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First Review by Aloo

Pricey pigeon - Edit

Red Robyn does have some fairly decent Vegan options on their menu, but the sizes of the meals are small and expensive. Three little balls of fried corn fritters with a few lettuce leaves does not make a meal, especially when that meal costs just under $20. That said, the balls were rather tasty.

The service is odd and a little hurried. It doesn't feel like the type of place you can relax over a leisurely lunch; rather hurry up, order, eat and move along.


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Cheap at half the price - Edit

Half a dozen or so Vegan menu items at a high price for small serves, but they are generally quite tasty. There are generally Vegan cakes/slices etc available too.

Cons: Expensive, Small serves, Omg porridge?


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Busy lunch spot with variety of diets catered for - Edit

We arrived here Saturday lunchtime and the place was so full that we had to be seated on the deck at the back. As this was not the most attractive spot, our enjoyment would depend entirely in the good rather than the atmosphere. The menu is marked very clearly with a number of dietary considerations, from vegan to gluten-free to FODMAP, which I had never even heard of. We ordered the (vegan without alterations) breakfast quesadilla and 'Rockin' Robyn', a potato and eggplant croquette with salsa, guacamole and roquette. The quesadilla was delicious while the croquettes were just a little bit pasty and needing the salsa to 'cut through' this. The main issue for me was the portion size: both dishes were very small for the $16.50 and $18 (respectively) we were paying for them. I'm guessing that we were paying for the specialisation of the cafe with regards to dietary requirements.

Pros: Variety of dietary requirements met

Cons: Portion sizes small


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Somewhere I can Eat! - Edit

New cafe just out of the Junction - small and somewhat hard to find as it doesnt look cafe-ish from the outside. Inside it is moderate size, nicely decorated and can view the kitchen action from the entrance/til. Food is interesing and challenging combinations at times, presented well, made fresh and really lovely! Ienjoyed it very much. Everything is gluten free and soy free, plenty of vegan, dairy free, egg free, nut free and pretty much anyting else free you can imagine. They have gone to a lot of effort and done a great job. even have some GF vegan cakes - donuts, vanilla slices when I was there - and dairy free hot chocky!
Yum.


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Special diets is what they do! - Edit

Behold - Red Robin, a cafe that is all about feeding you delicious food whether you require gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, nut free or even fructose friendly, this is the place for you! They aim to cater for everyone.
Unlike some, this cafes is not only trading on this unique ability to cater to your diet. It is a warm environment, with pleasant surrounds to sit at. The customer service is lovely, from the moment you walk in the door you will feel welcome. Your questions will be answered without fuss or judgement, a welcome relief for those of us who do have to ask those questions.
I couldn't go past the Red Robyn breakfast, which was beautifully presented, a polenta base with smokey mushrooms and oven roasted cherry tomatoes. There are a number of veg*n options. I even had a vegan hot chocolate.
A good place to visit for breaky or lunch, and take your non- vego friends they will enjoy it as much as you do.

Pros: Veg*n friendly, staff friendly, reasonable prices

Cons: not a vegetarian cafe


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