Sydney is currently exploding with fresh new vegan eateries as Sydney-siders embrace plant-based foods in a big way. We take a look at the vegan restaurants shaking things up on the Sydney food scene. There's some new kids on the block and some old favourites making our list of the most unique vegan restaurants in Sydney.
The inspiration for the creators behind the Dandylion came from their experiences sampling vegetarian and vegan delights from around the world. The Dandylion aims to promote vegetarian dining in Sydney as a fun and flavoursome experience. And they are doing it extremely well!
The Hummus Club first hit the streets of late 2014. In just a short time they established a strong presence in Perth, appearing at twilight markets, festivals, and hawker markets all around town. If you’d like to keep up to date with the Hummus Club’s locations
There are not enough superlatives we could use to describe our experience at Mandala Desa. We arrived there after the chaos of New Year's Eve (2013) in Seminyak. We were after some blissful, relaxing down-time, and we knew as soon as we arrived that we'd picked the perfect place.
Sydney is one of the world's most beautiful cities any day of the week, but on New Year's Eve it absolutely sparkles. I've been lucky enough to call Sydney home for seven years now, but have always missed out on NYE in Sydney
Geelong, 75 kilometres south-west of Melbourne, sits as the gateway to the Bellarine Peninsula and the Great Ocean Road. It makes for a great weekend getaway from Melbourne, or the beginning of a picturesque road trip along the Great Ocean Road.
With Aboutlife recently opening the doors of their fifth store in Surry Hills, everyone is talking about Aboutlife! For years one of my work buddies raved about this organic supermarket and café in Bondi.
On our recent trip to New Zealand's North Island, we decided to keep it simple and more or less play it by ear. Rather than mapping out every destination, activity, and place to stay, we just formed a general plan - visit some friends and family, watch a game of rugby, and check out some lovely scenery
Cradle Mountain epitomises the rugged natural beauty of Tasmania that attracts adventure lovers from the world over. It sits majestically atop the Northern end of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park and offers up some stunning landscapes to explore.
The 14th International Vegan Festival (IVF) was held in the Bulgarian seaside capital of Varna from 1 - 8 June 2014. Since the first International Vegan Festival in 1981, the Festival has been held in several locations throughout
Garden of Vegan is a small bustling café on Charles Street, just a stone’s throw away from Fresh. Based on the number of hungry patrons queuing up at both establishments, vegan food is in high demand on Charles Street!
Fresh on Charles has been serving up vegetarian fare to Launceston locals since 1999! It is described as a ‘retro vegetarian café, venue and accommodation’. On our recent trip to Tasmania, we dropped in on a Friday afternoon for some lunch. Before even sitting down to order, I couldn’t help but be impressed by the size of the venue
Having a penguin encounter is one of the best activities you can do while visiting Tasmania! The ‘Friends of Burnie Penguins’ guided tour offers a rare opportunity to observe a colony of Fairy Penguins in their natural habitat, while at the same time getting to learn some really cool facts from the expert volunteers.
We have taken a few recent trips with Virgin on domestic and international flights. Even better - we had the opportunity to review economy and business class flights. This made it easy for us to see how Virgin perform under a few different scenarios.
Look out Sydneysiders, there’s a rawvolution shaking up our local food scene! Leading the charge is Sadhana Kitchen, Sydney’s first organic wholefoods and raw foods cafe. Sadhana popped up in a yoga studio off Enmore Road back in 2012. Since then it has found a new permanent location at 147 Enmore Road, Enmore
Yesterday BuzzFeed published ’69 Facts About New Zealand That’ll Blow Your Mind’. Just in time for Veg Travel Guide’s trip to New Zealand! I’ve picked out five of my favourites from this list that will appeal to all the nature loving, animal loving, veg travellers out there!
Treat your tastebuds to a trip to Morocco without leaving Melbourne! Check out Moroccan Soup Bar on Urbanspoon and you’ll get some mixed reviews. The happy customers say that the food is amazing, the service is excellent, the venue is intimate and authentic, and the value for money is ridiculously good.
Tolarno Hotel is a boutique hotel housing an impressive local art collection. It is set in the heart of St Kilda, overlooking Fitzroy Street’s bustling café and club precinct. Tolarno Hotel offers an array of accommodation types to suit all preferences, from Standard Rooms, through to Executive Suites and Two Bedroom Suites. Each room boasts
Veg Travel Guide travels to Melbourne for a weekend getaway St Kilda style! St Kilda delivers on the veg food front, the festival front, and all around fun times and atmosphere! Through sheer coincidence Travis & I found ourselves with a Melbourne trip booked on the same weekend as the legendary St Kilda Festival!