Meat Free Restaurants for Mum
Treat your mum this Mother’s Day to some of Australia’s best vegetarian and vegan menus with the Gourmet Traveller Gift Card.
We’ve picked our top three restaurants, perfect for celebrating that special day with your special mum.
￼Located in a serene park setting, Jasmine Greens is a relaxing destination that boasts a funky atmosphere and is perfect for Mother’s Day lunch. The menu is inspired by the beautiful coastal surrounds, local produce & the restaurants Mediterranean background. With a wonderful vegetarian/vegan menu available, there is a strong sense of locally sourced, free-range & chemical-free food that is presented with attention to every small detail.
￼A Touch of Salt is a perfect destination for Mother’s Day this year. Overlooking a scenic stretch of Ross Creek in Townsville’s city heart, A Touch of Salt blends an ever-evolving menu that vegetarian/vegan dishes that are wonderfully complemented by the extensive wine cellar. Best of all, you can choose to dine in the comfort of the contemporary restaurant or under the stars on the balcony.
￼Located in Southgate, La Camera Italian Restaurant offers a lovely warm environment where you can enjoy authentic Italian food and a lovely, well-balanced range of vegetarian/vegan meals.
La Camera boasts two balconies with stunning views over the Yarra River and iconic Flinders Street Station. Mains are listed between $20-$40 and reservations can be made for lunch or dinner Mon-Sunday.
For the perfect food discovery gift this Mother’s Day, visit www.gourmettraveller.com.au. Don’t forget to use our online restaurant booker to reserve your next dining experience!
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