Top 70 vegan-friendly restaurants in Brisbane

Veganism is on the rise, and along with this has come the opening of many vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants. One of the biggest questions I find many of my clients asking is “where can I find a vegan restaurant to go to?” So to make life a little easier, I thought I would compile this not-so little list of the top 70 vegan-friendly restaurants in Brisbane so you can enjoy a tasty meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner!



  1. The Green Edge, Windsor

  2. Moo Free Burgers, North Lakes

  3. Ciao Gelato, Nundah

  4. Fitz + Potts, Nundah

  5. September 18, North Lakes

  6. Veganyumm, Everton Park

  7. Yavanna, Paddington

  8. Fundies Wholefoods Cafe, Paddington

  9. It’s Mirchi Healthy Indian, Paddington

  10. Naim, Paddington

  11. Evolve Organic Cafe, Newmarket

  12. Charlie’s Raw Squeeze, Everton Park

  13. Satori Organics, Sandgate

  14. Nutri Hitt, Ascot

  15. Ironbark Superfoods, Samford

  16. Ping-Ann Veggie Time, Clayfield

  17. Botanica Real Food, Red Hill (and Newstead)

  18. Sassafras, Paddington

  19. Pineapple Express, Portside (and James St)



  1. Darwin’s, St Lucia

  2. Detour, Woolloongabba

  3. The Baker’s Arms, Wooloongabba

  4. Deer Duck Bistro, Auchenflower

  5. Grown, West End

  6. You came again, West End

  7. Miss Bliss Wholefoods Kitchen, West End

  8. Vege Rama, West End (and CBD)

  9. Insane Acai Bar, West End


Inner city:

  1. Brewski, Petrie Terrace

  2. Nodo Doughnuts, Newstead

  3. Phat Pho, Newstead

  4. Tipplers Tap, Newstead (and South Bank)

  5. Mylk + Ko, New Farm

  6. Dicki’s, New Farm

  7. I Heart Brownies Bakery, Bowen Hills

  8. Bacchus, South Bank

  9. Tea Masters Vegetarian Cafe Resturant, Fortitude Valley

  10. Nom Nom Korean Eatery, Fortitude Valley

  11. Boroughs of New York Pizza, Fortitude Valley

  12. Netherworld, Fortitude Valley

  13. I Like Ramen, Fortitude Valley

  14. VeganBurgz, Fortitude Valley

  15. Vegeto Indian Veg, Brisbane CBD

  16. Coco Bliss, Brisbane CBD

  17. Only, Brisbane CBD

  18. PappaRich, Brisbane CBD

  19. Phat Elephant, Brisbane CBD

  20. Raw Energy, Brisbane CBD

  21. SpudBar, Brisbane CBD

  22. Govinda’s, Brisbane CBD

  23. Grazegrind, Brisbane CBD

  24. Grill’d, Brisbane CBD

  25. The Gardens Club, Brisbane CBD

  26. Vegeto, Brisbane CBD

  27. Brewski, Brisbane CBD

  28. Vapiano, Brisbane CBD

  29. Vintage Bar & Grill, Brisbane CBD

  30. Urbane, Brisbane CBD

  31. Felix for Goodness, Brisbane CBD

  32. Zambreros, Brisbane CBD

  33. Kiss the Berry, Brisbane CBD



  1. Grassfed, South Brisbane

  2. Greenhouse Canteen, South Brisbane

  3. Eden Garden Indian Resturant, South Brisbane

  4. Flora by Greenhouse Canteen, South Brisbane

  5. Taro’s Ramen, South Brisbane

  6. Loving Hut, Mount Gravatt

  7. Paper Moon, Annerly

  8. Yim Thai, Yeronga

  9. Kings Indian Fusion Restaurant, Mount Gravatt


Did you enjoy our list of vegan-friendly restaurants in Brisbane? Why not read our article on Eating Out As a Vegan – Tips You Need To Know


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Vegan Peanut Butter Protein Balls

I kid you not, these are the ultimate and best tasting vegan peanut butter protein balls. I originally created this recipe after spending fat too much money on store bought protein balls. At $3 per ball, having protein balls daily was costing me $21 per week! I’ve also prefer to make food from scratch where I can, so making these protein balls was an easy way to save money, get a nutritious dairy-free, vegan snack into my day and increase how much protein I was eating!

The only downside to making protein balls is the outlay of costs can be a bit expensive. Unfortunately almond meal and cacao powder don’t come cheap! I highly reccomend buying these ingredients in bulk and making a large batch of protein balls. Honestly, if you can – double the recipe and make 30 of them! Store them in the freezer for later, and if you’re like me and have protein balls daily – you’re set for a month!

Once you’re ready to use the balls, simply pop them in the fridge the morning of, or just place them straight into your lunchbox and they’ll be ready to go by snack time!

Vegan Peanut Butter Protein Balls

Serves: 15

Cook time: 20 minutes



  • 1.5 cup almond meal

  • 1/2 cup vanilla vegan protein powder

  • 1/4 cup shredded coconut

  • 1 cup peanut butter

  • 1/4 cup maple syrup

  • 6 dates

  • 1/4 cup cacao powder

  • Shredded coconut

  • 1/2 cup hot water



  1. Add all ingredients together in a food processor. Process until mixture comes together

  2. Divide mixture into 15, and roll into balls. Coat mixture in coconut and refrigerate. Enjoy



Looking for more tips on how eat more plant based protein?  Check our our blog on 6 Top Tips for Transitioning to a Vegan Diet

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Coconut Chickpea Curry

This delicious Coconut Chickpea Curry is one of my favourite winter warmers to keep you toast for when it’s too cold to do anything else other than stay in bed and watch netflix.

Coconut Chickpea Curry


  • 1 brown onion
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 2 tbsp yellow curry paste
  • 4 tbsp tomato paste
  • ½ tsp ground chili
  • 1 tsp ground cumin
  • 2 tins chickpeas
  • 1 tin diced tomatoes
  • 1 handful of spinach
  • 1 head of broccoli
  • Rice



  1. Finely dice 1 brown onion and fry in oil until browned. Add in minced garlic and fry for another minute.
  2. Mix in yellow curry paste, tomato paste 1 tsp of cumin and 1/2tsp ground chilli
  3. Add in 1 tin of coconut milk and allow to simmer for 3 minutes. Add in a tin of diced tomatoes and allow to simmer for another 3 min. Then add 2 tins of drained and rinsed chickpeas.
  4. Allow to simmer for 10-15 minutes
  5. Add 1 head of diced broccoli and a large handful of fresh spinach.
  6. Serve with rice


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