While many restaurants in Sydney pride themselves on their meat dishes, a few restaurants stand out from the rest, because of their commitment to enticing vegetarian foods. Many of the vegetarian restaurants in Sydney take on other philosophies, or restrict meat because of their religious or cultural values. A visit to one of these vegetarian restaurants, can be more than a culinary experience, but a chance to understand who different people live, and how vegetarian food can be tasty and delicious – and you’ll almost forget that there is no meat.
A highlight of vegetarian restaurants in Sydney is Harvest Vegetarian, which is located in the inner-city suburb of Rozelle, at 71 Evans Street. Expect delicately presented comfort foods and a diverse range of fresh and nutritious ingredients. The menu includes entrées, main meals and gorgeous desserts that will tempt you to try three courses. You can also benefit from Harvest Vegetarian if you are a vegan or are restricted to other specific diets. The staff will be helpful, and can assist you in selecting the right meals from their menu, to suit your needs and interests.
Bodhi Restaurant is located at Lower Mezzanine Level Cook & Phillip Park 2-4 College Street, right in the heart of Sydney’s central business district. This Asian style vegetarian restaurant offers a range of services, including a tempting lunch-time Yum Cha. Treat yourself to a range of vegetables, tofu dishes and also a variety of different flavoured and culturally influenced dumplings. This is a great place for groups and people seeking a unique experience.
182 King Street, Newtown (02 9550 5234)
Iku Whole food Kitchen
Organic and bio dynamic ingredients are used and provides very healthy dining. 612 Darling Street, Rozelle (02 9810 5155).
Chu's Vegetarian Kitchen,
367 Pitt Street, Sydney (02 9283 2828)