All Reviews by TransmogriBenno
325 Johnston St, Abbotsford
Delicious, but expensive
I had (half a serve each of) quinoa pancakes and french toast, and a hot chocolate.
The pancakes were tiny for the price, but were extremely tasty, and despite my fears, I felt quite satisfied at the end of the meal.
539 Plenty Road, Preston
A rather quirky place. We were served by a lovely young Japanese lady, and had the sukiyaki udon and vegan okonomiyaki.
10 Princes Highway, Dandenong
Definitely good for a chain restaurant
We had samosas which were unexpectedly spicy, a huge dosa, and aloo gobi. The filling in the dosa was a bit bland, but the meal was otherwise enjoyable, save for the Indian technopop playing in the background.
465 High Street, Preston
Oasis in the middle of nowhere
This place seems like it's out in the middle of nowhere (I'm not from Melbourne, so forgive me if I'm wrong), but I always manage to make it out here when I'm in town.
A good range of sweet baked goods, as well as hot pies, pasties, sausage rolls, etc.
Shop 5 Flinders Street Station, Melbourne
Junk food heaven
I had a parma burger, which was every bit as disgusting as it sounds. Poutine always goes down a treat, too. Thumbs up.
Probably the only thing I dislike about LotF is having to ask about what's vegan. Would it be that hard to mark the items on the menu (as pretty much every other place does)?
367 Brunswick St, Fitzroy
No faults here
We had food delivered from here (for the low price of $3 IIRC) to where we were staying in East Melbourne. The service was very quick and the food was delicious.
Shop 8, Market Plaza Food Court, Moonta St, Adelaide
Fast, friendly, filling
This place is fantastic. Cheap, tasty, and good variety.
My usual is 3 choices with a (free) hot soy milk: (1) sweet and sour gluten, (2) spicy eggplant (3) spring roll with peanut sauce.
If I want the pretence of eating healthily, I'll skip #3 and get the broccoli or pumpkin instead.
There's a sago dessert which is a scary shade of bright green, but it tastes great.
It's in a food court, so obviously don't go there for a romantic candle-lit dinner ;)
234 Gertrude St, Fitzroy
Some friends took me to this place for the first time; I was not disappointed. A delicious gigantic burrito and fries for lunch left me satisfied until beyond dinner.
378-380 Brunswick St, Fitzroy
I think I had my third (or fourth? fifth?) visit to the Vegie Bar the other day. We arrived at about 5:30pm or so, and the place was already packed. Nevertheless, service was quick and the meals were yummy.
240 Rundle St, Adelaide
The best, no questions asked
I've been coming here since '99. This place is an Adelaide institution, and I have yet to find a better burger joint anywhere.
The only thing missing is fries, but it doesn't matter because the burgers are so huge, you'd never be able to fit any in anyway.
I would eat here every day if I could. It's _that_ good.