Have you ever stumbled around the streets of Adelaide during your lunch break or after a night of drinking and really crave a burger? Me too. So, for your convenience, here’s a guide to where you can get your hands on the best Vegan burgers in Adelaide.
Lord Of The Fries – When in doubt (or you’re a big fan like me) LOTF deliver the goods. From trialling literally every burger on the menu, I’d recommend their Chick’n burger, Original burger or try adding Beyond Meat patty (newly available). You will not be disappointed.
Zenhouse Vegetarian Yum Cha– This lunch and dinner eatery is hidden on Bent Street off Rundle Street and is seriously underrated. They offer a delicious Vegan SFC Burger made with a huge dark rye bun, Vegan chick’n pieces, salad and vegan mayo. But beware, it’s very filling.
Veggie Velo – Often found at the Plant 4 Bowden markets, they serve up wholesome and healthy burgers you don’t have to feel guilty about.
The Lost Deli – Known for whipping up quality, wholesome food, The Lost Deli offer three burgers including their Mushroom, Chickpea and Summer burger. Homemade, handmade and 100% Vegan – you don’t need to look any further!
Juice Lovers Juicery – Sister shop of Veggie Velo, if you can’t make it to one of their stalls you can definitely get the same wholesome burgers here.
Vego n Lovin It – Located upstairs a doorway on Rundle Street, Vego n Lovin It are known to pump out crazy good burgers. As you can see in the photo, the quite literally douse their Mexican burger in a nacho cheese sauce. Need I say more?
Two-Bit Villains – An oldie but a goldie! With a view of Rundle Mall and vegan burgers, you’d be kidding yourself if you haven’t tried one yet! From classic cheeseburgers to a fish burger, they really cater for us well with their old school diner vibes.
Salem Cafe – A Seitan chick’n sandwich (it’s practically a burger) with a healthy side serve of crisps. I mean, just look at that tower of vegan goodness.
Nagev – Check out their vegan breakfast burger! Made complete with a creamy hollandaise sauce and tofu scramble. What a beautiful creation.
Sugar Shack Diner – This American themed diner are delivering for the high demand of Vegans with our very own plant based menu. Their Hungry Vegan burger is literally huge and it’s a part of a challenge if you’re up for it.
Grill’d – They’re uping their game by bringing in two new vegan burgers including a Vegan cheeseburger and hemp and pea burger (with no tzatziki for vegan).
Hilton Hotel – It’s always nice to go out for dinner with your friends where you can all eat something enjoyable. The Hilton have a whopper, double patty burger to fill your burger needs.
Royal Oak North Adelaide – This is one way to get your veggies in…in a big colourful burger! Considering it contains so many veggies, it’s for sure a healthy option.