The ultimate list of vegan food in Brisbane

Tracking down amazing vegan eats can be a huge pain, but never fear, Brisbane has you covered. From butternut pumpkin and sage spaghetti to Matcha Made in Heaven doughnuts, the city has vegan breakfasts, lunches, dinners and desserts galore. Here’s our ultimate list.


Vegan Big Breakfast at Fundies Food Café

The organic supermarket and cafe in Paddington plates up a big vegan brekky overflowing with goodness. Fill up on sauteed mushrooms, oven-roasted tomato, wilted baby spinach, avocado, organic scrambled tofu and beans served with sourdough, and wash it down with a fresh juice or a vegan smoothie.

Green Breakfast minus poached eggs at Miss Jones

Picturesque to a pastel tee and with quality vegan options and coffee to follow, Miss Jones is certainly bringing an edge of competition to the vegan breakfast scene. Feast on the green breakfast with spinach, broccolini, kale, tri coloured quinoa, roast pumpkin and haloumi (obviously minus the poached eggs). 

Open breakfast burger at Nutri Hitt 

Packing flavour with quality, Nutri Hitt is Australia's largest raw and baked healthy cake manufacturer but also serves a mean breakfast at the cafe in Hamilton. Opt for the open burger filled with a house-made black bean and hemp patty served on SOL gluten free pumpkin loaf with beet hummus, avo, kraut, greens and a Big Mac cashew sauce. 

Brioche French Toast at Grown 

Offering an entirely plant-based menu and primarily utilising local produce grown within 400km of Brisbane, carnivores will not oppose to making a dietary switch, especially when the brioche french toast is this good. 

Black Sesame Waffle at Miss Bliss Wholefoods Kitchen

Miss Bliss knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, that’s why its entire menu is pure awesome. Drop into the wholefoods kitchen in West End and enjoy the house-made black sesame waffle vegan granola topped with matcha coconut yoghurt, peanut & black sesame crunch, yuzu pearls and lemon balm.

Winters Garden Bowl at Suburban Café 

Vegans on a heath kick – meet the ultimate protein-packed breakfast at Suburban Café. Go green in West End with all the goodness of sweet potato, beetroot, cauliflower, greens and dukkah topped with pomegranate dressing. 

Breakfast mess at Felix For Goodness

Throw purple rice pudding, creamed coconut, meringue and torched mango on a plate and what does this give you? The Felix For Goodness breakfats mess. 

Breaky Bowl at Willow and Spoon

The simple-looking shopfront at Wilston’s Willow and Spoon Café is hiding a delicious seasonal brunch menu and seating out the back away from the hustle and bustle of Newmarket Rd. The vegan highlight is the breaky bowl filled with miso eggplant, ginger peas, mushroom and dashi broth and ramen noodles.

Big Breaky Smoothie at Kiss the Berry

Kiss the Berry

The purple berry superfood is about the best thing that happened to vegans since tofu. Get involved and indulge in the Big Breaky Smoothie at Kiss the Berry in the city and South Bank for organic acai with banana, coconut yogurt, coconut oil, oats, pea protein and almond mylk. 

Fruit tingle acai bowl at Nodo

Another must-try acai bowl is the fruit tingle bowl from Nodo that combines organic acai, blueberries, kombucha, banana, nodo granola, summer fruits and raspberry sherbet. 

Vegan eggs benedict at Little Clive 

No joke, Little Clive serves up the best vegan poached eggs this side of the Brisbane River and people are going a little crazy. Choose between spiced pumpkin and mixed mushrooms and the professionals will do the rest with sourdough, a bed of greens, vegan poached eggs and a cashew hollandaise. 

Vegan jaffles at Satori Organics 

Jaffles for breakfast? Why the hell not. Satori at Sandgate caters for all dietary needs but its vegan selection is what's got us looking. Choose from a range of raw, vegan treats (including CocoWhip!) or sip on a coffee with almond milk or a flavoured house-made kombucha. Sunday and Wednesday are organic market days out the front of the shop.

Scrambled tofu at Sol Breads

Suffering from a dietary requirement? Sol Breads organic food now includes a range of options to suit your dietary needs. Although most of the menu is vegan for breakfast and lunch, a real crowd pleaser is the scrambled tofu with relish and greens on sourdough – add a vegan sausage to feed your inner carnivore. 


