Vegan eatery in Melbourne

I’m not sure I’ve ever been so impressed by vegan food photos.

When I stumbled across the Instagram account for Melbourne café Olivia Spring Café, my mind went straight into overdrive with plans on how and when I could visit Australia again.

Before I show you a few of my favourite photos, take a read of this description of the business and how they got their name:

Cute cosy cafe serving the most affordable and delicious vegan food – Genuinely welcoming service and fresh ingredients ONLY! We’re very particular about food from the way we make them to how we serve them on your plate. We want to bring healthy plant-based cuisine closer to as many people as possible. Olivia Spring Cafe is a family business, named after our daughter Olivia who was born in Spring time. She’s the soul of the place, playful and talkative. You’ll probably see her in the weekends, hanging around telling tales or dancing.

This is a great addition to the Melbourne vegan scene.

You can follow Olivia Spring Café on Facebook and Instagram. You can see the exact location of the café thanks to Google Maps.

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Everytime you look at these rolls, there's something peculiar.Hmmm…As if the ingredients shining thru translucent rice paper sheets are looking at you 👀 and trying to seduce you like Sirens 🎶EAT ME 🎶 😘 No matter how hard you try to fight it by blocking your ears 🙉 or covering your eyes 🙈 or BOTH. You can't seem to resist these gorgeous radiant cylinders, especially when skinny-dipped in our homemade peanut butter and hoisin sauce. 😍 Every roll is slightly different from one another because they're handmade and imperfect!! And that's the beauty of it. Comes in 2 types of filling: •vegan prawn + chicken •tofu + vegan shredded pork •GF options available! #veganricepaperrolls #oliviaspringcafe #veganfoodcafe #mooneeponds #vegansinmelbourne #VegansInAustralia

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BE WARNED MUSHROOM HATERS! Here's a challenge for you! We know some of you regard mushroom as evil. 😈 So skilled with a fork you became, playing the game of discreetly weeding them from the rest of the dish, trying to hide them under a napkin but we see YOU! *Hah* At the end of every meal your plate would contain a little pile of fungi, stacked up like coal in a dock yard. But our Almighty Salad Bowl can turn YOU into fully fledged fungi fanatic!!! Before you knew it the plate was bare and you began to notice, much to your horror, mushroom is really rather nice.😳💚 🍄 Could it be that you had been wrong all these years? It's time to find out. 😋 Photo credits to our dear customer James @zanctus87 #almightysaladbowl #oliviaspringcafe #veganfoodcafe #mooneeponds #vegansinmelbourne

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Happy Wednesday morning, friends! If you haven’t been to Vietnam, there is one meal that's well-known throughout the South. You’ll see it being served at countless restaurants and street food stalls around Ho Chi Minh City. Let us bring you to Vietnam (without actually getting on an airplane) with the grand and glorious Com Tam – traditional Vietnamese broken rice! 😋 Now close your eyes, follow the fragrance of the vegan grilled pork, shredded pork, tofu cake and you’ll eventually find yourself at Olivia Spring Cafe. It'll definitely put a smile on your face with every bite. #veganbrokenrice #vegancomtam #oliviaspringcafe #vegancafe #mooneeponds #vegansinmelbourne #vietnamesecuisine

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Happy Saturday, lovely people! You've made it to the weekend so reward yourself with this super scrumptious vermicelli noodles dish that you don't have to cry about eating once you've inhaled the entire bowl. There's a high chance of it happening and we won't be held accountable – disclaimer. Combining low-carb rice vermicelli with fresh herbs, pickled carrots, roasted peanuts, savoury sweet vegan pork and crispy golden vegan shredded pork. Drenched in our homemade soy sauce. Now you don't eat this like little princesses 🙅 It has to be thoroughly stirred through to soak all the punchy flavours up – and there you have it…HELL DELICIOUS! ✨ Photo credits to our dear customer @ashleyaardvark #vermicellinoodle #oliviaspringcafe #vegancafe #mooneeponds #vegansinmelbourne

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