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9 Amazing Vegan Restaurants in Brisbane to Try in 2024

There are so many vegan restaurants in Brisbane I had trouble deciding where to go.

Here are the vegan restaurants in Brisbane I went to, plus more vegan restaurants in Brisbane I saved for next time.

When I first visited Brisbane, I researched all the vegan restaurants in Brisbane that looked good, added top ones I wanted to try, then planned both my Brisbane places to visit with vegan restaurants in Brisbane.

Once I’m more comfortable with taking public transit in Brisbane (and Australia in general), I’d definitely visit more restaurants next time!

I also included spots for vegan desserts in Brisbane, plus one of the most realistic vegan meats I’ve eaten that I still think about it often! 😆

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Vegan Restaurants in Brisbane

Vege Rama

Address: ANZAC Square, shop 1/241 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 111 Reviews on Tripadvisor

Price Range: $10 USD for medium combo, $10 USD for burgers

Vege Rama on Adelaide Street is a counter-serve style vegan restaurant in Brisbane. You choose from a wide selection of their daily menus like curries, salads, burgers, bakes, and hot meals, separately or as part of a combo.

A plate of vibrant yellow saffron rice paired with a serving of mixed vegetable curry on a wooden table

I got the combo with dal and rice, as well as their lasagne (which was heavier on the cream side).

It was nice to get some rice and veggies in after eating so much vegan comfort junk food!

Grassfed

Address: grassfedvegan.com.au/#findus (varies)

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 21 Reviews on Tripadvisor

Price Range: $11 USD for burgers, $7 USD for desserts

Grassfed is a vegan burger joint in South Brisbane. This was the first thing I ate in Brisbane and the food was so filling!

Close-up of a vegan cheeseburger with a golden bun and melted cheese, accompanied by curly fries on a wooden table, with a strawberry milkshake topped with whipped cream, one of many vegan restaurants in Brisbane

The vegan burgers are massive with selections like chick’n katsu burgers and BBQ burgers.

They also offer vegan desserts like soft serves, churros, and shakes.

I got the double burger with vegan bacon and a strawberry milkshake, which was my favorite.

While their physical restaurant recently closed, they still do pop-ups.

Lord of the Fries

Address: 3a/352 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006, Australia

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 36 Reviews on HappyCow

Price Range: $6 USD for burgers, $4-5 USD for breakfast items

Lord of the Fries is a vegan fast-food chain you’ll find throughout Australia and New Zealand.

A handheld vegan 'chicken' and waffle sandwich with crispy fries, resembling bacon, at Lord of the Fries in Surfer's Paradise, Gold Coast, Australia.

You can order vegan burgers, hotdogs, and sides like onion rings and nuggets.

So far I’ve tried their vegan chik’n waffle and hash brown sausage sandwich.

Not the absolute best food I’ve eaten, but I’m a sucker for quick vegan breakfast sandwiches!

Govindas Brisbane CBD

Address: 358 George St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 114 Reviews on Tripadvisor

Price Range: $10 USD for a large plate of rice, curry, kofta, and chutney

Govindas in Brisbane CBD is another counter-serve style vegetarian restaurant in Brisbane but with mostly vegan options.

You choose a selection of dishes depending on the plate size you want.

This was my second choice if I didn’t go to Vege Rama.

Their vegan dishes include curries, dals, and bakes.

Everything looks really delicious and hearty!

Dicki’s New Farm

Address: 893 Brunswick St, New Farm QLD 4005, Australia

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 22 Reviews on Tripadvisor

Price Range: $11 USD for main dishes

Dicki’s in New Farm is a all-vegan restaurant in Brisbane.

They serve brunch items like toasts, scrambles, breakfast burritos, and waffles.

I bookmarked this place because they have Build Your Own Baos with vegan duck. I’ll have to try it next time!

You can also get desserts, smoothies, and lattes.

The Green Edge

Address: 2b/229 Lutwyche Rd, Windsor QLD 4030, Australia

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 83 Reviews on Tripadvisor

Price Range: $11-14 USD for burgers and main dishes

The Green Edge is a well-known vegan grocery store and vegan cafe in Brisbane.

