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Plant-based meals are oftentimes more delicious than their meaty counterparts, and no other city proves this to be true to diners better than Sydney, Australia. Get ready to indulge in some tasty, unique, and meat-free menu items at these amazing vegetarian restaurants in Sydney.

Award-Winning Vegetarian Restaurants in Sydney: Bodhi Restaurant Sydney

Found in the heart of the city is a renowned and award-winning vegetarian restaurant in Sydney: Bodhi Restaurant. Ingredients are locally sourced and organic whenever possible. The fresh food is prepared daily, as well. This family-owned restaurant was established in 1988 and has been under their operation for three generations, allowing each member to hone their skills in the business. The restaurant specializes in vegan Yum Chan and Pan-Asian cuisine. Expect to find some pretty unique dishes on their extensive menu.

The cocktail menu is just as unique as its foodie finds, with drinks featuring organic herbs, fruits, fresh-pressed juices, and more. Even the wines have been made using bio-dynamic or environmentally friendly farming practices, which aligns with everything this unique dining venue stands for. Their signature menu includes sweets, oven-baked items, fried dishes, and sauteed items, dumplings, and more. If you are looking for something especially unique, be sure to try their mushrooms, carrot, and corn crispy wanton wings. Even carnivores will be confused when chowing down on this meat imitation dish!

Location: 2 – 4 College Street, Sydney 2000 (Lower Mezzanine Level of Cook and Philip Park; between St. Mary’s Cathedral and the Swimming Pool) ‚ÄĒ VIEW MAP
Contact: +61 (02) 9360 2523 | Website| Instagram
Hours: Lunch (Yum Cha): Monday to Friday from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. | Saturday to Sunday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. | Dinner (Ala Carte):  Tuesday to Sunday from 5 p.m. until 10 p.m.


Indian Vegetarian Restaurants in Sydney: Flavour of North India

Vegetarians can normally opt for an Indian venue as a good go-to for meat-free menu items, and Flavour of North India is no exception. Though this restaurant does still serve a number of menu options with meat in them, the wide array of vegetarian options make it worth a visit for those travelers to Sydney who abide by a meat-free diet.


Indian Vegetarian Restaurants in Sydney: Flavour of North India - Vegetarian Restaurants in Sydney that you Should Visit on your Australia Trip
Aloo Gobi Matar is a famous Indian curry dish with potatoes and cauliflower and green peas, selective focus © Courtesy of BigStock


Choose from one of the many entrees, specialties from the Tandoor, mixed curries, or browse the entire section of the menu dedicated to vegetarians. Favorites include the aloo matar: a tantalizing combination of peas and potatoes cooked in spices with fresh tomato. One can never go wrong with a palak paneer either, made with Indian ricotta cheese and chopped spinach cooked with Indian herbs and spices. This restaurant’s Indian cuisine is so good, you may feel like you are not in Sydney anymore!

Contact: +61 2 9664 2595 | [email protected]
Hours: Daily from 12 p.m. until 10:30 p.m.


Vegetarian Restaurants in Sydney: Yellow

It is a well-known fact in the meat-free community that vegetarian brunch is incredibly hard to come by. Not anymore, thanks to Yellow. Its delicious brunch features everything from Stracciatella, shishito, and fermented banana to butternut pumpkin. The menu has so much more to offer than just brunch, as well.


Vegetarian Restaurants in Sydney: Yellow - Vegetarian Restaurants in Sydney that you Should Visit on your Australia Trip
Interior of Yellow © Courtesy of Yellow


Take Yellow’s vegan menu, for example, featuring five and seven-course tasting menus that will blow animal product-free diners’ socks off. There is also a vegetarian tasting menu with a five and seven-course dining option and an a-la-carte dinner menu. There is also a shared group menu which is perfect for you vegetarian diners bringing all your carnivorous friends in hopes of converting them to the meat-less dark side.


Vegetarian Restaurants in Sydney: Yellow - Vegetarian Restaurants in Sydney that you Should Visit on your Australia Trip
Avocado, Yuzu Kosho, and Pistachio © Courtesy of Yellow


Location: 57 Macleay Street,¬†Sydney, Australia¬†‚ÄĒ VIEW MAP
Contact: +61 (02) 9332 2344 | [email protected] | Website | Facebook
Hours: Open Monday to Friday from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. | Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m.


Vegan Restaurants in Sydney: Yulli’s

This top-notch vegetarian restaurant is one that both vegetarians and vegans alike can get behind! Yulli’s creative menu is serving up a zestful selection of small, medium, and large plates, all of which are best paired with one of their tasty dessert options.

Arguably Yulli’s most impressive menu selection is its vegan options, featuring unique items like their steamed leek and ginger dumplings with plum sauce ($13.50). There are even a handful of vegan desserts diners can indulge in, like their classic sweet potato doughnuts with coconut sabayon ($14.50). Pair your meal with a vegan red or white wine and enjoy one of the most memorable meals you are sure to have in Sydney!


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Ginger dumplings with plum sauce (Yulli’s) ¬© Courtesy of Sharon/Flickr


Contact: +61¬†02 9319 6609 |¬†[email protected] | Website |¬†Instagram
Hours: Monday from 5 p.m. until late | Tuesday to Sunday from 11:30 a.m. until late


Veggie Burger in Sydney: Soul Burger

Having faith that plants are the future of meat, Soul Burger is one vegetarian restaurant you must try if you are still not sold that burgers can be just as good even if they omit actual meat! Soul Burger hopes to keep animals out of slaughterhouses and off their delicious menu, and their commitment to such a good cause as well as their delicious burgers has kept this restaurant a favorited venue amongst meat-eaters and veg-heads alike.

