Vegan Guides

Fortitude Valley Vegan Guide 2022

If you’re heading to Brisbane, The Valley is a must-visit destination for a great night out. From speak-easy cocktail bars, to rooftop terraces and late-night culinary delights in China Town, the nightlife in this area is the best in Brisbane. The Valley is also home to some brilliant vegan restaurants offering incredible plant-based dishes. Keep reading for the Fortitude Valley Vegan Guide 2022.

Lord of the Fries
3a/352 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Epic vegan junk food. Think burgers, hot dogs, loaded fries, milkshakes and more.
100% vegan restaurant? Yes!

The Real Thing
22 McLachlan St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Breakfast and lunch enjoyed in The Valley’s gorgeous California Lane. They specialize in vegan salads, smoothie bowls, breakfast pots and energy balls for a perfect start to your morning.
100% vegan restaurant? Indeed.

Vegan smoothie bowls via The Real Thing
Vegan smoothie bowls via The Real Thing

Shadowplay Teahouse
138 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Coffee, cake, salads and sandwiches are served at this plant-based gothic-style café. Expect delicious vegan black magic carrot cake, ginger-bread bats and blue-swirl meringue.
100% vegan restaurant? Yes.

VeganBurgz
11a/455 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Burgers, burgers and more burgers. All vegan and served in their famous green matcha buns.
100% vegan restaurant? You guessed it.

The Ribwich via VeganBurgz, Brisbane

Tea Master
8/115 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Pan-Asian vegetarian food served alongside authentic hot & cold teas. Think plant-based sweet and sour pork or vegan duck on a bed of noodles.
100% vegan restaurant? No, this is a vegetarian restaurant.

Netherworld Arcade
186 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Vegan burgers and snacks enjoyed in an 80’s gaming arcade with brilliant craft beer.
100% vegan restaurant? This isn’t a vegan restaurant but the concept is pretty cool. Everything on the menu is served with vegan meat and cheese unless you switch them out for animal products.

Vegan burgers whilst you game via Netherworld Arcade

Tippler’s Tap
2/70 James St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Chicago-inspired beers & food. They do really good vegan burgers, hot dogs and loaded fries.
100% vegan restaurant? No, but they have a separate vegan menu.

sAme sAme
46 James St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Upscale Thai restaurant with some great vegan options. I love their vegan mushroom curry hailing from Northern Thailand.
100% vegan restaurant? No.

Vegan modern Asian cuisine via sAme sAme, Brisbane

More Wholefoods
269 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Wholefood cafe with a couple of lovely vegan options for breakfast and lunch. Don’t miss the roast veg and hummus toastie enjoyed with a fruity smoothie.
100% vegan restaurant? No.

Little Valley
6 Warner St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Modern Chinese cuisine featuring typhoon cauliflower with roasted cashew, as well as potato and truffle spring rolls.
100% vegan restaurant? No.

Vegan Chinese food via Little Valley, Brisbane
Vegan Chinese food via Little Valley, Brisbane

Boroughs of NY
757 Ann St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Pizza joint with 7 deep-dish vegan pizzas on offer. I personally love the vegan bbq chicken pizza.
100% vegan restaurant? No, but there is a vegan menu available.

Kid Curry
826A Ann St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Funky new spot cooking up authentic curries from around the world. Vegan options include a pan-fried pumpkin curry & a smashing Indian black lentil dahl.
100% vegan restaurant? No.

Vegan curry via Kid Curry, Brisbane
Vegan curry via Kid Curry, Brisbane

The Hub’s Wok
1/22 Barry Parade, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Pan-Asian food featuring vegan Nasi Lemak and Mongolian veggie curry.
100% vegan restaurant? No.

Gerard’s Bistro
14/15 James St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Fine dining restaurant featuring on Australia’s top 100 restaurant list. They cater to vegans with innovative dishes like vegetable mezze with chickpea miso.
100% vegan restaurant? No.

Sushi Kenzen
4/201 Wickham St, Fortitude Valley

Type of food: Sushi rolls with great vegan fillings such as sweet bean curd, tempura veggies and roast pumpkin.
100% vegan restaurant? No.

I hope you enjoyed the Fortitude Valley Vegan Guide – make sure you check out my West End Vegan Guide too!