World Vegan Month

World Vegan Month

Vegans of Australia, this is your month to shine and indulge in some delicious and animal-free meals! No longer are vegans reduced to eating boring and unimaginative takeaway meals – there are just so many tofu salads and stuffed mushrooms one can eat!

Don’t vegans also deserve variety? The opportunity to expand their palates? Forget the kale and dive into an international smorgasbord of vegan dishes on Menulog.


Known for its many vegetarian options, Indian cuisine – both North and South – has many vegan dishes to choose from. Think spicy bhaji ( onion fritters) to start with and some utterly delectable crispy and sweet cauliflower fritters. These can be followed by a lentil dahl packed with rich flavours and aromatic spices served with saffron rice to make it a well-rounded Indian banquet. Other vegan Indian dishes include a host of curries, biryani, chutney and pickles – and don’t forget the fluffy naan and roti to accompany your meal.

Try Eden Garden Indian Cuisine, SouthBrisbane, QLD

or Jahshn, Torquay, Torquay, VIC


Who says you have to miss out on all the beautiful Italian creations if you’re a vegan? Why not tuck into a vegan risotto, jam-packed with hearty flavours and beautiful produce. Vegan pastas made with zesty pesto, garlic, olives and chilli are mouthwateringly delightful. And how about everyone’s favourite, pizza! Choosing to eat vegan doesn’t mean you can’t eat pizza. From vegan cheese to vegan chorizo, prawns, bacon and even egg, Vegan pizzas are both inventive and scrumptious.

Try Ottimo, Hobart, TAS

or Eat Pizza,Footscray, Melbourne Footscray, VIC

or Bellissimo Pizza & Pasta, Christie’s Beach, SA


Despite an emphasis on meat products, Nepalese cuisine has some tasty vegan options, including aromatic pulau rice, brimming with flavours of cumin, cardamom, cloves and turmeric.

Try Taste of Nepal, Adelaide. SA

Malaysian and Thai

From tofu goreng to curry puffs and yellow curries, fresh salads and coconut rice, vegan dishes from Malaysia and Thailand still hero all the beautiful flavours of the cuisine. While vegan pad Thai is a delicious option, be careful to read the ingredients carefully, or ask whether the dish contains egg and fish sauce, as these two are both definitely not plant-based.

Try UThai, Dulwich, SA

or A Taste Of Siam, Hampton, VIC

or Amarin Thai Cuisine, Warrawong, NSW


For the ultimate vegan fiesta, Mexican vegan dishes range from moreish dips, crunchy nachos filled with beans, guacamole, burritos and enchiladas jam-packed with roasted veggies and flavoursome rice. And let’s not forget nachos topped with vegan sour cream and cheese.

Try Montezumas, Crows Nest, NSW

So whether you’re a strict vegan or just in the mood to try some meat-free meals, Menulog has so many options that you can order and enjoy at home. Try something new today and give your taste buds a treat.


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