The Leafy Greens Café
Self-sustainability, organic and home-grown are some of the words that come to mind when one thinks of Leafy Greens in Muldersdrift. The café is hidden behind lush green ivy and tall fir and oak trees on the premises of one of Mogale’s most popular wedding venues. The eatery grows its own food and concentrates solely on healthy vegan dishes . Aim for the buffet – it’s the best we’ve ever had.
The Greenside Café
From vegan hot chocolate to ancient Argentinian drinks the Greenside Café boasts it all. This venue serves some of the best vegan pizza in town. We suggest you swing by and grab a Mexican pizza and maybe a vegan milkshake to finish it off with. Book in advance as the café is very popular among those who care where their food comes from.
If Conscious 108 was a political party we’d vote for them in a heartbeat. Just around the corner from the Greenside Café, Conscious 108 sets itself apart by specialising in breakfast and lunch. The eatery was born out of kindness – not only to its customers but also to the environment and our furry friends. Zero animal products. That’s what it’s all about.
Situated in Pine Park, which is pretty much Victory Park, Elemental Café is not quite vegan but does serve vegan food. Do your taste buds a favour and go check them out. Elemental prides itself in its friendly service and amazing selection of vegan goodness.
A stone’s throw away from Melrose Arch, Free Food is an initiative which strives to prepare and sell dishes that are healthy and cruelty free. Zero animal products and no gluten in sight, Free Food has pulled off something a lot of restaurants have tried but fallen short of doing. All produce is sourced and certified to be top notch – both in taste and no burden on the conscience whatsoever.