Top 10 Plant-Based Take out Options in Melbourne

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Plants are an excellent inclusion in any meal. They are derived naturally, with no chemicals added and they are packed with essential nutrients that can support the immune system, help the body fight toxins, boost metabolism, and provide other excellent benefits.

In Melbourne, vegans and healthy meal enthusiasts are looking for restaurants that will offer the finest in vegan cuisine. Competition is growing, and new plant-based restaurants are coming up every day. This is a list of the top vegan and plant-based take out options in Melbourne.

1. Transformer Fitzroy

This restaurant offers a 90% plant-based in-dining menu. Customers can conveniently dine at the restaurant with non-vegan family and friends. Foods on the menu include pickled nashi and pumpkin seed cream, orange almond polenta, and fried Brussels sprouts.

Address: 99 Rose St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia

2. Red Sparrow

With pizza, there is little that can go wrong. With this in mind, the owners of Red Sparrow have crafted their menu to suit the taste buds of the vegans and plant-based meal enthusiasts, as well as non-vegans. You will find interesting combinations on their menu, as well as some familiar classics.

Address: 406 Smith St, Collingwood VIC 3066, Australia

3. Yong Green Food

Another vegan restaurant favorite in Melbourne is Yong Green Food. This restaurant offers cuisine from all parts of the globe, which satisfies the vegan requirements and taste buds. The menu also makes allowances for special requests and food intolerance

Address: 421 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia

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4. Vegie Bar

For over twenty years, Vegi Bar has been one of the most trusted restaurants for plant-based food lovers. Diners are offered a menu that features a wide variety of quality plant-based foods, as well as some exciting specials.

Address: 380 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia

5. Shoku Iku

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Shoku Iku specializes in organic and raw foods. Their menu also caters to the vegan palette. For example, their delicious banana pancakes come with a side of fresh fruits and a plant-based cream special. They also include vegetables and kelp in their lunchtime noodles.

Address: 120 High St, Northcote VIC 3070, Australia

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6. Sister of Sol

Sister of Sol caters to the vegan and vegetarian market, offering a variety of delicious breakfast options, as well as some lunch and dinner meals. Their menu includes the tempeh massaman curry, deep-fried eggplant, and made-from-scratch marshmallow.

Address: 73 Acland St, St Kilda VIC 3182, Australia

7. Serotonin Eatery

The idea that vegan food must be bland and tasteless has been completely denounced by this restaurant’s menu. Their food offering includes Raw Green Protein Bowl, ginger latte, and other savory dishes.

Address: 52 Madden Grove, Burnley VIC 3121, Australia

8.Trippy Taco

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The Trippy Taco caters to both vegetarians and vegans, ready with alternatives for every dietary restriction. Their Mexican food might be vegan, but it does little to diminish the taste and flavor. Some of the foods on their menu include cheesy vegan quesadillas and vegan tacos.

Address: 234 Gertrude St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia

9. Nature Café Bar

For a vegan relaxation spot, this cafe is one of the best Melbourne has to offer. Although their menu caters more towards café foods, the joint doubles as a dinner restaurant for three nights a week. Some of the foods to try out on their menu include the Asian taro salad, and the banana blossom fish and chips

Address: 1/3 Thompson St, Frankston VIC 3199, Australia

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10. Euro Kitchen

This European restaurant was born out of a desire to cater to animal welfare. The menu features meals from across Europe such as Turkish doner kebabs, Austrian ‘chicken’ schnitzel, and Swedish vegan meatballs.

Address: 100 Kerr Street Corner of Kerr &, Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065, Australia


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