Top 10 Vegan Breakfasts You Need To Visit In Melbourne

Vegan Breakfast in Melbourne

Melbourne is renowned for having a top-notch vegan scene! Whether you’re a long-time herbivore or simply looking to get your fix of fruit and veggies, there’s a plethora of restaurants and cafes ready to serve you up a hearty breakfast. And no, it’s not all just lentils and salad! Take a look at our favourite places for a plant-based breakfast in Melbourne.

Combi Dragon Fruit Bowl Image by @freshlysnapped

1. Combi
1/140 Ormond Road, Elwood

Go for the Dragon Fruit Bowl - Bright pink dragonfruit blended with banana, blueberries and freshly made nut mylk, topped with sweet and colourful seasonal fruits, seeds and caramelised buckinis.

Pair with one of Combi’s raw, organic, super food smoothies. A summer dream!

Monk Bodhi Dharma Pancakes Image by @monkbodhidharma

2. Monk Bodhi Dharma
Rear 202 Carlisle Street, Balaclava

Read our article on Monk Bodhi Dharma here.

Go for the Avignon Apple Pancakes - Buckwheat apple pancakes topped with vanilla bean whipped cream, raw cinnamon ice cream, crunchy dehydrated apple chips and maple syrup. Rich, fluffy and totally vegan, this pick is perfect for those with a sweet tooth. Pair it with a warm almond chai.

Matcha Mylkbar Vegan Eggs Image by @foodbourne_

3. Matcha Mylkbar
72A Acland Street, St Kilda

Read our article on Matcha Mylkbar here.

Go for the Vegan Eggs – what else? Served on toast and with your choice of sides, these beauties are made from sweet potato, turmeric and coconut and have the same nutritional profile as regular eggs. Pair it with a classic matcha latte.

Smith & Deli Image by @smithanddeli

4. Smith & Deli
111 Moor St, Fitzroy

Go for whatever they’ve got! - This completely vegan deli has an ever-changing takeaway menu. Grab a coffee and a quick snack to go on those busy mornings when you’re short on time. Think "pastrami" and "mozzarella" stuffed croissants and sticky date buns – not just your average salad sandwiches!

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5. Sister of Soul
73 Acland Street, St Kilda

Go for The Big Vegan - Your completely plant-based ultimate breakfast! Marinated tofu with spinach, potato and rosemary rosti, tomato salsa, Sister’s plum sauce and multigrain toast on the side. Perfect with a St Ali coffee.

Serotonin Eatery Sushi Image by @serotonindealer

6. Serotonin Eatery
52 Madden Grove, Burnley

Read our article on Serotonin Eatery here.

Go for the Deconstructed Sushi - This one is exactly like it sounds – a big, rainbow bowl of every veggie you’re likely to find in a hand roll, served with warm brown rice and quinoa, tamari and wasabi of course. Pair it with a golden latte, made with turmeric, ginger, cinnamon and black pepper.

Shokuiku Buckwheat Porridge Image by @janepitterpatter

7. Shokuiku
120 High Street, Northcote

Go for the Nutty Buckwheat Porridge - This organic, raw food café serves signature porridge just under enzyme-preserving temperature with either apple, pear and spices or banana and cacao. Pair with one of Shoku Iku’s famous herbal teas.

Heal Thy Self Acai Bowl Image by @emmalandolina

8. Heal.Thy Self Co.
26 Ballarat Street, Yarraville

Read our article on Heal.Thy Self here.

Go for an Acai Bowl - Everyone’s favourite big, purple bowl of antioxidants, topped with house-made granola, crispy coconut flakes and seasonal fruit. Pair it with one of Heal.Thy Self’s famous smoothies.

Admiral Cheng Ho Vegan Mushrooms Image by @admiralchengho

9. Admiral Cheng Ho
325 Johnston Street, Abbotsford

Go for the Vegan Mushrooms - The sister restaurant to Balaclava’s Monk Bodhi Dharma serves up perfect mushrooms with almond feta, kraut and herb salad on top of toasted sourdough. Pair with one of the café’s specialty coffees.

Supercharger Super Oats Image by @superchargervegan

10. Supercharger
22 Chatham Street, Prahran or Emporium, 287 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne

Go for the Super Oats and a Super Smoothie - Solid options for a quick, take-away breakfast. Choose from orange bircher with pepitas and apple, white bircher with banana, dates and maple, apple and cinnamon porridge or white chia bircher with berries.

A healthy, plant-based breakfast has never been so easy. From a classic big breakfast to a summery smoothie bowl, Melbourne’s vegan scene has you covered.

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