Here is our new Vegan dish showcase featuring some of the great dishes you can dine on around Canberra. Please see our list of Vegan-Friendly Eateries for even more deliciousness. And see our recipes section to make your own Vegan delights.
By Sonia Barfoed from her blog post about Vegan Freakshakes
I had the only vegan main option, the Veg Head burger with fries and Pâtissez special sauce:
“Herby chickpea, corn & sweet potato patty, charred zucchini, roast capsicum, grilled eggplant, roasted red pepper, vegan aioli, MINUS the house marinated fetta cheese.”
Damn, it was the best vegan burger I’ve had (in case my Mum’s reading, it’s not as good as your bean-patty one! But if you’re not reading, then it’s the best). Like, even better than the one at Red Lime Shack in Adelaide. It was so good. I did ask the Pâtissez staff a lot of questions, and confirmed that the chips were fried in cottonseed oil, and that the aioli is done on a soy base (not sure if this is a fortified type, though). Staff were obliging, but I think that there needs to be a quick FAQ or better team-briefing, given that many people with allergies will often opt for the vegan menu item and have questions.
If you are on a computer, click here to get all the latest Vegan ACT group goss about Urban Bean, Woden.
Description by Rick Collins: “Their vegan option is a lightly toasted hot dog bun with fried cauliflower, eggplant, vegan aioli, topped with crispy sweet potato bits.”
Image and quote by Bronwyn Mayer: “Had this earlier on today from broad dogs in Braddon! It was very tasty! The sweet potato crisps were so delicious and they weren’t stingy with the aioli! So yum!”
You can also get chips with aioli!
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