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Rare Hare

Restaurants, Vegetarian Merricks North
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Time Out says

Going regional for a day trip is standard these days, but being stranded outside of the city usually means having to starve if you’re not a meat eater. Rare Hare is not be a vegetarian restaurant, but options are plentiful and are not menu afterthoughts. Graze on the freshest crudités served alongside a chunky macadamia skordalia, slice into fudgy lengths of charcoal eggplant smothered in sweet, red miso or dive into a whole roasted sweet potato lathered in a wattleseed butter, offset by accents of fried, salty capers while staring out over the expansive, picturesque Willow Creek vineyard. It will be a meal worth leaving the city for.

By: Jess Ho

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Address: 166 Balnarring Rd
Merricks North
Melbourne
3926
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Opening hours: Sun-Thu 11am-5pm; Fri-Sat 11am-9pm

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