Potato and Pea Fritters at Botero Brisbane

You can't go wrong with anything on the Botero lunchtime menu. We've tried and tested the vegan option and it's absolutely delish - potato and pea fritters with coconut tomato chutney, cauliflower, sprouted lentils and labneh. Your belly will thank you.

Villa bowl at Villa 

Transport yourself to Bali and fuel your body with all the macronutrients your body needs from one bowl. You won't regret the tofu and eggplant bowl filled with fried tofu, miso eggplant, kale and cucumber salad, pickled carrot, cherry tomatoes, charred brussel sprouts and lemongrass chilli soy dressing with your choice of grain. 

Vegan Nachos at Raw Juicery

Raw Juicery

Fulfil your Mexican craving at Raw Juicery in the City, Bulimba, Carindale and Chermside. In its vegan takeaway nachos you’ll find organic, gluten-free felafel chips, smashed avocado with lime and pink himalayan rock salt, house-made cashew cheese and vegan salsa. 

Pesto Mushroom Fettucine at The Green Edge

Like everything on the vegan-friendly menu at The Green Edge in Windsor, this lunch dish is made using local produce and is packed with flavour. Enjoy the pan fried mushrooms, house made pesto and garlic tossed in a light coconut cream sauce. 

Vegan curries at Govinda's

Govinda’s Pure Vegetarian is, as you may have guessed, a vegetarian restaurant, however they also do some epic vegan options. Grab a vegan curry with fragrant jasmine rice and a vegan cheesecake for dessert  to really satisfy your belly. 

Vegan Bagel at The Bagel Boys

Aptly named The Vegan, The Bagel Boys in the city fill a freshly baked vegan bagel with avocado, roast capsicum, tomato, pine nuts, red onion, lemon and rocket, with sweet tomato and chilli relish for your drooling pleasure.

Pizza at The Burrow

Sol Breads

Satisfy your Italian craving with vegan pizza on your visit to The Burrow in West End. You’ll be spoilt for choice with the vegan take on margharita, salami and cheese and wilted greens with braised beetroot. 

Burgers at MooFree Burgers

The hearty burgers at this North Lakes and Redbank Plains establishment contain no moos... in fact, they contain no animal products or sounds whatsoever. So you can chow down on a delicious burger like the hash and beet, guilt free.

Naughty fries at Whiskey Business 

It's all whiskey business in Capalaba, especially when naughty fries line the menu. Load up your fries with pulled mushroom or the Spanish combination of tomato and chilli salsa, roasted capsicum, shallots, vegan cheddar and sour cream. 

Pan-fried dumplings at Vegeme

There's no need to miss out on delicious Asian food. Chow down on pan-fried dumplings, okonomiyaki, spring rolls, curry puffs, King Oyster mushroom strips and much much more. Our mouths are watering already.  

Macro Bowl at Thr1ve

@sashahartley_ at Thr1ve

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City-goers can get a piece of the vegan action as they pass through Post Office Square between Adelaide and Queen Streets. Nothing but nutritious, the Buddha bowl will leave you feeling zen after munching down a delicious lunch of marinated tofu, superfood slaw, pickled red cabbage, red quinoa and brown rice with a ginger and soy dressing. Ommmmm nom nom.


Vegetable roulade at Vintaged Bar and Grill

Go all out with a three-course meal at Brisbane City’s Hilton Hotel restaurant. On the dedicated vegan menu, start with the truffled white polenta and exotic mushrooms with crispy kale, follow with the standout grilled miso eggplant with macadamias, puffed rice, black garlic, lilly pilly for main, and finish with the rice pudding with mango and minted tapioca, toasted coconut and salted caramel pearls. 

Tofu steak at Vege Rama

The Vege Rama restaurant in West End serves up a mean steak, sans beef. Sink your teeth into tofu with tomato roasted vegetables on creamy corn polenta, and wash it down with a vegan cocktail.

Seven-course vegan degustation at Urbane

Urbane has not one, but two dedicated herbivore degustation options. The hardest choice you’ll have to make is choosing between five or seven courses.

Indian at It’s Mirchi

Got the hots for Indian?! You may well fall in love on your visit to It’s Mirchi in Paddington. Brisbane’s only healthy Indian restaurant has a generous vegan selection on its menu, from delicious daal to aloo everything and eggplant masala. They even do takeaway and home deliveries.

