Brisbane has a growing community of vegetarians, with the popularity of ethical eating on the rise. This list is great for introducing a bunch of new veggie options into the local dining scenes. We’ve got Brisbane’s best vegetarian restaurants for all the veg-lovers and ethical eaters out there.
Charlie’s Raw Squeeze
Cafe, Healthy, Vegan, Australian, $$$
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For Brisbane locals, you’d have to be living under a rock not to notice the Charlie’s Raw Squeeze franchise taking over the suburbs. Charlie’s is all vegan with their flagship store and café open 24/7. They have a heap of locations around Brisbane, so check out their website for your nearest.
MISS BLISS WHOLEFOODS KITCHEN, West End | Courtesty of Miss Bliss
Miss Bliss Wholefoods Kitchen is all about providing a nourishing wholefood option, low on refined sugars. While this café isn’t totally vegetarian, it has some super tasty vego options. It’s great for breakfast and lunch.
Govinda’s is a Brisbane institution, well known by Brisbane university students for the all you can eat and drink feast for only $12.90. Govinda’s doesn’t skip on options or flavour – think dahl, vegetable curry and samosa. The ginger and mint lemonade is worth the visit alone!
The Green Edge is where you’ll want to go for a vego burger for Sunday lunch. You can even pick up your groceries while you’re at it as there’s a grocer attached. This family owned business is all about giving Brisbane a more ethical choice when it comes to food and lifestyle.
If you live on the north side of Brisbane, no doubt you’ll know these guys. They hand make some of the best gluten-free sweet and savoury treats and are famous for their jam-packed take-away salad options. Botanica is a take-away restaurant so grab your veg to go.