We’ve pulled together our top vegan dishes from our partners for you to enjoy at home. Stack them in your freezer and you have restaurant-quality meals ready to reheat whenever you want. And the best part - you can order from multiple restaurants in the same order and we are delivering three days a week across Sydney Metro!
Get ready for a vegan feast that will take your tastebuds on a journey across three continents - Asia, Europe and Africa.
Asian Vegan Adventure
We love South-East Asian cuisine, especially their flavourful vegan recipes. Whether it is Thai, Indian, Malay or somewhere else in the region, you can always expect amazing cooking for food lovers. Our friends at Delhi ‘O‘ Delhi in Newtown and Foreign Return in Surry Hills have been cooking up a storm of amazing vegan dishes including, a rich Chickpea and Kale Masala, the always popular Vegetable Korma, the lesser known Kalonji Gobhi Baingan and the almost too pretty to eat, Navratan Korma.
European Vegan Adventure
Are you dreaming of romantic European adventures? One of our favourite Italian dishes is ravioli and the Beetroot Ravioli with Pumpkin and Sweet Potato from the masters at Salts Meats Cheese in Sydney is no exception. It’s silky smooth and richly coloured - pair it with a crisp Italian Verdelho and some Italian music and close your eyes - you will feel like you’re sitting by the water on Lake Como taking in the view of the endless mountains on the horizon.
More in the mood for a Siesta? The amazing team at Foodie del Mar in Randwick have prepared a beautiful vegan Paella packed with flavour and lots of eggplant and pumpkin. Pair it with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc on the balcony during the warm evenings to come. Does it get any better than that?
African Vegan Adventure
Are you feeling a little more adventurous? African cuisine may not be as mainstream, but it has so much to offer, especially when it comes to its exceptional vegan cooking.
For African cooking at its finest, you can’t go past the delicious meals from Little Lagos in Newtown. For a tiny restaurant, they pack a huge punch - the team at Little Lagos have built a huge cult following and for good reason - their Nigerian food is amazing! Little Lagos has made us two traditional Nigerian dishes which are vegan, the Jollof Rice and Ewa Agonyin. Jollof Rice is a classic Nigerian dish and we think the team at Little Lagos makes the best Jollof Rice in town! For those who aren’t familiar with the dish, it’s a rice dish that is slowly cooked in a special broth for hours to create an unforgettable flavour. Want more? We recommend trying out Little Lagos’ Ewa Agonyin - a slow-cooked black-eyed beans with a delicious chilli paste. Why not get one of each and share them with family or friends? Also, go say hi to the Little Lagos crew at their restaurant on King Street on a Friday night - we guarantee you will have a fun evening that you’ll never forget!