Loving Hut

Mt Gravatt

Vegans and vegetarians with or without children will find plenty to enjoy at The Loving Hut, a no frills vegan eatery in the middle of a 1960’s shopping strip at Mt Gravatt.

The Pan Asian menu, though restrained with flavour due to a lack of additives, is fresh and plentiful and borrows from south east Asia as well as a little from the West. Unsurprisingly tofu features heavily, in both entrees such as the light tofu puffs, a filling in the crispy beancurd pancakes and in the stirfry dishes. Non-tofu enthusiasts needn’t worry though – there are plenty of options such as the delicious crescent dumplings and fried rice dishes.

Look out for popular dishes such as Chick Pea Masala, Garlic Butter Cutlet, Crispy Chow Mein, Satay Nuggets and Rawsome Spaghetti. In addition there's salads, soups and Desserts such as vegan ice-cream, raw chocolate or berry cake

Best of all for those with young offspring in tow is the corner playhouse and mat with toys which has been thoughtfully provided.

Need to know - Loving Hut closes daily between 2.30pm and 5pm.

Nice to know - There's a small range of vegan grocery items for sale.

 

Loving Hut

2/1420 Logan Rd

Mt Gravatt

Brisbane

Opening Hours

31294118

Map

1420 Logan Rd, Mount Gravatt, Queensland

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