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Brisbane’s 6 Best Vegan Eats Available On Menulog

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Going vegan in Brisbane is easier than ever now that you can get plant-based meals delivered to your home. Instead of slaving away over the cooktop, relax in front of the TV as you wait for your freshly cooked meal. And, of course, with Menulog, the plant-based options are top-notch!

From curries to faux beef burgers, let us show you Brisbane’s six best vegan eats that are available on Menulog:

Grass Fed Plantbased
Grass Fed Plantbased Brisbane. Photographed by @andyfromhk. Image via @grassfedplantbased Instagram feed

Grass Fed Plantbased

They look like the real thing, but these burgers are naturally derived from the ground. At Grass Fed Plantbased you can munch on cheeky “chicken” burgers or what they call “veef” patties. They even have vegan bacon! This is perfect for a late-night snack to soak up all those bad decisions, or of course when you need a proper carb loading.

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Vegan Restaurant West End
Vegan Curry. Photographed by Kiian Oksana. Image via Shutterstock

Vegan Restaurant West End

When you’re seeking an all-round taste of Asia, look no further than Vegan Restaurant West End. From Indian samosas to Vietnamese vermicelli – and even a touch of Singapore – you’ll be spoilt for choice. So add some spice to your next lunch at home or even entertain with friends thanks to Menulog!

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Grown
Grown Brisbane. Image via @grown_bne Instagram feed

Grown

Grown in Brisbane’s West End is more like a fancy dining experience than a normal takeaway restaurant. It’s the perfect choice for when you’re feeling a little indulgent. We recommend their Housemade Gnocchi with fresh corn, capsicum, jalapeno, coconut and herbs. Matched with some vegan wine and you’ve got yourself a date!

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Leela Thai
Leela Thai Brisbane. Image via @leela_thai Instagram feed

Leela Thai

Dabble in the fresh tastes of south-west Asia thanks to Leela Thai – which may not be a fully-vegan restaurant, but they do have a dedicated section on their menu for those looking for vegan or plant-based alternatives. From vegan ginger vegetable stir fry to vegan red curries. It’s also situated in Woolloongabba, closer to you south Brisbane folk!

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Bare Naked Bowls
Bare Naked Bowls Brisbane. Photographed by @lovemytastebuds. Image supplied via @barenakedbowlsnewstead Instagram

Bare Naked Bowls

Burgers may be the bomb, but they’re not great for every day – especially if you’re lowering the carbs. At Bare Naked Bowls, you can skip the bread and spoon your way through delectable acai bowls. Try the Smashed Avo with Cali Blend, which is a mix of garlic, onion, organic hemp, sesame and organic chia seeds. Winning!

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Vege Rama
Vege Rama Brisbane. Image via @vegerama Instagram feed

Vege Rama

Vege Rama is another one of those vegan restaurants that serve a randomised blend of worldly cuisines. From burgers to stroganoff, and even Indian curries. One of our favourites is their moussaka, which is a traditional Greek dish made with layered eggplant, spinach, vegan cheese and bechamel sauce. Decisions, decisions!

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To explore more delicious restaurants and eateries that deliver to you, head to the Menulog website or download the app.

Born in Australia more than 14 years ago, Menulog is now part of Just Eat Takeaway.com, a leading global online food delivery marketplace. Download the Menulog App via the App Store or Google Play. Follow facebook.com/menulog.com.au and @menulog.com.
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