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Vegetarian Restaurant in Belconnen

Pandy 26 September 2008 27

Hi all,

I am entertaining a couple of vegetarians next week and need to find a decent restaurant that does a good selection of vegetarian meals.

Needs to be in the Belconnen Town Centre.

Suggestions?


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sprintman sprintman 5:07 pm 03 Nov 08

Au Lac and Kingsland in Dickson have brilliant food. Au lac steamboat is something else and everything ridiculously cheap. New paneer wrap at Ruchi Belconnen a few weeks back was very good indeed. We eat meat/poultry but organic/biodynamic only. Regular stuff is gross!

astrojax astrojax 8:27 am 27 Sep 08

if you are serious about reducing methane emissions, then eat more veal! (oh, and kangaroo, of course…)

and i can’t second the call to go to ‘au lac’ – i found it grossly salty and couldn’t fathom why anyone imagines faux meat will appeal to vegetarians!

bring back bernadette’s, i say!

ant ant 12:17 am 27 Sep 08

Just splash out on a cabbage or something and save some money.

You can make your own paneer, it’s dead easy. and a good way to use up milk that’s thinking about going off. Just boil it up in a saucepan, and when it boils, put in a teaspoon or so of lemon juice (vinegar works too) and take it off the heat and let it cool. Then pour the lot through some fine gauze in a strainer, tie it up like a bag and suspend it overnight (I hang it from the tap). Paneer.

jessieduck jessieduck 7:45 pm 26 Sep 08

Mali Kofta- That’s the paneer cashew dish I couldn’t remember! Oh so good.

Vic Bitterman Vic Bitterman 7:39 pm 26 Sep 08

Try the “Meat Palace” in Weedon Close. Plenty of vegetarian alternatives in this restaurant.

peterh peterh 5:58 pm 26 Sep 08

josh said :

Did you know: cars are not cattle, and you don’t have to worry about methane from cars. So let’s eat cars!

Something more relevant: to each their own. Just because someone’s doing something you’re not (or don’t want to), who gives a damn?

(Standard disclaimer: I’m vegetarian. By choice. And I don’t really give a shit what you do)

or, lets slaughter all the cows, pigs, sheep, kangaroos and cook em up into the biggest bbq in the world!
no more methane from animals = no global impact…

josh josh 5:29 pm 26 Sep 08

Did you know: cars are not cattle, and you don’t have to worry about methane from cars. So let’s eat cars!

Something more relevant: to each their own. Just because someone’s doing something you’re not (or don’t want to), who gives a damn?

(Standard disclaimer: I’m vegetarian. By choice. And I don’t really give a shit what you do)

Danman Danman 5:21 pm 26 Sep 08

I bet you did not know that the majority of methane emitted by cows is through belching and not flatus.

Your googling it now aren’t you.

Ari Ari 4:24 pm 26 Sep 08

peterh said :

Ari said :

and the more cows you let live, the more methane production?

Yes, from them as well.

peterh peterh 4:18 pm 26 Sep 08

Ari said :

jessieduck said :

I eat vegetarian at least twice a week because reducing your meat intake is one of the most effective personal strategies for slowing global warming.

You do realise methane is a much more potent global warming gas than CO2?

and the more cows you let live, the more methane production?

jennybel75 jennybel75 4:08 pm 26 Sep 08

I call troll on Mr Aurelius.

Ari Ari 3:58 pm 26 Sep 08

jessieduck said :

I eat vegetarian at least twice a week because reducing your meat intake is one of the most effective personal strategies for slowing global warming.

You do realise methane is a much more potent global warming gas than CO2?

Aurelius Aurelius 3:47 pm 26 Sep 08

*rolls eyes*

toriness toriness 3:45 pm 26 Sep 08

aurelius, i’m sure there is some sort of food you don’t wish to eat because you don’t like the taste or texture, so you don’t eat it by choice. this is why i don’t eat meat or fish.

although there are several other equally legitimate reasons such as that proffered by jennybel or having an allergy (eg to shellfish) or a belief (religious or animal rights) system that excludes meat or fish. so to state the obvious, just because people are different to you doesn’t mean they should die on a mountainside.

peterh peterh 2:47 pm 26 Sep 08

eggplant and tomato sauce pasta bake for me tonight. not a trace of meat, even using vege stock.

breaks up the monotony of chicken, chicken, mince, mince. Steak is very rare…

jessieduck jessieduck 2:32 pm 26 Sep 08

I eat vegetarian at least twice a week because reducing your meat intake is one of the most effective personal strategies for slowing global warming. I like my meat but I can’t justify eating it all week.

Danman Danman 2:25 pm 26 Sep 08

I eat vegetarian fare because, like carnivorous fare, its tasty.

Aurelius, grow a set yourself and step out of your comfort zone.

Thumper Thumper 2:10 pm 26 Sep 08

I just don’t eat meat.

I find beer is a good substitute.

Aurelius Aurelius 1:55 pm 26 Sep 08

Jennybel,
Such people are disfunctional humans then and, according to the laws of Darwinism, should be left to die on a mountainside or something.

jennybel75 jennybel75 1:51 pm 26 Sep 08

Tell them to grow some balls and eat some meat!

You know Aurelius there are some people out there who lack the enzyme protease which is needed to break down protein. So, maybe these folks can’t eat meat rather than won’t.

Back on topic – Sanur’s Balinese in the new development along the lake might be worth a look.

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