Loving Hut - Victoria Park

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 18 reviews )

19/366 Albany Highway, Victoria Park, Perth, Western Australia, 6100

Part of international chain of vegan restaurants inspired by Supreme Master Ching Hai, an advocate for veg living. Each location is individually operated. Serves vegan food and non-alcoholic beverages. Casual space. Sells some food products and snacks. Open Tue-Sat 11:00am-8:30pm, Sun 11:00am-3:00pm.

Category: Vegan, Organic, Western, Take-out, Asian

Reviews (18)

First Review by woylielover

The best vegan soft serve in Perth - Edit

Awesome selection of vegan hot food, pastries and desserts.
Must trys: handmade pies, vegan donuts, soft serve ice cream.
They also have an a la carte menu for dinner!

Updated from previous review on 2017-04-09

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so friendly - Edit

Friendly and welcoming staff. Limited selection of hot food but I tried everything and liked it all. Sells a wide selection of vegan products as well.

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So good - Edit

I went to Loving Hut for the first time ever, and I was not disappointed! We came just before 2pm (which is when the lunch period officially finishes) so we just had a regular plate with a combination of all the hot food in the cabinet, which included pumpkin corn curry, sweet chilli tofu, tempeh (which tasted amazing), fried noodles and veggies. We shared the dessert of the day which was chocolate lava cake with coconut ice cream as well.

There were also so many vegan products for sale, including Lenny and Larry's cookies, Dutch vegan stroopwafels, vego bar praline chocolates and all kinds of things.

The only thing that I think could be improved is the size of the cafe, as it is quite small and only has very limited seating.

Pros: All vegan, Sell so many good vegan products

Cons: Limited seating

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Great Place - Edit

The staff were so lovely. I'm a new vegan and I was like super excited to be there and even though it was busy the staff answered my questions and accommodated my other dietary requirements.
The food was absolutely amazing. I'll definitely go back if I'm ever in Perth

Pros: great service, great food

Cons: small

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Lovely - Edit

Very small place with friendly staff. We bought sandwiches to take away, they were nice and it was amazing to have "cheese" again, but to be honest I wouldn't have been that exited if the place had been somewhere in western or Northern Europe. It's the lack of competition and comparison that clearly made it a winner for me.
Nevertheless a very pleasant experience I'd definitely go there again if I was in the area.

Pros: Simple but tasty food, Price OK as well

Cons: bread slightly soggy (bought it right before closi

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got a whole lot better - Edit

I went here a year or more ago, and didn't recall there being food besides that on display. Upon returning a week ago, there are now benches outside, a nice kitchen menu, and a lot of great tasty options in good sized serves. The brownie was more a cake than brownie, next time I'll the pudding which seems like they heat it with hot chocolate sauce, so good!

Pros: tasty, good portions

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Vegan heaven - Edit

Loving hut is just magnificent!! They have a selection of food from the warmer, prepared cold food such as sandwiches, fresh food from the menu, and lots of desserts! It is also a shop for all your specialty vegan items. The soft serve ice cream is magnificent. Just don't get there too late as they tend to sell out of things.

Pros: All vegan!!!, Good price, Tasty food

Cons: Food in the warmer is not always the freshest, Closes early, Tends to sell out

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Yummy Pies - Edit

Vegan mini market plus smoothies,juices, pies, salads, quiches, cakes, vanilla slice, raw desserts etc...pie was very tasty and you can buy them frozen to take home.

Pros: 100% Vegan, Tasty, Reasonable

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Gotta love Loving Hut! - Edit

So far I visited Loving Huts everywhere around the world and I was always very pleased with the experience! The Loving Hut in Perth is relatively small and it was a bit crowded when we went there. The staff is very friendly and they helped me out when they saw that I was slightly confused by dinner menu.
We had a shepards's pie, teriyaki tofu and shish kebab, which tasted absolutely delicious! Of course we had to try out the desserts and I must say that the best thing we had was the cinnamon bum! The cheesecake was also marvelous, very creamy and the perfect sweetness. I wasn't convinced by the white chocolate cake, it somehow reminded me of the frozen,remade cakes you can buy in Germany, but I got a doughnut for free, so I got that going for me. ;) They also have a little shop with superfoods, mock meat, vegan aussie cheese and some things for baking. All in all a very pleasant experience, absolutely worth the visit when you are in Perth!

