When you’re going out and about, it can be pretty hard to find good vegetarian food options. Worry not – here’s a list of good vegetarian restaurants around Sydney for your reference.
Mother Chu’s Vegetarian Kitchen
367 Pitt St, Sydney | http://www.motherchusvegetarian.com.au
Mother Chu offers home-style Chinese dish that will remind many of their family’s dining room. The place serves a variety of ‘fake meat’ incorporated in traditional dishes such as Kung Pao, Sweet and Sour stirfry and more. Make sure to try their San Choy Pow.
49 Perouse Rd, Randwick | http://www.soulburger.com.au
Soul Burger proves that even ‘junk food’ can be vegetarian-friendly. Traditional junk food options, such as burgers and milkshakes, are available here in their vegetarian form. Don’t miss out on their Classic Cheeseburger (complete with ‘cheese’ that has 85 per cent less calories than normal cheese!) and Battered Fish Burger!
4/14-20 Station St East, Harris Park | http://chatkazz.com.au
Indian street food that is 100% vegetarian? You can’t go wrong with that. From pav-bhaji to paneer masala dosa, Chatkazz provides you with a wide range of options. The food at Chatkazz could be quite spicy – order the Lassi range to relieve your tongue if you need.
57 MacLeay St, Potts Point | http://www.yellowsydney.com.au
With a vegetable-driven menu, Yellow creates an unforgettable high-end dining experience. If you’re opting for the a la carte menu, make sure to try the kohlrabi and the pumpkin ice cream. Otherwise, the 5-course and 7-course tasting menus should not be missed.
122 Chapel St, Marrickville | http://twochaps.com.au/
In a sense, visiting Two Chaps is a very Inner West experience – from the industrial warehouse interior design to the brunch options. Two Chaps is proudly meat-free. Other than the great coffee, don’t forget to order the hash browns, blueberry sourdough crumpet and black bean burger.
There you have it, my top five Sydney vegetarian restaurants! Which one will you try out this weekend?