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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!
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The Dumpling Laksa and the Soya Bites Laksa were good, but I don't like carrots in my laksa or curries as it takes away the authenticity. We are not vegans but nowadays we are trying to eat less meat nowadays to keep ourselves healthy, so this restaurant is a good option for us. We'll definitely go back there and try their other dishes.
It was nice but a little different from the photos on the website.
The food was delicious and value for money is the best by far. Staff are all very friendly.