The Best Vegan Restaurants in Melbourne
These days, chefs are paying vegetables more attention than ever. Just look at the proliferation of roasted cauliflower on menus across Australia and the world.
From there, going full vegan is a relatively small step. Butter can be swapped out for coconut oil, cow's milk for soy milk, and egg whites for aquafaba (the liquid found in cans of chickpeas). As the murky ethics of the industrial food chain become more apparent, these substitutes are becoming more and more popular. Melbourne doesn't have a huge number of entirely vegan restaurants, but if you're okay with the people around you eating animal products, many places can cater for you.