Vego & Love’n It

This is the second vegetarian place I’ve been to in the last 24 hours and I’m noticing a common theme. It’s like I’ve walked through a wormhole and been teleported back to the 1960’s. With mismatched furniture, picture framed mosaics, photos of Bali and Marilyn Monroe, there is no real theme to this place. The timber floors are worn out, and the musty smell will have you gasping for air.

Today, I ordered the Mexican Chilli Burger. The dish was ready within 10 minutes of ordering and the presentation was below average. No care was taken in putting it together and it really showed. The vegetable patty was a nice thickness, however, taste wise, it needed the chilli sauce to give it more depth. The vegetables were fresh and crisp, while the wholemeal bun had a nice sharpness to it. For something that was vegetarian, it wasn’t too bad.

Mexican Chilli Burger
Mexican Chilli Burger

My friend had the Thai Burger and she reported it tasted bland.

Thai Burger
Thai Burger

Another friend had the Spicy Mushroom Burger. She said it was OK, but nothing to write home about.

Spicy Mushroom Burger
Spicy Mushroom Burger

The staff were very friendly and the service was pretty good. The atmosphere was relaxed, but it start to get busy during the lunch time rush. The pricing is fairly reasonable considering the size of the dishes.

It was certainly an experience eating here, but probably somewhere I won’t revisit. Sorry, not loven it.

WHERE: Level 1, 240 Rundle St, Adelaide





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