New to the bay or returning after some time away? There are some new and old, vegan kids on the block we are busting to introduce you to. Be it a superfood smoothie, raw cake, or a fully fledged plant-based burger you are after, Byron Bay’s vegan chefs have stepped up the anti and there’s now something for every time of the day in the Bay. Here are our three favourite vegan foodie haunts:
Our global ambassador and vegan foodie Angie Davis nearly fell over when she learned of The Beet opening during her absence. We sent Angie off to trial the menu and she’s since become a regular.
The Beet was created to inspire diners to enjoy creative, delicious and healthy plant based meals. It is a premium quality restaurant with highly-trained chefs who use organic and the highest grade ingredients wherever possible.
If you’re new to plant based food, try the ‘Beet Burger’: beetroot infused vegan meat patty on an organic bun with tomato relish, roasted pumpkin, dandelion greens and house made sauerkraut, served with sweet potato chips and house made vegan aioli
This vibrant eatery is just around the corner from our Divine Goddess Byron Bay store, and is the sister store of its Melbourne same-name counterpart. If you can make it past the mouth watering raw cakes on parade when you go up to order, cast your eyes over the main menu, which is filled with organic, raw and gluten free eats and drinks.
Their vegan pad thai is one of our favourites, and the raw chia parfaits “soaked in chia overnight in local company @the.brokenhead coconut mylk, orange zest and organic, maple syrup, layered with cacao buckinis, fruit, coconut and Combi’s own house-made probiotic cashew yogurt.”
Location: 5b/21-25 Fletcher St, Byron Bay NSW 2481
Raw foodies, vegans and health conscious lovers remain loyal to Naked Treaties and for good reason. The go-to for fresh super food smoothies with protein kicks and raw food meals, it’s a failsafe haunt for damn good food. If you have a sweet tooth you are in trouble, ah hum ‘luck’; it’s not called Naked Treaties for nothing. Think freshly made cakes and deserts filled with raw goodness. Who ever said vegan eats are boring?
Location: 2/3 Marvell St, Byron Bay NSW 2481