Sattva Yoga Café

West End

SATTVA YOGA CAFE HAS PERMANENTLY CLOSED.

Sattva Yoga Café is serving the most beautiful, vibrant and nourishing dishes to yoga fanatics in the heart of West End.

The café is located in the Australian School of Meditation and Yoga, creating the perfect spot for yogi’s to grab a nourishing bite to eat after class. There are a few tables inside, with the option to sit on rugs and cushions in the large yoga studio.

The menu is bursting with mostly vegan food that look almost too good to eat. Diners can pop by for a raw treat or two, there’s plenty to choose from including this raw snickers slice.

Or perhaps a vegan cupcake, with delectable flavours like rose and pistachio.

Naturally Sattva makes some tasty and not to mention epic bowls. Indulge in their snickers bowl for a boost of nutritious goodness and fresh flavours.

If you’re looking for something a little heartier, Sattva are cooking up some delicious lunch specials. One of them being a Sattva korma curry, made with tofu and a side of superfood salad.

Sattva is unique on the Brisbane café scene as it does not serve coffee, but rest assured you’ll be pleasantly surprised with how little you’ll need it once you’ve tried one of their concoctions, such as this rosewater pistachio latte.

Need to know – Nearby street parking is available, as well as a small onsite carpark.

Nice to know – As well as being a yoga and meditation studio, the school also has a massage station. Sattva means 'foods dear to those in the mode of goodness'.

By Zoe Kirby

321 Montague Road

West End

Opening hours

0404 499 593

Map

320 Montague Road

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