Literally everything on the menu at Netherworld

This Fortitude Valley arcade bar is taking the city's vegan offerings to the next level with its full vegan menu – yep, it's vegans first here, folks. The food is American diner-style with Japanese influence ie. loaded fries, kimchi pancakes and tanuki tofu burgers. #thereisagod

Degustation at Bacchus


All your vegan dreams will come true on your visit to Bacchus South Bank, when you indulge in a four course degustation. Expect the likes of a herb, fennel and blood orange risotto for main, followed by chocolate cake with strawberry and coconut sorbet and handmade petit fours for dessert.

Green curry at PawPaw Café

Continuing the theme of multiple-course meals, we suggest you drop in for three delicious courses at PawPaw Café in Woolloongabba, open Wednesday to Sunday nights. Start with the vegan spring rolls, indulge in a green curry with tofu and finish off with a Cocowhip sundae. Make it even easier and book the buddhist banquet – six delicious dishes all 

Indietreats at Wandering Cooks

The menu changes weekly, but indulge on everything from Malaysian laksa to jackfruit pulled 'pawk' burgers from Indietreats at Wandering Cooks in South Brisbane. Catch them while you can for delicious vegan dinners on Friday nights and gourmet treats for breakfast and lunch on Saturday and Sunday.

Seven-course set menu at Grown's pop-up degustations

Two nights a week, West End based vegan cafe Grown welcomes Urbane head chef Alejandro Cancino to create miracles in the kitchen with plant-based ingredients. Serving only eight patrons in each sitting allows you to indulge in this exclusive seven-course set menu without the hussle and bustle of a busy restaurant. Bookings essential.

Mushroom carbonara at Loving Hut

Loving Hut

This 100 per cent vegan southside restaurant is a favourite with locals. Choose the fresh fungi carbonara for button mushrooms, crinkled zucchini sauteed in a creamy cashew sauce with fettuccine pasta, finished with fresh parsley. Buon appetito!

Bodi Tama at Kathmandu Newa Chhe'n

Experience the taste of the Himalayas on your visit to Kathmandu Newa Chhe’n with this spice-enriched main, an assortment of beans, potatoes and bamboo shoots cooked in a garlic, ginger, cumin and turmeric tomato gravy. Book to secure one of the low tables with cushions for the full Nepalese experience. 

Vegan Platter at Brisbane Brewing Co

Because cheese platters are out (obvs), Brisbane Brewing Co dishes up a full platter of herbivore goodness. We’re talking olives, mushrooms, house pickles, baby beets and corn cobettes with mouth-watering smoked tomato relish and baguettes. If you don’t like sharing, try the vegan mince Brewery chilli.

Korean fried cauliflower at Chop Chop Changs

Travel to the streets of Asia with all the vegan options at Chop Chop Changs. You could order 10 plates of the Korean fried cauliflower but if you want some variety, the schzuan eggplant, king brown mushroom yakitori, edamame and corn and coriander cakes will all complement your feast. 

Strozzapreti at Otto

Choose from a vegan menu of entrees, mains and dessert at this modern Italian restaurant with Story Bridge views. Our pick goes to the short tube-shaped pasta with broccolini, semi dried tomatos and salsa verde. Bellissimo!


Doughnuts at Doughnut Time

Doughnut Time

Brisbane-born Doughnut Time do-nut have anything against vegans. The Liam Hemsworthy, Get Ready To Crumb and Fairy Godmother doughnuts are all made without animal products and available from most outlets. Get your herbivore hands on one today.

Dark chocolate rocky road at Noosa Chocolate Factory

Rocky road Noosa Chocolate Factory

All dark chocolate products at Noosa Chocolate Factory are vegan, but the rocky road definitely takes the cake. Stock up with a fresh batch of the soft marshmallow and strawberry jelly, covered in delicious dark chocolate made daily.

Chocolate NiceCream at Charlies Raw Squeeze

Vegan ice-cream topped with raw treats, yes please! Charlies Raw Squeeze’s healthy take on ice-cream is taking off among locals and it’s easy to see why. They've also got a range of vegan treats, acai bowls and lunch foods (like taco bowls) we can not resist.

Cinnayumm Scrolls at Veganyumm Dessert Bakehouse

Say hello to Brisbane’s all-vegan, all-yum bakery. The supplier of Charlies Raw Squeeze baked goods has gone solo with its first outlet in Everton Park serving up all its trademark treats including cinnayumm scrolls, veganyumm doughnuts and all the classics.

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