Serves meat, veg options available. Primarily a home-cooking Japanese fusion restaurant that makes mostly vegetarian/vegan food along with fish in a few dishes. Vegan such as the disco di fiesta (guacamole, beans, tomato sauce, and corn chips on rice), disco bonanza (pan fried tofu with baked mushroom on toast), and stir-fried sukiyaki udon noodle. The premises is also an art gallery. Price: Moderate more-less
Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Japanese, Fusion, Non-veg
Now Open

Tue-Sun 8:00am-4:00pm

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First Review by TransmogriBenno
Aloo
Aloo
  • vegan
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+507

Friday night and the lights are low

3
Posted on 03 / 11 / 2016

IF you're looking for a place to go, this may be it. It's quirky. It's friendly (think homely) and the food is fabulous!

I had been to the old Disco beans before it moved, and it was lovely. Now it seems a little smaller in size, but still with the same mismatched furniture and trinkets around the place. It really is like stepping back in time. They even write down your orders and calculate by hand at the end. But you can pay with cards.

The food is something else. So fresh and tasty. Mostly healthy unless you chose something like the mock fried chicken or chips. Tasty, it wouldn't be out of place in a more expensive restaurant. Beautifully presented and an intricacy of flavours that comes from authentic, experienced chefs.

I loved it. My husband was not expecting much because of the setting, but he was blown away by the flavours.

This is a cool place if you want to 'hang out' with friends and enjoy a nice meal and homely ambiance. Plenty of space and noise levels are good to have a decent conversation. They even have a couch.

They have alcohol, and they do serve (real animal) fish. Coffee is great - they do almond milk and always have some vegan sweet options.

Pros: Fresh, tasty food, Loads of vegan options, Easy parking/public transport
Cons: They serve fish
jre8995
jre8995
  • vegetarian
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+179

maybe not

2
Posted on 03 / 01 / 2015

very sweet place, but not worth travelling for as the food was a bit of a mess


AndyT
AndyT
  • vegan
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+1106

Delicious Vegan-Friendly Breakfast place

4
Posted on 02 / 17 / 2015

I went to Disco Beans with some colleagues who are all omnivores. They were a bit sceptical at first because of the alternative looks of the restaurant, but they quickly accepted it, latest when our breakfast arrived.

I had a very nice vegan breakfast with soymilk coffee and enjoyed it very much.

Pros: Vegan friendly, Alternative flair
Cons: Serves meat

TransmogriBenno
TransmogriBenno
  • vegan
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+54

Splendid

4
Posted on 07 / 12 / 2014

A rather quirky place. We were served by a lovely young Japanese lady, and had the sukiyaki udon and vegan okonomiyaki.

ビーガンとして日本に住むのが大変ですが、こんな場所があったら問題なくなりますね。

Pros: Good number of vegan options

 

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Added: 2013/07/26

 

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