Time Out says
One of the first cafés to set up shop on Glebe Point Road, Badde Manors is now a veteran establishment and a local favourite with over 30 years of dining experience.
The interior conjures thoughts of a warm tavern, the perfect place to escape from the world. The vegetarian menu is the result of many years of fine tuning, bringing together tastes from Asia, North Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and the Mediterranean.
Stuffed mushrooms, tajine and the lentil and falafel burgers are among the highlights, while the impressive cake lists is something to be marvelled at. Dishes are prepared in-house daily and be sure to keep an eye on the ever-changing specials board.
In terms of drinks there’s coffee as well as loose leaf tea, organic juices, frappes and milkshakes.
The chefs make there are are also a number of nut-free, gluten-free and vegan options available, ensuring everyone is welcome and able to dine at Badde Manors.