• Piri Piries

  • (3)
  • White Veg-options

Serves meat, vegan options available. Bar and restaurant where the vegetarian dishes are marked on the menu, some of which are vegan. Choices include coconut crusted tofu, butternut spinach curry, rainbow summer roll, and a few starters. Not marked but staff can help you once you explain what you'd like. Open Mon-Wed 9:00am-10:00pm, Fri-Sun 9:00am-10:00pm. Closed Thu.

Venue map for Piri Piries
© OpenStreetMap contributors

3 Reviews

First Review by liana


Points +73

24 Jul 2023

Good amount of vegan/vegetarian options

Staff are happy to help and understand what is vegan (often not the case in other restaurants). We had the vegan biriyani and the black bean burger. Both nice and simple. The restaurant is nice and they have a pool table too!



Points +536

26 Aug 2019


It’s one of only a couple of places in the area with vegan/vegetarian food, so if you’re staying around it’s worth visiting. Not all staff is aware of vegan/vegetarian difference so keep that in mind when ordering. The food is quite ok - not crazy good, but I was satisfied.


Points +541

21 Jul 2019

Not bad

This is one of the few places that offer vegan food in the area, and I’d say it’s on a similar level as Kokkos. If it were somewhere else I’d probably rate them lower, but taking into account that most people here don’t really know what vegan means and we’ve been asked several times whether it’s a religion (🤣), a place that has a choice of decent vegan dishes deserves some praise.

Vegetarian dishes are marked on the menu, but if you want vegan, you should ask.

The burger was really good, but it contained feta which wasn’t mentioned on the menu.

The butternut curry was all right, good enough but not impressive.

Coconut crusted tofu was tasteless, but it’s a healthy option with quinoa and grilled zucchini.

They have yummy coffee and some nice cocktails.

The staff are very friendly.

They always bring a starter of buns with grilled garlic, which tastes really good.

The place is mostly visited by older whites.
On the price range, it’s a bit more expensive than Kokkos but cheaper than Spice Route.

Pros: Vegetarian dishes are marked on the menu, Decent food

Cons: Not so many vegan options, You have to inquire which dishes are vegan, Expensive

This page has been viewed 855 times.