Below is a list of the top and leading Vegan Restaurants in Newcastle. To help you find the best Vegan Restaurants located near you in Newcastle, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Newcastle’s Best Vegan Restaurants:
The top rated Vegan Restaurants in Newcastle are:
- Bonta Vera
- The Bhakti Tree
Bonta Vera – They opened Bonta Vera to show people that vegan food isn’t bad. They are constantly working on their menu to make sure that they keep up to date with the latest plant based alternatives.
Customers can come and suss out their legends menu while they have a drink in front of the fireplace with a collection of their best selling burgers all together.
Beef, Chicken, Vegetable, Other Foods, Sides
“Delicious vegan burgers. Super cool atmosphere. Good pricing and friendly staff. Really decadent desserts with a ton of milk shake and thick shake options too. The chips and gravy are a standout. Definitely worth making the drive to Minmi!” – William Jiraiya
Sephardim – It takes more than exquisite cooking to make a memorable meal. At Sephardim, they believe an intimate atmosphere in the right location, attentive and personal service and great company are what differentiate a delicious dinner from an unforgettable experience.
Located in the Warners Bay, Sephardim offers delicious and authentic food to every customers. They offers food to share and banquets.
Mezze, Share Plates, Banquet, Sides, Desserts
“My husband and I had our first visit in July with a group of our friends. We thoroughly enjoyed the food, loved the shared dishes and the deserts were amazing. Would definitely go back.” – Alana Hopson
The Bhakti Tree
The Bhakti Tree – Their food is made with bhakti, a Sanskrit word meaning devotion or love. They believe the consciousness of the cook preparing the food plays a major role in how the food nourishes the eater. Therefore, all their cooks are specially trained in the Vedic tradition that teaches a high standard of cleanliness in habits and a mood of loving devotion while cooking. And this consciousness is evident in their food.
Food at the Bhakti Tree is healthy while at the same time tasty and economical. They put in a lot of love and effort in their food, right from sourcing quality ingredients through to bringing it to their customers. So customers don’t need to spend a lot of money to get a nourishing and filling meal. The Bhakti Tree lunch or dinner mainly consists of an ‘all customers care to eat at the Bhakti Tree’ or a ‘one-serve’ Bhakti self-serve buffet comprising rice, curry, roast veggies, salad, papadams and dessert.
The buffet is mostly vegan and gluten-free, with the rice, curry and dessert varying daily in flavour.
Weekday Specials, Saturday Specials, Bhakti Buffet, Organic Ahimsa Sairy, Cold Drinks, Hot Drinks, Lassi, Vegan Smoothie, Desserts
“Dined there today as first timers & left with a full belly & a huge smile, such welcoming staff, tasty food & lovely atmosphere.” – Jane Musgrave
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