Calling All Eaters – inclusive dining venue Yeah Boy opens in Windsor

Good vibes with tunes to match are on offer at the new Windsor locale, with thoughtful food for everybody. Geelong favourite Yeah Boy has joined Melbourne’s coveted Chapel Street Windsor Precinct, opening its doors last week. Known for its inclusive dining menu, Yeah Boy delivers a diverse range of dishes – from plant-based eats through to slow-cooked meats – there’s something for everybody.

With a philosophy to serve quality, nourishing dishes, Yeah Boy’s go-to items for diners looking to get their greens in include char-grilled broccoli with herbed tahini and a creative vegan take on san choy bao. Sitting as the most ordered dish on the menu is Yeah Boy’s Sexy Mexi Bowl, where each ingredient has been thought out to ensure they can stand alone – from the smoky chipotle corn to the jalapeño veganaise, and the charred pineapple salsa.

Yeah Boy joins Franchised Food Company, owners of Australia’s largest ice creamery and other Australian businesses. Stan Gordon, CEO of Franchised Food Company Group says he is excited to partner with Scott Mackay, current owner of Yeah Boy in Geelong: “I know we have a winner here. I travel a lot and Yeah Boy offers some of the best tasting food I have ever enjoyed. I believe everyone, from vegans to carnivores alike will be excited by the culinary offerings, as I was when I entered this venture”.

“We’re all about bringing the choice back to our guests and offering thoughtful food that doesn’t leave anyone out – we want each person that joins us in the restaurant, or who takes us home, to feel catered for and love their experience,” says Ange Ling, General Manager of Yeah Boy.

Wholesome food is at the core of Yeah Boy’s menu, however, their inclusivity extends to dishes that will hit the spot for those keen to enjoy comfort food to fulfil any cravings. Signature dishes include the moreish vegan Mac and 3 Cheese comprised of smoky cheddar, queso, mozzarella and topped with gremolata, cult-favourite Krispy Fried Cauli-Flower (KFC-F) served with jalapeños and house-made BBQ sauce, vegan watermelon sashimi and roasted walnut minced tostadas.

Yeah Boy’s inclusive approach means that meat eaters, vegetarians, vegans, pescatarians and everyone in between can approach the menu with the same goal in mind: to enjoy a delicious meal that suits their dietary preferences and lifestyle goals, without compromising on the vibes.

Diners wanting to enjoy a drink with their meal can look to Yeah Boy’s extensive cocktail list. Shaking up classics like the Espresso Martini and Pomegranate Margarita, cocktail lovers can also choose from a Macadamia Sour, Elderflower Gimlet and Probiotic Spritz.

As a nod to the birthplace of Yeah Boy, the drinks list includes a selection of beer, wine, seltzers and cider from Geelong and the Surf Coast. For those who are living a more sober curious lifestyle, Yeah Boy offers a range of non-alcoholic cocktails, alongside a selection of hot and cold drinks including kombucha, probiotic soda, matcha and turmeric lattes and, of course, coffee.

Setting up shop in Windsor, just off Chapel Street, Yeah Boy is ideally located for families and groups of friends alike to meet for dinner from across Melbourne. Keeping any and all dietary requirements in mind, Yeah Boy serves up thoughtful food that a whole party can tuck into and feel satisfied – a difficult feat that Yeah Boy has proudly mastered.

With concrete walls, moody lighting and a soundtrack of throwback tunes, Yeah Boy will be a welcomed addition to any Melburnian’s next night out. For more information or to book, please visit or on Instagram.

Yeah Boy
2 Duke St, Windsor VIC 3181
Opening hours:
  – Monday to Wednesday from 5:00pm
  – Thursday to Sunday from 11:30am

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