8 Amazing Vegan Gluten-Free Dinners in Melbourne

It can be hard to find the great Gluten Free meals at the best of times. Add in Vegan and it can be daunting and sometimes frustrating. So here are 8 of the best Gluten Free Dinners you can find in Melbourne.

Good Loves H.S.P with KFC

Neko Neko (Fitzroy)

This traditional Japanese ramen bar is the perfect spot for dinner. It may be small inside but the flavours here are exceptional.

Grab the Mapo Tofu Ramen with Gluten Free Ramen Noodles.

 

Good Love (St Kilda)

Good Love is all about inclusions and making you feel loved. This does not exclude the Celiacs in the world. There are plenty of options on the menu and plenty of drinks behind the bar.

Grab the Vegan H.S.P with KFC Jackfruit on the top.

 

48H Pizza & Gnocchi Bar (South Yarra & Elsternwick)

Winner of the second best Gluten Free pizza dough in the world, 48H Pizza & Gnocchi Bar has an abundance of vegan gluten-free options for dinner.

Grab the Gluten Free Vegan Cheese Mare Nostrum to blow your mind.

 

Makan (CBD)

A Balinese and Indonesian restaurant from the winners of My Kitchen Rules Tasia & Gracia Seger. Set on Collins St in the CBD, Makan brings the best of Indonesian cuisine with a refined touch.

Grab the Grilled Lebanese eggplant with balado chili jam for a flavour explosion.

 

Queen Vees (Prahran)

Queen Vee’s Caribbean vibe gently soothing your soul and washing you away to an island paradise. You would be forgiven for spending hours in this bar & eatery, sipping on spiced rum cocktails and sharing an arrangement of vegan Caribbean food.

Grab the Vegan Jerk Jackfruit for something mouthwateringly good.

 

New Jaffa (Collingwood)

A modern yet traditional Middle-Eastern eatery located in Collingwood, with a large number of vegan options is because, in Israel, it is all about the vegetables.

Grab the Roasted Cauliflower with middle eastern spiced Vegan mayo to spice up your evening.

 

Maccaroni Osteria (Clifton Hill)

Maccaroni Osteria is the perfect place to bring your non-vegan friends and family. Although they would not be able to tell the difference between some of the dishes like the calamari, which often gets sent back to the kitchen by vegans because they think they have received the wrong meal.

Grab the homemade Gnocchi with vegan bolognaise with mushrooms for traditional Italian made entirely gluten-free.

 

Bad Shepherd Brewing Co. (Cheltenham)

Not content with one or two ‘token gesture’ vegan options, Bad Shepherd came up with a vegan barbecue menu (which they affectionately call VBQ), that is based off their core menu of smoked meats and pub-fare.

Grab the Vegan Pulled “Pork” Sandwich with Shredded jackfruit braised in cola & BBQ spice rub, herb slaw & BBQ sauce. Need we say more.

 

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