Hobart’s Top 5 Leading Raw and Vegan Hotspots
If you’re thinking about going vegan, there are plenty of places ready to help out. Eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to cut back on flavour or taste. Take these fine Hobart eating establishments, for example!
A true local gem, The Soup Stop is a cute little foodie favourite dishing up Indian-style vegetarian nourishment. The menu is brimming with vibrantly tasty goodness, much of which can be made vegan upon request. If you’re having trouble choosing, go for the Puri Aloo. That’s potatoes in rich tomato and onion gravy, served with puri bread. It’s like eating a cuddle!
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‘Mock’ meat has a pretty hit-and-miss reputation, but that wouldn’t be the case at all if everyone did it as well as Thai Veggie Hutt. This friendly restaurant specialises in authentic Thai cuisine with a vegan/vegetarian spin, and you just have to try the Thai Massaman Curry with Soy Meat. It’s utterly yummy, and the soy meat is bound to convince even the most dedicated carnivore.
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Relaxed, attractively decorated and rocking some killer armchairs, HeartFood is the eatery of choice for many veggie-centric diners in downtown Hobart. Most of the food is safely vegan, and the staff members are thoroughly pleasant and committed to your happy dining experience. If you want our advice, order the Battered Cauliflower. It’s totally delicious!
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Fully committed to vegetarianism and the worldwide eradication of unhealthy eating, Straight Up is an outstanding clean-eating cafe. The coffee’s great, there’s a beautiful tree painted onto the wall, and the Spiced Ginger Buckwheat Porridge (with baked apple, toasted nuts/seeds and almond milk, no less) is bound to satisfy your cravings for sweetness. Yum.
Pollen Tea Room is known for many splendid things, including organic tea, raw treats, gluten-free brunches and veggie/vegan lunches. It’s an adorably tiny Tasmanian treasure, and a mandatory destination for anyone visiting the Battery Point area. Nothing quite beats a slice of Green Matcha Cake by the cosy fireside, so settle in for a whimsically rustic afternoon indeed. This is the good life!