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Vegetarisch/veganistisch restaurant

Lentil As Anything, St Kilda

Door 29 locals aangeraden · Geschatte prijs 1 van 4 ·

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Georgia
Georgia
December 30, 2019
Bohemian vegetarian. Great food with a great vibe. Pay what you feel it’s worth. Funky and very relaxed
Francesco
Francesco
October 11, 2019
Another recommendation for our vegetarian and vegan guests. Lentil As Anything is a pay-as-you-feel, not-for-profit vegetarian and vegan restaurant. Patrons are asked to "pay what they feel" the meal, service and beverages are worth by contributing an amount of their choice into a box at the…
Andrew
Andrew
June 3, 2019
The Lentil As Anything cafes in St Kilda, Abbotsford Convent and Preston offer a unique dining experience as a not-for-profit vegetarian group of restaurants. The brain-child of founder Shanaka Fernando, profits are put back into funding projects to help acclimatise and re-establish the lives of…
Neha
Neha
January 21, 2019
Pay as you like as pay it forward restaurant.
Lochlan
Lochlan
October 9, 2018
- Awesome selection of plant based foods - Friendly staff - Non for profit eatery - Pay as you please

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Restaurant
“Mexican bar and restaurant, real food, quality ingredients and great value. Especially recommend the Sangria Beef Taco dish!”
  • Door 11 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
“Amazing food and drinks. Casual cafe downstairs or formal dining restaurant”
  • Door 7 locals aangeraden
Bistro
“Araliya in St Kilda is Sam Wedande’s crowning achievement. The chef first learned to cook in his native city of Kandy in Sri Lanka’s Central Province. Then he graduated to five-star restaurants in the UK, then to Melbourne’s Hilton in the mid 1980s before opening five restaurants in Melbourne over 20 years, including the Hawthorn institution, Araliya. This is replicated in St Kilda, but it is more glamorous and hopes to tap in more to the area’s nightlife. Here Wedande is more experimental with the flavours and he uses new recipes. Araliya St Kilda also defines the menu as much by its drinks as it does the food. There is a long, prodigiously stocked bar skirting the room. From here order a spicy, moreish Bloody Mary from a selection of house creations, including chilli and grapefruit margaritas, basil martinis and a green-tea mojito. The space is modern, with white walls lining an open, rectangular floor, while low-hanging, retro bulbs cast a merry glow over the tables. The menu includes Wagyu brisket with cardamom and kithul palm sap and duck confit in a roast-fennel curry. But the twist is in the method. Sam explains that Sri Lankan cooking traditionally uses meats to flavour the sauces, despite it overcooking the meat. At Araliya the kitchen uses the French method of cooking the meat perfectly by itself, then combining it with the sauce of another fish at the end. It’s a long process, but definitely worth it.”
  • Door 3 locals aangeraden
Bakkerij
“One of Melbourne's most iconic places to indulge in coffee, cake, gelato & now lunches - delicious! a very popular destination. One of my favourite places! ”
  • Door 2 locals aangeraden
Cafe
“Big open restaurant, with a really wide range of menu options such as Mexican, Italian, Greek, pub food, and more. ”
  • Door 7 locals aangeraden
Locatie
41 Blessington St
Saint Kilda, VIC 3182
Telefoonnummer+61 424 345 368
Status openingstijdenGesloten · Gaat om 5:30 PM open
Creditcards
Yes (incl. Visa & MasterCard)
Zitgelegenheid buiten
Ja
Menu's
Brunch, lunch, diner
Drankjes
Zelf eten en drinken meebrengen
Eetgelegenheden
Service aan tafel, geen bezorging
Parking
Street
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