Raw Vegan Treats @ Local Press Cafe, Kingston

Local press also has a wide range of Vegan juices, smoothies and teas plus some Veganisable menu items.

Website:  http://www.localpresscafe.com.au/

The Vegan Brodveg @ Brodburger, Kingston

Brodveg Burger

Original Post by The Canberra Vegan

It has taken us a while to get around to visiting Brodburger, one of the most widely reviewed and blogged food outlets in Canberra. The buzz was that the vegan burger was pretty good, so we dropped in after visiting the Kingston Bus Depot Markets. Arriving before 12pm meant that our wait was relatively short at 20 minutes. Notably, the burger has no patty as such, just a delicious stack of marinated and grilled vegetables with a spicy sauce and garlicky aioli. Thankfully, as the vegan option is listed on the menu, there is no explaining to do. Just order and enjoy.

Be sure to order the Vegan version of the Brodveg!  Ingredients:  flame grilled vegetables (mushroom, eggplant, zucchini, capsicum) with Vegan aioli and tomato relish.


Fekerte’s Ethiopian, Braddon & Kingston (Vegan Friendly)

Images by Teya Duncan

Where and When:  Lunch and Dinner every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the Hamlet on Lonsdale Street, Braddon and Every Sunday at the Old Bus Depot Markets in Kingston.  To stay in touch you can find them on the web at www.fekertes.com.au

Teya Duncan:  “I think I’m in love! This is the mixed vegetarian plate at Fekerte’s Ethiopian at the Hamlet on Lonsdale St.” (Original facebook post)

Crafted3 (Cakery) – 10% Discount for Vegan ACT Cardholders

crafted3“Crafted³ is a small boutique business that makes and sells a wide range of baked goods such as Cupcakes, Cake, Sweets and Treats. Our goods are available by order, or through any of our regular markets. We bake in a wide range of different styles, specialising in tasty Egg Free, Dairy Free and Gluten Free cakes, as well as Vegan cakes.”

New:  10% discount to card-holding members of Vegan ACT!


Veganarchy Sweets and Eats

veganarchylogoVeganarchy bakes delicious cupcakes + other yummy treats, fresh and on request using organic + fair-trade ingredients where possible, we can cater for all your special events: birthdays, morning + afternoon teas, for offices events, engagements, weddings, movie marathons, really… just any time you can think of to eat sweets!

Like most small businesses, Veganarchy started as a hobby, with Gabrielle Carr spending hours baking, tweaking and taste testing at home. Recognising an opportunity to cater for vegans and allergy suffers in Canberra, Gabrielle quickly progressed to offering up tasty treats for donation at local shows, and holding quarterly fund raising events to raise money for animal welfare organisations. From this, Veganarchy Sweets and Eats was born.

With 8 years of vegan baking under her belt Gabrielle has developed an extensive catalogue of sweets. Focusing on making quality vegan baked goods that will rival any counterpart, Veganarchy has now begun catering for cafes, attending markets, and are still taking personal orders!

With the goal of opening a vegan bakery + cafe in Canberra Australia, for now Veganarchy is concentrating on the wholesale and catering market, expanding clientele, further developing skills and repertoire, showcasing products at markets and proving that no animals need to be harmed to make a delicious moist cake, a melt in your mouth cookie or slice.

Veganarchy are currently offering their own line of vegan sausages, schnitzels, burger patties and chickenless kievs at their Old Bus Depot Market stalls, and are working on getting them in to even more health food stores and co-operatives. Veganarchy also offers a range of Xmas goodies; Handmade tofurkey and roasts, artisan cheezes and xmas cakes.

See http://veganarchycbr.bigcartel.com/ for a menu and how to contact us!

Silo Bakery and Café, Kingston (Vegan-Friendly)

Silo Bakery ShopfrontInformation sourced by Michelle and Gareth

36 Giles street Kingston ACT 2604

Tues to Sat 7am to 4pm

Breakfast:  ‘Vegan breakfast‘ (Gluten Free): tomato, avocado & rocket salad with a cashew hummus on a nutbread for breakfast.

Lunch: ‘Three crostini’:  A tapenade, grilled capsicum & caper salad, braised zucchini on three toasted baguette slices brushed with olive oil.  The baguette can be substituted with nutbread to be gluten-free.

There is also a grilled vegetable filled roll containing a basil sauce without any cheese as an alternative or takeaway lunch.

Sides:  ‘Mesclun salad’

Adjusting existing menu items:  Ask for vegan pizza option.

Ask staff to tell you Vegan items on menu.

Please write to website@veganact.org.au or leave a comment if you want to add any information :).