Along with their range of vegan products you can buy from their store, their vegan cafe menu has a lot of dishes like burgers, sandwiches (or toasties in Australia), bakes, and drinks like smoothies, frappes, and milkshakes.

They also have a breakfast menu with breakfast sandwiches and pancakes.

So basically, they have it all!

Plant Vibes

Address: 52 Brookes St, Bowen Hills QLD 4006, Australia

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 35 Reviews on HappyCow

Price Range: $13 USD for main dishes

Plant Vibes is a beautiful cafe and vegan restaurant in Brisbane.

They serve more brunch dishes like french toasts, sandwiches, waffles, scrambles, and breakfast burritos.

I really wanted to go here, but it was quite farther from where I was staying and I was not confident with Brisbane’s public transportation.

Moofree Burgers

Address: 4/391 Montague Rd, West End QLD 4101, Australia

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 32 Reviews on Tripadvisor

Price Range: $10 USD for burgers, $7 USD for smoothies.

Moofree Burgers is a vegan burger joint in Brisbane with a few locations along with food trucks.

They serve a variety of vegan burgers, sides, and breakfast sandwiches. Their gravy fries (aka chips) looked especially good, but I had to lay off the vegan burgers for a bit!

There’s also a whole separate menu with smoothie bowls, smoothies, and juices AND another big menu for pancakes, sandwiches, and ice cream!

I would definitely try this next time!

Vegan Desserts in Brisbane

San Churro (South Bank)

Address: Shop 2/161 Grey St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 96 Reviews on Tripadvisor

Page: www.sanchurro.com/dietary/vegan-option-available

Price Range: $7 USD for 3 churros + 1 dip, $5 USD for drinks

San Churro is a popular dessert cafe chain in Australia known for its churros and chocolate treats, including vegan options, which they indicate on their physical menus.

Their vegan options include the churros (including a cookie-butter filled one 🤤), vegan milk choco loco drink, vegan gelato, croffles, frappes, smoothies and coffee with plant milk. WOW.

You can also grab vegan gelato at Gelatissimo Brisbane CBD.

Noosa Chocolate Factory

Address: 156 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 122 Reviews on Tripadvisor

Price Range: $3-4 USD for vegan options with plant milk.

The Noosa Chocolate Factory in Brisbane is a chocolate shop with cafe options. They have two locations in Brisbane, but only one has the cafe.

A hand holding a takeaway vegan hot cocoa coffee cup from Noosa Chocolate Factory, with a variety of chocolate bins in the background

The hot chocolate itself was solid, but the vegan chocolate sample they added was so good I should have bought more.

You can sub plant milk for their coffees, hot chocolates, and iced drinks.

Veganyumm

Address: 487 S Pine Rd, Everton Park QLD 4053, Australia

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 22 Reviews on Tripadvisor

Price Range: Varies

Veganyumm is a popular vegan bakery in Brisbane, and located more in northern Brisbane.

They sell generous slices of brownies, savory pies, cakes, cookies and cupcakes, plus whole and assorted ones you can buy.

Their drinks include vegan frappes, coffee, and milkshakes. Their snickers milkshake sounds especially good!

All of their flavors look unique and really tasty.

Non-Vegan Restaurants in Brisbane with Vegan Options

Zeus Street Greek South Bank

Address: 13/14 Little Stanley St, Brisbane City QLD 4101, Australia

Page: zeusstreetgreek.com.au/new-flexible-meat-free-options

What I got: Vegan lamb pita wrap aka the Zeus ($10 USD)

A gyro wrap filled with vegan lamb and fresh purple cabbage slaw, served with a side of seasoned fries on a wooden table

Zeus Street Greek is a non-vegan restaurant chain with a few locations in Australia.

I had to include this because the vegan lamb was SO yummy I visited again in other cities in Australia.

The texture was really meaty that I had to do research to make sure it was vegan, which was rare for me. It was also really well seasoned, and they served one of the best fries I’ve eaten too.

Next Vegan Restaurants in Brisbane

While I wish I had more time, I would visit Brisbane again! I loved walking along all the bridge paths and water views.

You can follow www.instagram.com/brissyveganguide for local recommendations for vegan options and vegan restaurants in Brisbane.

Plus look out for vegan markets in Brisbane on www.instagram.com/brisbaneveganmarkets

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