Lazy May’s Cafe, Greenway (Vegan-Friendly)

Lazy Mays, Tuggeranong

Lazy May’s (1 Cowlishaw Street, Greenway)

New Winter Menu 2016:

  • Mixed Grill:  Caramelized garlic bread, wilted kale, roasted pumpkin, vine cherry tomatoes, garlic mushroom, sauteed onion & avocado
  • Nachos:  Toasted corn chips with mild bean mix, avocado smash, non-dairy cream cheese, topped with tabbouleh
  • Open Vegan Melt:  Grilled zucchini, roasted sweet potato, garlic mushroom, rocket, tomato, non-dairy cream cheese topped with roasted seeds & tomato relish on crispy turkish bread
  • Buddha Bowl:  Red Cabbage, wilted kale, roasted chickpeas, sweet potato, quinoa, avocado smash topped with bean mix & miso tahini
  • Wild Mushroom & Pumpkin Risotto:  Roasted pumpkin & wild musroom risotto topped with non-dairy cream cheese & toasted pine nuts
  • The Vegan Burger:  kidney bean, cannelloni bean, chickpea & sweetcorn pattie with tomato, lettuce, tomato and onion (pictured below)
  • Ask for Vegan version of Wild Shroom & Pumpkin Aranchini:  Stuffed with olives, served with tomato relish (pictured below)
  • Vegan Breakfast Item:  Apple Pie Oats:  Rolled oats and chia seeds soaked in coconut cream with spiced poached apple served with granola and soy milk
  • Anthea Cheng’s Raw Rainbow Nourishments (currently Lemon and Poppy Seed Cake and Choc Mousse Tarts)
  • Apart from delicious coffee and tea, shakes are available and can be made with soy icecream and bonsoy on request – just check to make sure they hold the cream. The shake made with oreos comes highly recommended.

Original Review Post by Sarah May (no relation 🙂 )

Tucked away on Cowlishaw just a few block from the Tuggeranong Hyperdome, Lazy May’s is a very welcome addition to the Tuggeranong Coffee scene. And it’s vegan friendly to boot!

Lazy May’s has just undergone another menu change and some of the previous items (including my favourite, the grilled vegan pannini with cashew hummus) are gone *sob*.

Lazy May’s is not different from most Canberra cafes with vegan options (apart from places like Kingsland and Sweet Bones) and for that reason I have found it helps to confirm that items are vegan when ordering. That being said, the owner and chefs are terrific and when we had a Vegan ACT dinner there recently, the chef pulled out all the stops, creating a special vegan menu with a number of non-menu dishes.

If you haven’t yet made the trip to Lazy May’s, I encourage you to stop by, and be sure to mention you came for their vegan offerings. You won’t be disappointed!

For more info see:  http://www.lazymayscafe.com/

Click here to get the latest Vegan ACT group goss on Lazy May’s.

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