I love katsu dishes and this tofu patty was beautifully and lightly crumbed whilst the coleslaw provided a healthy side with a different sort of crunch. I only wish the serving was slightly larger for $19.
I was a bit wary of ordering the Vietnamese salad at a non-Vietnamese restaurant but it turned out to be great. The tofu they used was soaked in some sweet flavour that provided the winning touch. Once again, I would have loved more tofu!
4. Falafel Souvlaki: Jimmy Grants @ Rue & Co, 80 Collins St, Melbourne CBD
Located with the popup stalls for Kong and St Ali at Rue and Co, Jimmy Grants is always a safe choice with its souvlakis.
3. Vietnamese Salad: Lentil As Anything looks delicious!
How much did you pay for it?
Also I agree about the felafel from jimmy grants, I had one last night and it was delicious. The slaw and homemade bread makes it one of the best felafels in melbourne (excluding felafel from King Johns, King St).
I disagree about the vegetarian laksa though, Chef Lagenda and Laksa King in Flemington do the best Laksa hand down.
If you're a vego into mock meat, try White Lotus for delicious chinese dishes made form vegies, tofu or soy/gluten meat.