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18 Restaurants in Melbourne: Vegetarian

Explore Melbourne's finest vegetarian restaurants with Quandoo

In the past twenty years, Victoria's capital has become one of the greatest dining cities in the world. It's the kind of city where a new Argentine BBQ or Basque pintxos place seems to open every week. That gastro-boom has also led to an explosion in the number of high-quality vegetarian restaurants in Melbourne. If you have sworn off meat or just want to gorge yourself on nutritious veggie delicacies, these places are exactly what you are looking for. Whether you're in Geelong or Preston, Quandoo features the very best restaurants for vegetarians Melbourne has to offer, so make a booking today.

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Madame K's Vegetarian

Fitzroy
Vegetarian$$$$
5.5/673
Madame K's Vegetarian

The Vegie Bar

Fitzroy
Vegetarian$$$$
5.1/641
The Vegie Bar

Vegie Bowl Forest Hill

Forest Hill
Vegetarian$$$$
5.3/626
Vegie Bowl Forest Hill
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Vegie Hut

Box Hill
Vegetarian$$$$
5.6/622
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PJ's Mexican Kitchen - Northcote

Northcote
Mexican$$$$
6.0/62
PJ's Mexican Kitchen - Northcote

Vegie Bowl Restaurant - Springvale

Springvale
Vegetarian$$$$
5.5/613
Vegie Bowl Restaurant - Springvale

Ren Dao Vegetarian

Elsternwick
Vegetarian$$$$
5.3/623
Ren Dao Vegetarian

Madamme K's Vegetarian - Williamstown

Williamstown
Vegetarian$$$$
6.0/67
Madamme K's Vegetarian - Williamstown

Gopals Pure Vegetarian

Melbourne CBD
Vegetarian$$$$
4.8/619
Gopals Pure Vegetarian

Vegie Mum Fitzroy

Fitzroy
Asian$$$$
6.0/63
Vegie Mum Fitzroy

Billy & Lucy Botanic

Fitzroy
Vegan$$$$
5.9/67
Billy & Lucy Botanic

Healthy Planet

Fitzroy North
Vegetarian
6.0/62
Healthy Planet

Dosa Plaza Preston

Preston
Vegetarian$$$$
4.6/69
Dosa Plaza Preston

Dosa Plaza - Point Cook

Point Cook
Vegetarian$$$$
Dosa Plaza - Point Cook

Cafe Keyif

Melbourne CBD
Cake & Coffee$$$$
Cafe Keyif

Radhey Kitchen and Chai Bar

Fitzroy
Vegetarian$$$$
Radhey Kitchen and Chai Bar

Tootsie Roller

Fitzroy North
Vegetarian$$$$
6.0/61
Tootsie Roller

Loving Hut Richmond

Richmond
Vegetarian
Loving Hut Richmond
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    Melbourne's vegetarian restaurants include great southeast Asian options

    Veggie food used to be fairly predictable and bland, featuring a few pasta dishes, some salads and maybe a meat-free roast, if you were lucky. But nowadays, Melbourne's vegetarian restaurants feature healthy meals from all over the world. For example, there are places that specialise in tempeh dishes from southeast Asia, creating meatless equivalents of Kung Po chicken or curry laksa with all of the richness and spicy goodness you'd expect from the real thing. The masterful chefs at these Asian eateries have found some wonderful ways to turn soy and other veggie ingredients into meals that match their meat-packed cousins, while cutting back on fat and calories, making them a great option for healthy eating fans.
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    Enjoy a spicy spin on meatless eating at Indian vegetarian restaurants in Melbourne

    Another great aspect of Melbourne's vegetarian restaurants scene are the many Indian curry houses to choose from. Indian food has always been relatively light on meat. Even if diners in Oz might be more familiar with exports like chicken korma, back in India veggie food often reigns supreme. At Melbourne's best Indian vegetarian restaurants, you can find out how meatless dining is done in the subcontinent. Try dosa pancakes with vegetable curries and coconut sides, tuck into paneer cheese curries with spinach or tikka masala sauces, or go full vegan with a curry platter. With Indian options in the CBD and further afield, Quandoo offers plenty of ways to order up a beautiful curry whenever you feel a spice craving coming on.
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    Mix trips to Melbourne's vegetarian restaurants with your exercise routine

    Melbournites are famous for their healthy lifestyles and sporting culture. Rugby league, cricket, Aussie rules, tennis, golf, soccer - Melbournites love them all, and you can't move for joggers on the Tan every evening. If you are committed to fitness and healthy living, Melbourne's vegetarian restaurants should be in your regular dining rotation. You'll find great veggie joints near popular jogging spots in St Kilda or next to the MCG where you can fill up on smashed avo after completing your morning run, or order up a Caesar salad before watching some footy. Cooking healthy meals at home isn't always easy, and it gets a little repetitive at times, so let the masters take over by booking a table at one of Melbourne's best vegetarian restaurants. If nothing else, their delicious food will make you look forward to your next run or gym session like never before.
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    Relax and detox at vegetarian restaurants in Melbourne

    Sometimes everyone needs to detox a little. Work life in the CBD can be stressful, and it's easy to let our diets slide when we are smothered in work or family duties. If you need to zone out and relax for a while, why not treat yourself to a meal at one of Melbourne's vegetarian restaurants? As well as salads and other nutritious meals, you'll find shakes that are crammed with superfoods, boosting your antioxidant levels and getting you ready for your next challenge. Add in low calorie, gluten free and absolutely delicious desserts, and vegetarian restaurants in Melbourne are great places to detox and enjoy an hour or two of relaxation.
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    Capitalise on Victoria's produce at Melbourne's vegetarian restaurants

    Victoria is famous for its fresh produce, and fruit and vegetables are up there with the State's wine and meat. This produce is part of the Victorian gourmet success story, and you can experience it at its freshest and most enticing by heading to vegetarian restaurants in joy meals prepared using seasonal produce from the city's hinterland. There are Middle Eastern dishes with apricots, figs and currants; there are soups full of local beets, aubergine and potatoes, and there are even some trailblazing vegetarian restaurants in Melbourne which add bush tucker to the mix. Try salads with bush tomatoes or warrigal greens for a completely new take on a familiar dish. You're lucky to be in such a fertile state, so make the most of Victoria's natural bounty at vegetarian restaurants in Melbourne.