Melbourne, Menulog is calling – and there’s delicious vegan meals being delivered straight to your door!
Admittedly, for most of us, we enjoy nothing more than kicking up our feet, flicking on our favourite newfound television series and digging into a delicious meal.
Now, thanks to Menulog, enjoying local vegan eats doesn’t mean that you need to put on a face (or clothes) to enjoy a meal. Because you can have it delivered straight to your door all with a swipe of a finger.
So, treat yourself and tap (or click) into an array of sensational vegan eats, all thanks to Menulog. Better yet, Menulog is currently offering $1.99 home delivery Australia-wide. If that isn’t a reason to order-in, we don’t know what is.
Lord of the Fries
With nine locations across Melbourne, foodies are you ready to order in and wrap your hands around a mighty stack? All vegan of course! Cue Lord of the Fries. Perfect for those nights when home delivered takeaway is the best way to end the week or simply if you’re wanting cure your burger cravings, Lord of the Fries’ The Lot’ Big Burger will have you munching on a treat, filled with a Lord of the Fries beef patty, lettuce, tomato, beetroot, pinepallie, vegan egg, cheese, onion, pickles and tomato sauce. Just don’t forget a side of Onion Rings!
The Origin Tales
Legend has it that the best way to cure hangovers, boredom or anything in between is with something deliciously tasty. Which is why Brunswick East’s The Origin Tales – a Singapore vegan fusion restaurant – will have you clicking ‘Place Order’ in no time. If you’re stuck on what to order, we’d recommend the Loaded Cheese Fries which sees a mouthwatering combination of crispy French fries, homemade vegan cheese, mayonnaise and bacon bits unite. Finish with a Raw Organic Chocolate Slice and you’ll be making myths a reality.
Are you looking for healthy vegan eats that will have you feeling satisfied? You’ve come to the right place. Better yet, if you’re ordering from the Prahran region, you can have it delivered straight to your door with Menulog. And, if you’re indecisive on what to order, for a dinner to dessert fix we’d recommend the El Bro-rado Taco a vegan gluten-free soft taco topped with shiitake mushroom, slow braised “beef”, diced tomato, guacamole, vegan aioli and hemp seeds; and the Ain’t Nothin Butter Bowl to finish – a base of acai, banana, peanut butter and cacao that’s adorned with choc buckini, COYO yoghurt, peanut butter sauce, cacao nibs and your choice of three fruits.
Richmond, are you ready to fall in love all over again? We’re talking about falling in love with vegan eats – of course! To help you do so, Loving Hut will be the soul mate you never knew you needed. Specialising in an Asian-focused vegan menu, Loving Hut offers a wide range of vegan and vegetarian specialties for Melbournites including their top-rated Vegan Green Curry. Think, a spicy yet enjoyable green curry that’s matched with basil, tofu, konnyaku, nuggets and mixed vegetables. Now that’s a relationship worth signing up for.
Yong Green Food
Titled as the best vegan and vegetarian restaurant in Fitzroy, Yong Green Food focuses on serving up a wide variety of vegan and vegetarian dishes that are complemented with exceptional flavour and character. Perfect for that late afternoon pick-me-up, Yong Green Food’s Raw Nori Roll will have you going till dinner thanks to their nutrient filled nori that’s loaded with cauliflower, avocado, cucumber, capsicum, pea shoots and sunflower seeds. Served with wasabi tamari sauce, you’ll be turning red if you miss out on this.
Turkish and vegan cuisine have united thanks to South Melbourne’s Kofte Kitchen. Delivering to Southbank, Docklands, Cremorne, Albert Park and St Kilda, Kofte Kitchen ensures that if you’re looking for vegan, vegetarian or halal, you won’t have to sacrifice on taste and authentic Turkish cuisine. If you’re stuck on what to order, we’d recommend The Justin Vegan Kofte – a three-piece pack filled with red lentil, vegetable kofte and cauliflower wings. Served with Kofte Kitchen’s special BBQ sauce, you’ll also be able to snack on their pickled salad and fresh woodfired bread.
Oh My Greens
From Singapore to Melbourne, since 1998 Oh My Greens has been Melbourne’s favourite plant-based family business. Starting with an intention to overcome the perception of tasteless vegan food all whilst nourishing the tummy and soul, Oh My Greens has done just that for the past 23 years. If you’re stuck on what to order, we’d recommend the Satay Vegan Burger that’s stacked with “chicken”, pickles, lettuce, mayonnaise and peanut sauce. For something sweet to finish, you simply cannot look past the Black Forest Cheese Cake.
Veg Out Time
Just as their name suggests, if you’re looking to stay in, order some home delivered meals and plant yourself in front of the television for the rest of the evening, Veg Out Time will have your newfound favourite vegan meal delivered straight to your door. Delivering to South Bank, Richmond, Toorak, Armadale, Brighton and St Kilda, Veg Out Time specialises in a variety of vegetarian and vegan Asian-fusion meals. Start your evening with their Pan Fried Dumplings, dig into the mushroom and spicy sauce Singapore Noodles and finish Thai Cashew Stir Fry.
Melbourne, are you ready to dig into a scrumptious and gastronomic selection of home delivered vegan eats? Because Fitzroy’s Vegie Bar does just that. Here, you’ll be spoilt for choice as Vegie Bar serves up a wide selection of pizzas, burgers, burritos and more. To satisfy your cravings, we’d recommend the basil and cashew pesto Verde Pizza that’s topped with grilled capsicum, roasted butternut pumpkin, rosemary and vegan feta, all finished with balsamic glaze and toasted pine nuts. Or, if sharing is not your thing, the Mexican Burrito with vegan mozzarella, chilli sauce, coconut yoghurt and corn shops will have you feeling full.
To explore more delicious restaurants and eateries that deliver to you, head to the Menulog website or download the app.