Top Vegetarian Restaurants in Sydney (2017)

Looking for a place to eat can be quite a journey for hungry vegans and vegetarians. With very little vegetarian items on the menu, it can be quite hard when the options are so limiting. Thankfully, we’ve hunted down a handful of delicious Sydney restaurants who cater to all ethical vegheads.

Yellow, 57 Macleay Street, Potts Point, 02 9332 2344, yellowsydney.com.au
If you’re after an all-vegetarian bistro, Yellow has a vegetarian OR vegan tasting menu focused on delivering contemporary meals created with locally grown produce. Located inside the Yellow Building in Potts Point, they do brunch and dinners.  Try their fermented pumpkin with persimmon and blood plum sorbet! Yum!

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Two Chaps, 122 Chapel Street, Marrickville, 02 9572 8858, twochaps.com.au
Combining creativity and freshness, Two Chaps marries the contemporary nature of their dishes with a more ethical mindset with all respect to food production and food consumption. Their “ever-changing” produce menu reflects this philosophy by engaging with the community and using locally home grown ingredients. Expect your bread and handmade pastas to be crafted using organic Australian flour.

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Loving Hut, Shop 6, 18-20 Greenfield Parade, Bankstown, 02 9709 4396; also locations in Cabramatta and Canley Heights, lovinghut.com/au.
For new transitioning vegans living off fake meat, you might appreciate an Asian-vegetarian vegan chain like Loving Hut. Their most popular options are their Viet-Style “Chicken” Salad, vegetarian pho noodle soups and sweet and sour “fish”.

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Soul Burger, 49 Perouse Road, Randwick, 02 9398 7496, soulburger.com.au
Burgers are not what usually comes to mind when you think of vegetarian food. They can be just as filling. Soul Burger is known for curating wholesome, delicious, plant-based burgers. Dig your chompers into their mint falafel burger, thick herbed fries and coconut oil shakes.

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