1. A bowl of vegan bibimbap with a fork and cold-pressed green juice.
  2. Bowl of green goddess risotto with a fork.
    Guy Evans
  3. Bowl of rice, vegetables and falafel with a fork, spoon and glass bottle of cold-pressed beet juice.
  • Restaurants | Vegan
  • Docklands

Home Vegan Bar

This bright and welcoming vegan eatery boasts a rainbow of cold-pressed juices, housemade salads with vegan wine on tap

Lauren Dinse

Time Out says

Head up Collins Street toward the Docklands and you'll eventually stumble across Vegan Home Bar. From the outset, the unassuming eatery may seem like just another lunch spot catering for the corporate crowd. But step inside and you'll soon discover a wonderland of rainbow-hued juices, snacks and plant-based bowls.

There's even vegan wine on tap, should a lunchtime tipple take your fancy. With tubular glass bottles of almond nut mylks and charcoal-infused mystery juice lining the fridges, there's no doubt this is the sort of place you'd find Gwyneth Paltrow. But you'd be mistaken if you wrote Home Vegan Bar off as another fad chaser. The kitchen here makes almost everything in-house, from the daily curry specials and salads to some very addictive kimchi – we'd eat it with everything if we could. 

It all makes for a rollicking good vegan feed and the menu is as diverse as it is plentiful. The bar kicks off at breakfast with a globally inspired array of dishes: shakshuka, acai and a vegan benny enlivened with jalapeno-pineapple salsa. The lunch selection continues to keep it interesting, but beware: at noon, it gets as busy as you'd imagine. After all, it's not that easy to find a proper, wholesome lunch in the CBD.

Try a vegan bibimbap bowl with spicy roast tofu or a green goddess risotto next time you're in town. Home will make you feel right at – well, home! 

Pining for more plant-based fare? Check out our list of Melbourne's best vegan restaurants. Or how about some other healthy lunches in the CBD?


Shop 4/699 Collins St
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