Below is a list of the top and leading Vegetarian Restaurants in Melbourne. To help you find the best vegetarian restaurants located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Melbourne’s Vegetarian Restaurants:
The top rated vegetarian restaurants offering fresh variety of vegetable food and specialties are:
- Gopals Pure Vegetarian
- Shakahari Too
- Sister of Soul
Gopals Pure Vegetarian
Gopals Pure Vegetarian situated in the heart of Melbourne city, at 139 Swanston Street, Gopals Pure Vegetarian provides an atmosphere of peace and balance, where you can get away from the business of the city and enjoy a nutritious tasty meal. Established in 1980 , currently the oldest vegetarian restaurant in Melbourne, it was started by the renowned internationally vegetarian master chef extraordinaire Kurma Das. It has been owned and operated by the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) or commonly known as The Hare Krishna’s for the past 33 years.
Salad, Soup, Mains, Dessert and Drinks
“Outstanding experience. I came here for the first time for a vegan meal. The food was flavourful, fresh, wholesome and made with love. Great value for money. Chill atmosphere. Amazing service. I’ll be going back again this week.” -Katrina Hartley
Shakahari Too for more than forty years, Shakahari in Carlton has been a Melbourne dining institution with award-winning Vegetarian flavours that appeal to even the most stubborn of meat eaters. In late 2012, feverish customer demand allowed the opening of Shakahari Too located on the other side of the river in South Melbourne.
Walnut Yuri Noodles, Matcha, Croquettes, Satay Shakahari, Gluten- Free Deserts & Function Dining.
“Beautiful food, great atmosphere, amazing service. We could not have been happier with this restaurant. Will definitely be returning.”- Steve Hunt
Sister of Soul
Sister of Soul diverts several tonnes of food waste and coffee grinds away from landfill to St.Kilda Veg Out Community Gardens to enrich the soil and help locals grow veggies, fruits and herbs. Definitely worth a visit – corner Chaucer street / Shakespeare Grove – you can’t miss it.
Beer, Coffee, Chocolate, Elixirs, Cocktails, Salads, Wines, Aperitifs and Digestives.
“Great range of get and vegan food, cool atmosphere and friendly service.”- Seamus Curtain- Magee
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