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Nourishing Quarter
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Today 6:00 am – 9:30 pm
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315 Cleveland St Redfern NSW 2016
315 Cleveland StreetAUNew South WalesRedfern2016
(02) 8399 0888bnourished.com.au
RestaurantToday 6:00 am – 9:30 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 6:00 am – 9:30 pmWednesday 6:00 am – 9:30 pmThursday 6:00 am – 9:30 pmFriday 6:00 am – 9:30 pmSaturday 6:00 am – 9:30 pmSunday Closed
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Vietnamese vegan food served in a compact space with exposed-brick walls and kitsch decor.- Google
"I particular love their crisp tofu noodle salad."
"It was sad because I was looking forward to supporting a vegan restaurant."
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Michelle Vianna
2 months ago
All dishes I have tried here were delicious. I particular love their crisp tofu noodle salad. It is orgasmic! I can't give 5 starts only because they have only 2 seating times what make difficult for a spontaneous visit and the place is a bit small. On the other hand the decor is cool and quirky. I have been coming here for few years now. Love it.
Betina Naiman
8 months ago
pretty awful. we were a table of 5 people and booked for an 8.10pm sitting (odd time, i know!) and arrived starving but open minded. we were grated by a great haired, pock marked waitress who looked like she didn't have enough strength to carry our dishes - reinforcing all my stereotypes of vegans! we struggled to make heads or tails of the menu (hard to tell the difference between the three rolls all of which have quinoa, some form of mint and chia!) and settled on the banquet. by the time the starters arrived we were really starving and gobbled them down. not bad.... but not particularly memorable either. then we had a 45 minute wait till the next course! we were absolutely starving and when we finally chased down the gray haired waitress she informed us that the were short handed because they weren't expecting so many people (um... we did have a booking.. and by the way your restaurant only has 6 tables!!!!). when the curry and salad mains finally came, the curry was bland and the salad tasty, but we were so hungry we were fighting over the lettuce garnish as well and the small coin sized serving of quinoa was hardly enough to fill our stomachs. $40 later we walked out still hungry and disappointed.... i think I'll be scratching this one of as an experience never to be repeated!
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Vivian Xie
a year ago
Lots of salads, dumplings and noodles with the highlight ingredient being their deliciously addictive bean curd sheets. The menu is completely vegetarian and vegan and their Pho noodle soup is outstanding. Each day they have different desserts, I had the mango cheesecake which was made using coconut cream/milk and tofu? the slices are huge so I would recommend sharing between 2-3 people.
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Nick Macrae
2 years ago
Vegetarian Vietnamese for the most part and very affordable, this place is a throwback to how I imagine it would have been in the 1920's - quaint and a bit cool. The rice paper rolls were fresh and delicious, and the lemongrass tofu was the best tofu dish I've ever had. On the other hand, the indian style curry wasn't that great. The service was friendly, fast, and the food came out really quickly. All round really enjoyed and will be going back again.
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Elizabeth Toriola
7 months ago
I just went here for dinner, and I will never be back. Firstly, there was a 20 minute wait between my friend's main coming out and my one. Secondly, my $26 noodle salad was absolutely inedible. It was so incredibly salty that when my friend tried some, it actually made her mouth burn. It tasted as though you marinated the tofu in a whole bottle of thick, congealed soy sauce and then tossed the rest all though the dish. When I asked the waitress why the dish was so salty, she asked the kitchen and came back with, "Sorry, they accidentally put in too much of one sauce." That was it. I would have expected you to either replace the dish, offer it for free, discount it or provide a meal voucher. It was pretty poor of you to serve up an inedible dish due to your own error and still expect to get paid for it. It was sad because I was looking forward to supporting a vegan restaurant. However, after that shocking meal and even worse customer service, I will definitely not be recommending your business.
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Andrew Millward
a year ago
This place is really quirky and cute. Even as a meat eater I found the vegan food impressively delicious! I had dumplings, Indian curry, noodles and cheesecake (yes, vegan cheesecake!) and they were all amazing. The place works really well for a date or large group.
Benny D
11 months ago
This place is cosy like a visit to Grandma's. Warm and inviting. The food is really fresh, light and healthy. I am a carnivore and I still really enjoyed it.
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Darn Small
a year ago
Brilliant restaurant. I'm not vegetarian or vegan...but I wouldn't have really noticed if I wasn't told. The food, atmosphere, service all brilliant and just down the road from +Vasco, makes it a perfect combo