• CLOSED: Health Freak Cafe

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  • White Veg-options
Vegan-friendly
Lacto
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American
Western
Juice bar
Beer/Wine
Take-out
Fusion
Gluten-free
Australian
Breakfast
Non-veg

Serves meat, vegan options available. Chain of gluten-free and refined sugar-free cafes where vegan dishes are marked with "vgn." These include tofu scramble, sweet potato and mock chicken salad, cauliflower stir-fry, and ice cream bowls. Also offers raw, vegan, and baked treats as well as coffee, hot chocolate, and freshly squeezed juices and shakes. Kitchen stops 30 minutes before closing but cold foods continue to be available. Reported closed January 2024.


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6 Reviews

First Review by Jilly.Anne

AdaShackleton

Points +265

Vegan
18 Aug 2020

Scrambled chilli tofu was very ordinary

The cafe itself was pleasant and there were a fair amount of vegan options on the menu. But the scrambled chilli tofu was really unexciting. The way they had cooked and seasoned it was not at all tasty for me. I found it so difficult to eat that I did not finish it.

My omni friends also thought their food was a rather underwhelming, but my vegan friend thought the bruschetta was good, so perhaps this is a good option to get!

The staff a bit slow and unhelpful and overall I did not think it was at all worth the price.

Pros: Lots of vegan options

Cons: Expensive for quality, Tofu scramble not tasty

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MLE37

Points +306

Vegan
16 Dec 2019

Nice brunch spot

Separate sections for vegan food on the menu. Indoor and outdoor seating

Pros: Ample vegan options

Cons: No jackfruit on the menu, My dish looked much smaller than the photo

random.user

Points +28

Vegan
11 Jul 2019

Alright

I like the options they have but very pricey. The staff were quite ordinary as they didn't seem particularly happy to serve. However, good place to go once in a while.

UrVeggieMate

Points +1028

Vegan
04 Mar 2019

Worth it for the Buddha bowl

Visited here with my sister and mum today. I ordered the spiced chickpea burger. Mum also ordered a vegan option this time around; she got the turmeric cauliflower Buddha bowl.

Burger bun was nice and chewy. Chickpea patty itself was pretty moist and delicious. I did find that the burger was under-sauced though. Because of this, and a lack of toppings, I found the burger to be pretty underwhelming for $16.

Mum enjoyed her Buddha bowl more than I enjoyed my meal. I had a chance to try some of the turmeric cauliflower and it was pretty tasty! Perhaps the Buddha bowls are a more worth it option than some of the other vegan dishes on the menu.

Pros: Quite an extensive range of vegan options

Cons: Small serving size for price (for the burger)

Zoe-louiseRitchie

Points +54

Vegan
15 Oct 2018

Decent amount of vegan options

Yeah good nothing spectacular

Jilly.Anne

Points +18

Vegan
17 Jul 2018

food

The coffee was good. Several vegan options. The raw vegan sweets looked good - although we didn't try them. The food was mediocre. I got the green buddah bowl. The edemame beans were still cold, but the rest of the bowl was hot, the kale chips were crispy, the rice was cooked well, and the basil cashew cream was good. My husband got the sweet potato chips, and were very soggy like a mash.

Pros: many vegan options, good coffee

Cons: hit and miss with the meals




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