This place should not be listed as vegetarian, as when I visited on Saturday February 15, 2014, it was advertising meat pies. It is definitely vegetarian-friendly, though. When I was there it was offering five vegetable pies, two of them vegan. The Madras pie, at $6.50, was hot and filling. They also have larger, flatter pies at $10, wrapped so you can take them home and heat them yourself. Ingredients clearly listed. You can get a map of the market from the tourist office at the corner of Davey and Elizabeth streets. Summer Kitchen is at stall 263, right at the eastern end of the market. There are other options in the market. Taste of Persia, (stall 112, facing Gladstone Street) had three lacto-vegetarian options: falafel, mushrooms or eggplant in pita. It looked as if they had been made in advance, with a herb yoghurt sauce already included, but perhaps if a vegan asked nicely they would make one fresh without the yoghurt. Pacha Mama Mexican (see separate listing) is there often, but not every week, in the casual trader area at the western (Davey Street) end. It offers a vegan burrito. Top Nosh (stall 264, very near Summer Kitchen bakery) does mushroom tempura, but vegans should be aware that the batter contains egg.
Cons: sells meat