-based dishes to nourish your soul and stomach.
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, Lvl One, Adelaide Arcade
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 Rd, Goodwood
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 for 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
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 / or order online
Family ran and providing the freshest ingredients from their farms, there is enough choice in their seasonal menus to keep going back again and again. We’ve got our mind set on the avo pumpkin on toast for our first visit… or maybe the gnocchi. No, wait, it’s got to be the big breakfast.
38 Charles St, Norwood
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
You simply cannot beat a good pizza. And you probably can’t beat V Spot’s vegan pizzas. Working hard to perfect the cheesy delight that has been at arm’s length from vegans for so long, it’s good to finally tuck into it guilt-free. As long as you don’t judge us when we go for the Hawaiian, because pineapple definitely does belong on a pizza.
385 Magill Rd, St Morris
It’s just the worst when you plan a night out and the vegan options are basically a salad or a mushroom. Those days are behind us as we enter the heaven that is Plant 4 in Bowden. Discover some 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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