Where to find hemp on the menu!

December 03, 2019

Hemp Kitchen

It is the hippest new ingredient hitting the cafe scene around the world and now Australian chefs are jumping on board too! We believe hemp can enhance any dish and encourage you not to just take our word for it, but check out these cool eateries and try it for yourself! 

O Bar & Dining
Level 47 Australia Square, 264 George Street Sydney 2000
Looking for something special? Look no further than Sydney’s stunning O Bar & Dining. Head Chef Michael Moore has always been a huge hemp advocate and the menu at this stunning venue boasts inspired dishes like portuguese anchovies, grilled hemp seed flatbread and Hemp Quadretti, (hemp pasta filled with cashew spinach and pistachios, chickpea miso and puffed buckwheat).O Bar Dining
Image: @obardining


Sprout and Bean Cafe
1/163 Malop St, Geelong, Victoria 
This gorgeous little cafe in the heart of Geelong is serving up mouthwatering organic plant based meals.  Some of our favourite dishes include their moorish hemp banana bread, raw hemp balls and quinoa and seasonal spring greens hemp salad. Sprout & Bean are also keen believers in celebrating Hemp Day (Hump Day) and regularly create a new dish especially to get us over the middle of the week hump! Once you scoff all of these delicacies down, you can finish off with a hemp coffee. Perfection!
Sprout and Bean
Image: @sprout_and_bean_

Hemp Kitchen
1/173-177 Barkly St, St Kilda Victoria
In amidst the hustle and bustle of St Kilda’s busy eat streets you will find Hemp Kitchen, our favourite little Italian restaurant. A first for Australia, Hemp Kitchen offer an entirely hemp based gluten free menu, ‘higher living without the high’. The menu includes freshly baked hemp sourdough, pizza with a gluten-free hemp base and a range of hemp pasta’s (our favourite!). This is a not to miss whenever you’re next in Melbourne!
Hemp Kitchen
Image: @hempkitchen.au

Knick Knack Cafe 
187 Liverpool St, Sydney
This cheeky little cafe in Sydney could have been called Snick Snack really as it’s just fantastic at serving up delicious healthy takeaway meals and snacks. Pop into Knick Knack for their gluten-free quinoa, almond and hemp seed cookies, raw, vegan chocolate avocado hemp mousse and their famous hemp bliss balls! Your snacking self won’t be disappointed.
Knick Knack Cafe
Image: @knickknackcafe

Sodi Cafe 
149 Pakington St, Geelong West VIC 3218
Sodi Cafe put a twist on your standard brunch, they are also dog-friendly! Brunch & Pooch Pals, what more can one ask for? We recommend the Drew Barrymore smoothie. Packed with blueberries, bananas, cinnamon and hemp, your tastebuds will thank you! The beauty of Drew is that you can also choose to make it dairy-free with your own choice of preferred milk. Yummmm!
Sodi Cafe
Image: @sodicafe

 

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