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Organic Restaurants

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Published January 3rd 2011
The organic food movement has quickly gained momentum as many people taste the difference. Eating organically does not have to be limiting, as these Brisbane restaurants and grocers will attest to.

Mondo Organics (166 Hardgrave Road, West End) is a gourmet restaurant and cooking school. Mondo is Australia's first licensed, fully organic restaurant and specialises in European cuisine (think confit duck leg, heirloom tomato and risotto tart or a degustation menu featuring triple cream brie, slow braised venison and soufflé with vanilla ice cream). The cooking school program has a variety of courses teaching beginners how to source and work with organic ingredients – some examples include vegetarian, Moroccan and pastries and desserts.

For organic groceries, try Planet Matterz (684 Wynnum Road, Morningside), an organic grocery store with an onsite cafe. The store stocks organic meat, breads, groceries, health foods, baby goods and health care items all under one roof, while the cafe serves up light meals fresh from the kitchen. Planet Matterz is open seven days a week.

Loving Hut (2/1420 Logan Road) is a restaurant serving up organic vegan cuisine from Monday to Saturday. The menu features a range of meals, desserts, soups and salads, with meals in the $10.00 to $12.00 range. Monday nights see performances from live bands while Happy Hour starts on Tuesday afternoons after 3.00pm and involves a 10% on all items except cakes and frozen products.

Finally, patrons suffering from food allergies and intolerances should head to Threeworlds Organic Cafe (2558 Gold Coast Highway, Mermaid Beach). Their vegetarian, organic meals offer something for every taste and allergen, with vegan prepared meals (no dairy, eggs or honey) and wheat free pizza bases.

Organic food lovers can eat organic and still enjoy a wide variety of their favourite foods.
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Why? Because it tastes better
hi, going by google search/maps 'threetrees organic cafe' isn't there anymore,I've been to 'Mandala Organic Arts' which is at the same address & it was fantastic! an organic restaurant & cafe; an art gallery; a live music venue; a performance space; an education centre; a movie theatre; a permaculture garden; a community centre; a kids play space; & much more! :)
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