Koko Black launches first ever ‘vegan-friendly’ Easter collection

Favourite Easter eggs, bunnies and more, reimagined by Koko.  Australian artisan chocolatier Koko Black is set to release its first ever range of  ‘vegan-friendly’, plant-based products as part of their 2021 Easter Collection. With almost 500,000* Australians now adopting plant-based eating habits and the consumption of vegan-friendly products continuing to rise, Koko Black has curatedContinue reading “Koko Black launches first ever ‘vegan-friendly’ Easter collection”

Vegan Thali Nights return to Horn Please this summer

Back by popular demand, Fitzroy North favourite Horn Please is set to offer patrons its vegan thalis once again, featuring unlimited servings of plant-based Indian curries on Sunday evenings. Available from 5:30pm until late, guests will begin the experience with three Indian entrees – spinach pakora, papadam and Colonel Tso’s famous cauliflower – before starting on unlimitedContinue reading “Vegan Thali Nights return to Horn Please this summer”

Alibi Bar’s ‘meaty’ month-long World Vegan Day celebration

Alibi Bar is serving 100% plant-based Dirty Greens menu specials throughout November. Vegan Month at Alibi Bar & Kitchen returns this World Vegan Day (1 November 2020) in celebration of the flourishing plant-based industry. For the entire month of November, crowd favourites from Alibi Bar’s Dirty Greens menu will be available at special prices eachContinue reading “Alibi Bar’s ‘meaty’ month-long World Vegan Day celebration”

World Vegan Day offerings

This Sunday, 1 November, Melburnites can celebrate World Vegan Day with these plant-based food offerings: Tokyo TinaFor those that missed out on getting into a restaurant this weekend, Tokyo Tina invites you to enjoy a plant-based feast at home with its vegan banquet, available via Providoor. Featuring a selection of vegan dishes, the menu includesContinue reading “World Vegan Day offerings”