Pros: Awesome food , friendly staff, nice atmosphere

Cons: no toilets (is that an Aussie thing)?, Small, No smoking,even outside

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Pure vegan happiness!! - Edit

Nice, happy relaxed atmosphere. The workers have always been really lovely every time I've visited (I've been a very regular customer as of late!). The hot lunches are really yummy, the smoothies are really great. I've seen the sizes of the burgers and rolls and wouldn't say they're amazingly filling. I grabbed a slice of the vegan cake for my non-vegan mum, her feedback was "different", not sure if that's a reflection of the cakes or my mums personal taste! They're also a mini vegan grocery store, which has been really handy in getting those uncommon vegan products. All round, my experience has been pretty great!

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Mixed feelings - Edit

First time I visited Loving Hut in Vic Park I felt like in vegan heaven. I had big plate of 6 different hot dishes and I couldn't decide which one was my favourite. Unfortunately my second experience was completely different, I got take away tiramisu and coffee. The cake was disgusting, and believe me I don't use that word very often. It had totally no flavour, tasted like sweetish margarine and ended in the bin (first time in my life I threw out any food!!! ever!). If I was having it in the cafe I would have definitely made a complain

Pros: cheap, nice lunch dishes, vegan shop

Cons: worst cake I've ever had in my life

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Good But Small Cafe - Edit

I've been to loving huts in other countries and the food at this one is every bit as good as those overseas. The only thing I would change is make the serving sizes bigger, and also move to a larger shop and open for dinner as well!

Pros: Food Tasty, Good Range Of Products

Cons: Shop Small, Serving Sizes Small

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love loving hut - Edit

Very different than the loving hut we are use to. Great hot box options, we got a plate with the lot and was not disappointed. Would come all the time if we could ..

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OMG! - Edit

This is the ONLY place I have ever been to where I have enjoyed vegan food. Even when I was vegetarian, I was always appalled at the lack of good tucker and appalling portions served to me. I've always had that feeling of ' I could do better'. Now, finally, I've found somewhere that provides not only cruelty free nutrition but that is filling, inspiring and creative without being in one category.

Does the best iced coffee that I've ever had in my life. My father, who is anti vegan, didn't know loving hut was vegan. The only thing he made a positive comment about in the 3 weeks of his stay in WA was how much he enjoyed the iced coffee!!!


Pros: 100% Vegan, Large Portions, Friendly staff

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Best Lovin Hut! - Edit

Went here when we dropped our campervan off round the corner. As a tourist the location isn't great but everything else makes up for it. We went lates in the days so a few things had sold out but had lasagne which was awsome but even more so was the chocolate icecream cake!!! My partner loved it too and he's a full on carnivore dairy loving type. The lady that runs it also gave us a sample of their in house made icecream which was also amazing. I really wanted to go back here and to their restuarnt as the food was so good but we just didn't have time. Staff lovely too. If lived in Oz I'd be here all the time yum!

Pros: tasty, good choice, cake!

Cons: location

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Good value and great food - Edit

Went here recently for lunch. Got a small combination plate were you can choose 4 hot foods for only $7.50. The hot food ranges from curries to pasta to fried rice, so they have a decent variety to choose from. Check out their mini mart while youre there too because they have vegan mac and cheese which is one thing I miss eating!

Pros: Good Value, Friendly Staff, Nice outdoor area

Cons: None, ,

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Satisfying breakfast and great service - Edit

We recently had Sunday brunch at Loving Hut, ordering the big breakfast. Despite being vegan for a while I'd never eaten scrambled tofu, so this part of the serving was a lovely surprise. The sausage was also delicious. The cappuccino was hot and frothy and a good strength. The staff were helpful and smiling and the service was quick.
I'd recommend anyone to go here, vegan or omnivore. You'll be pleasantly surprised.
One word of warning: it's a tiny place (2-3 tables inside, 2 outside) so pick your time. They have a bigger place, which does dinner, nearby.

Pros: Service, Food, Cleanliness

Cons: Size

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Vegan: Yummy Pies, Cakes and Soft Serve Ice Cream. - Edit

Cheerful little vegan cafe with small indoor and outdoor seats. There some raw food choices, when I was there was mango wrap and salad. Daily special at that day was Nasi Lemak, and there are some hot food choices.

What I love the most is their desserts. Vegan Cheese Cake, Banana Cake, oh they were just delicious and so simple.

They also have good coffee and soft serve ice cream. Nice touch to end a light meal.

Pros: Excellent Dessert, Value, Vegan

Cons: Can't fault them

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