This restaurant does so much more than feature a plant-based menu, as it also informs their customers why it is that plant-based diets are healthier and better for the environment. Do not let the burger names fool you: no animal was harmed in the making of these tasty creations, featuring falafel burgers, the BBQ bacon, the satay tofu sandwich, and many more. If you are looking to convert your carnivorous friends to a plant-based (and delicious) diet, this is the venue to frequent!

Location: The Spot, 49 Perouse Rd, Randwick NSW 2031, Australia ‚ÄĒ VIEW MAP
Contact: +61 939 87496 | Website | Facebook


Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Sydney: Badde Manors

Those of you on the hunt for unique vegetarian cuisine should look no further than Badde Manors. Their philosophy? All dishes are special, and this is apparent in every menu item diners can look forward to indulging in. The team at Badde Manors prides itself on serving food that is both wholesome and vegetarian. This venue also serves up exciting dishes that will impress even the most devoted of meat-eaters.


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Badde Manors Cafe, Glebe © Courtesy of Alpha/Flickr


The menu features vegetarian items sourced from all over the world, including Latin American, Asia, the Middle East, and more. New specials are featured daily, and their consistent menu features low-calorie items, gluten-free meals, nut-free dishes, and vegan items, as well! Kick-start your day with one of the delicious breakfasts, including the manors shakshuka, a tasty combination of eggs, mushrooms, chickpeas, chat potato, feta cheese put with Turkish toast ($15.50). The venue is also serving up tasty mains for both lunch and dinner, desserts, drinks, and more.


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Lentil burger from Badde Manors © Courtesy of Sharon/Flickr


Location: 1/37 Glebe Point Road,¬†Sydney, Australia¬†‚ÄĒ VIEW MAP
Contact: +61 2 9660 3797 | Website | Facebook
Hours: Sunday to Thursday from 6:30 a.m. until 12 a.m. | Friday and Saturday from 6:30 a.m. until 1 a.m.


Raw Food in Sydney: Earth to Table

Honor yourself and the environment by dining at Earth to Table. As its name suggests, every ingredient is sourced straight from our beloved planet and every dish is served raw, so you are guaranteed to be indulging in one of the healthiest meals you will have in Sydney. In addition to being raw, all of the food here is gluten-free, wheat-free, dairy-free (for all you vegans out there), and, last but not least, sugar-free! Their philosophy is to serve food in its purest state, and they certainly take this to a whole new level with the incredible dishes here.

In addition to all of this, Earth to Table supports local farmers and environmentally-friendly products only, so you do not have to worry about plastic straws and the like. Kick-start your meal at Earth to Table with one of their organic smoothies, like the give me love ($9.90): a delicious combination of raw chocolate mixed with cashews, maca, goji berries, and lucuma. Earth to Table is also serving up freshly-pressed juices, organic teas, coffee (featuring dairy-free milk), all day breakfast, starters, salads, and (deep breath) desserts! Whatever it is you are craving, Earth to Table is sure to please all appetites who venture to this venue.

Contact: +61 02 9029 1755 | Website | Facebook
Hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. (closed on Mondays and Tuesdays)


Vegetarian Italian Restaurant in Sydney: Pizza Madre

To every vegetarian that doubles as an Italian foodie, Pizza Madre is one venue seemingly hailing straight from the homeland. This warm and inviting Italian eatery in Marrickville is the perfect place for an evening out with friends. Grab one of their signature vegetarian pizzas and pair it with a glass of wine (or two), and your night out in Sydney is a success. All of the pizzas are wood-fired to perfection and made with sourdough crust. These are best paired with the small producer wines and beers this restaurant is pouring up. The restaurant is the brainchild of Piero Pignatti Morano and Kim Douglas. They are also behind the next venue on our list of the best vegetarian restaurants in Sydney!


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Pizza garlic cutting board © Courtesy of Pixabay


Contact: [email protected] |¬†Instagram
Hours: Wednesday to Saturday from 5:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m.


Vegetarian Bakery in Sydney: Two Chaps

As the sister restaurant of Pizza Madre, you know Two Chaps is going to be good. This from-scratch cafe and bakery have a sustainable approach to all of their baked goods in addition to a huge respect for food production and consumption. Two Chaps do all they can to support locals and like-minded entities, so you can be rest assured that you are eating bread made with the utmost respect, love, and care for the community Two Chaps is found in. Australian flour is used in all of their hand-made products, and they also serve up Microlot Coffee Roasters and feature guest specialty coffee from around the country. Be sure to stop in on a Thursday or Friday, as the restaurant serves up a rotating dinner featuring pasta and local cheeses on these nights.

Location: 122 Chapel St,¬†Marrickville, New South Wales¬†‚ÄĒ VIEW MAP
Contact: +61 2 9572 8858 |¬†[email protected] | Website | Facebook
Hours: Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. | Thursdays and Fridays from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. | Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. (closed on Mondays)


Vegetarian Pub in Sydney: The Green Lion

The Green Lion just took pub food to a whole new level. As Australia’s first plant-based pub and bistro, this is one vegetarian restaurant visitors to Sydney must add to their meat-free exploration of the city. The menu features some pretty interesting finds, including a seafood basket with fishless fish, calamari, prawns, potato scallops, and chips with a salad ($23.95).

Like this dish, the chicken and beef selection also omit the actual animal meat and instead feature plant-based items that are eerily close to their living counterparts. The Green Lion is also serving up meals like bean beef nachos, vegan macaroni and cheese, burgers, hotdogs, pizzas, snacks and sides, kids meals, and desserts.

Location: 726 Darling St Rozelle NSW 2039 ‚ÄĒ VIEW MAP
Contact: +61 0416 844 700 | Website | Instagram
Hours: Wednesday to Friday from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. | Saturday from 12:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. | Sunday from 12:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. (closed on Mondays and Tuesdays)



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