Author: Jessica de Freitas Cardoso

Sometimes you don’t want to filter through the whole menu to find that one elusive vegan option. Perth is now plentiful with dairy-free, plant-based and vegan restaurants that our vegan community will love! Check out our top-rated finds within and north of the CBD.


Flora and Fauna

This cosy laneway café is a favourite in Northbridge. With a combination of hearty alternatives, sweet treats and fresh pressed juices, you’re bound to find something you love. Also, if you’re into taking food pics for the ‘gram – look no further.


Raw + More Café

A family-owned café that delights with fresh fruits, smoothies and kombuchas influenced by Mexican and Asian cuisines. And just when you thought they couldn’t get more appealing; all of their containers and utensils are plastic-free and bio-degradable.



Eat Drink Raw

A raw, plant-based café in the CBD serving meals free from gluten, dairy and refined sugar. Stop for lunch and find a mix of nutrient-dense delights inspired not only by Modern-Australian foods but also Middle-Eastern, Mexican and Thai.


Check out more vegan restaurants in Perth below.


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