The world is really your oyster at September 18 ﹘ unless you actually do eat oysters, because this cool casual eatery specialises in the best vegan and vegetarian food north of Brisbane. You don’t miss or even notice the absence of animal products exploring their menu, so caught up will you be in trying to decipher the complex tastes and deciding what to eat. Spanning the Malaysian culinary canon, this North Lakes favourite on Anzac Avenue offers amazing nasi lemak, roti chanai or creamy laksa for the purists, but there are new things to try like the intriguing gado gado: a mixture of tofu, steamed vegetables and crispy veggie fritter, enhanced by September 18’s homemade carrot and pineapple sauce then topped with peanuts for some pleasant crunch. It’s unique, it’s friendly and it’s always popular, so book September 18 well ahead and enjoy!
The staff were very friendly, the food was good value for money. The venue was tidy and clean - the people genuinely care about doing a good job. I was a little disappointed with some dishes which avoided Asian vegetables so seemed a little strange eg tinned beetroot but no peanut sauce for the Gado Gado, peas and corn in the Sang Choi Bow etc. A nice place for a cheap meal overall.
Great meal, quiet surroundings. Good company. Have been many times, being vegetarian it is good to go where you don't have worry if there is anything on the menu you can eat
excellent food excellent service will be coming again so much to choose from we will try different meals each time and then pick our favourites
The service was nice and courteous. We were late but the staff were very gracious. The food was good but it wasn't quite what I expected. The sanchoi bow was great though.