Vego and lovin' it is an Adelaide institution, and has fed many a hungry uni student.
It is located in a tiny upstairs room on Rundle Street and owned by a local artist who's mosaic framed sketches of Adelaide adorn the walls along with old record sleeves and magazine covers. Mismatched 50's - 70's decor and crockery add to the charm of this fantastic cafe.
Get in for either an early or late lunch (not open evenings or weekends) as the place is packed between 1230 and 1400
Favorite Dish: A must is the soup which I chunky and a meal in itself. It comes served with sourdough rye bread topped with tomatoe-garlic butter.
All the burgers are fantastic. The Mexican burger comes with corn chips and salsa on the side. The AbFab burger cant be missed either with avacado and sweet chilli sauce, neither can the mediteranian burger (with olive tapanade). Let's face it all the burgers are delicious.
If you don't feel like a big meal the salads are delish (but big) and come with homous on top.
Finish of your meal with the chocolate (vegan) ice cream. It's the creamiest and chocolatiest you'll taste.
An ordering suggestion if you aren't on your own iss ask for a soup and burger to share. (they'll come on 2 seperate plates/ bowls) but you'll only be charged the price of the a whole serve. If you're on your own or cant agree you can also ask for half serves of everything but it's more expensive than half the price of the whole serve.
Rendezvous Allegra Hotel Adelaide Adelaide
4 Reviews and 427 Opinions I have stayed here several time for business events and also to just stay in the CBD for a social...
Sebel Playford Adelaide Adelaide
1 Review and 556 Opinions Okay Hotel with average everything. Rooms are spacious and modern with all the facilities required....
Medina Grand Adelaide Treasury Adelaide
3 Reviews and 291 Opinions The hotel is located in the heart of CBD on the corner of Flinders Street and opposite Victoria...