All Reviews by guest101
82 Vulture St, West End, Brisbane
great vego food
This one seems to be run by exactly the same people who run Govinda's in the city. Food is almost exactly the same, but that's by no means a bad thing.
It's only open for lunch, about 11.30am-2.30pm, Monday to Friday. I think the prices have now gone up a dollar since the last review, $9 and $8 for student.
I find this a cheaper and often more fulfilling meal than the forest cafe around the corner on Boundary street, but it's only open for lunch during the week.
Like the Govinda's on elizabeth street, the menu changes every day. It's great. I try to go as much as I can.
Fjallgatan 23 B, Stockholm, Sweden
Perhaps a little bit expensive (although everything in Stockholm is!) this place has it all for vegan/vegetarian.
During summer, on days with good weather they have a barbecue outdoors on which they do up tofu and mushrooms (the best ever!) amongst other things to complement the buffet. And when it's raining then it's pizzas instead! I make sure I go here at least once a month. Oh, and the view is an added bonus.
Medborgarplatsen 1-3, Stockholm, Sweden
great lunch spot
A fair few nice vego/vegan dishes to choose from including meze plates, pasta, lasagne and stir fry, burgers, amongst others. All freshly prepared and perfectly warm. Also have breads with hummus and beans as a nice starter. Can recommend for a quick lunch if you're around Södermalm.
Shop 2, Fifth Ave, Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast
Magic apple is fantastic. Go there, you'll see. A fair bit of hocus-pocus on the walls, but the food is great, and they now have EFTPOS! Can thoroughly recommend the Nutmeat Sossys with Gado-Gado (satay) sauce.
You can also buy most of the hot stuff frozen (pies, sossys, curries), as well as the deserts (which are awesome!).
Great place to go after a surf too, it's just the vibe of the thing.