Sydney’s Most Delicious Vegan and Raw Food Hot Spots

The whole raw/vegan thing is really taking off these days, and we couldn’t be happier about it. If you’re not sure where to get your health kick sorted, no worries! We’ve pulled together some of the yummiest raw and vegan food spots in the city.

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Image credit: The Dandylion
Image credit: The Dandylion

The Dandylion

Bondi

A definite must-try for anyone feeling peckish in Bondi, The Dandylion is a chic and beautifully laid out vegan joint with a dash of Mediterranean flair. The food is colourful, creative and genuinely flavoursome, and there’s even a choice of vegan beers and wines! For a quick bite, order the Saffron Organic Scrambled Tofu, with spiced seasonal veg, kale, pomegranate and homemade chia hummus. It may just become your new brunch go-to!

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Image credit: Bliss and Chips
Image credit: Bliss and Chips

Bliss and Chips

Newtown

Bliss and Chips is a strange place where nothing is quite as it seems. Sure, what you’re eating might look like a nice piece of battered fish. It might taste like a perfectly normal crab stick. It might even feel like real, deep-fried prawns. But it’s not. None of it is. In fact, it’s all delicious 100% vegan goodness! We have no idea how they do it, but this is fish and chips like you’ve never had it before and well worth a try.

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Image credit: Sadhana Kitchen

Sadhana Kitchen

Newtown

One of Sydney’s more established vegan and raw food spots, Sadhana is a pleasant, airy space with a mildly hippyish feel. It’s famous for its scrumptiously filling vegan lasagne, which is a big, glorious mass of zucchini pasta, cashew cheese, basil pesto, walnut mince, spinach and tomato sauce. But if that isn’t quite enough for you, you should give the vegan/raw degustation a go. Held every Friday night, this feast is a real eye-opener!

“You cannot beat Sadhana. Go in with an open mind and you will be pleasantly surprised. The raw cakes that they have are AMAZING! A bit pricey so not everyday fare, but definitely a place to check out for brunch (get a colourful smoothie on the side). Your camera wielding Instagram friends will thank you, the food is that beautiful.” – Lucinda1992


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Image credit: Pana Chocolate
Image credit: Pana Chocolate

Pana Chocolate

Alexandria

If you’ve experienced bitter disappointment with vegan desserts before, don’t write them off completely. Just head to Pana Chocolate – this is where the good stuff is! It’s rich, velvety chocolate that free of gluten, dairy and soy, and the things they can do with it will blow your mind. We particularly recommend the Pana Pop, which is a gorgeous bundle of dark chocolate, creamy not-cheesecake, raspberry and coconut.

“I was thrilled to find Pana Chocolate had opened in Alexandria. Their chocolates and slices are gluten, dairy and refined sugar free and delicious! Slices look delicious with a variety of gorgeous edible decorations: rose petals, berries, nuts and chocolate. Staff are friendly and helpful and will offer you some tastes of slices on offer to help you choose.” – Jane Anderson


Image credit: Gelato Blue
Image credit: Gelato Blue

Gelato Blue

Newtown

You can’t go wrong with gelato, especially when it’s fresh, vegan and available in over 20 different flavours. The folks at Gelato Blue are some of the nicest you’ll ever meet, and make it their mission to please you from the second you walk in. You’ll have a tasty time working your way through the menu to find your favourite gelato, and there’s also sorbets and a very alluring vegan pavlova to sample…

“Gelato Blue is sooo good! Fotini and her family who run the business are beautiful people who go out of their way for their customers. They have a huge variety, heaps of vegan options, and all their gelato and sorbet are meticulously made in house to an authentic recipe – only the good stuff! I couldn’t recommend them more highly.” – Kristi-Anna

Did we miss out on any of your favourite raw food or vegan spots? If so, just let us know and review them on True Local!

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