Eat & Drink

Your hit list for vegan dining across the Coast

Vegan dining started out as a fairly niche business, but over the years, the movement has absolutely exploded as more people change their lifestyles to suit their health and ethical beliefs.

To help you scope out the best vegan eats on the Central Coast, we’ve pulled together a guide on some of the places we love to visit that have lots of quality vegan options. Do you think we’ve missed somewhere? Email us!

Bowlarama Bowls

Bowlarama Bowls are 100% plant-based and made from the freshest, high-quality ingredients. You don’t have to worry about scanning the menu or checking the fine print, it’s all safe for vegans.
Where: 11-13 Cochrone St, Kincumber South | 5/328 The Entrance Rd, Long Jetty

Burnt Honey Bakery

With locations in Copacabana and Long Jetty, Burnt Honey Bakery has a small offering of vegan treats worth driving for.
Where: 1/224 Del Monte Pl, Copacabana | 298 The Entrance Rd, Long Jetty

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Daily Dough Co.

For the gluten-free or vegan eaters out there, you can enjoy the deliciousness of Daily Dough Co. with some of its range.
Where: 141 Alison Rd, Wyong

Gnostic Mana Cafe

Using only the freshest ingredients, Gnostic Mana Cafe in Woy Woy has vegan diners sorted with dishes like the Vegan Turkish Roll, Vegan Stack, and Vegan Big Breakfast.
Where: 31 The Boulevarde, Woy Woy

Jasmine Greens Park Kiosk

Whilst called a kiosk, this place couldn’t be further from your typical fast food style kiosk. Everything here is lovingly prepared and comes with a delicious vegan offering.
Where: Sydney Ave, Umina Beach


Komuniti in Long Jetty is a yoga studio and a cafe, so you can take a class to unwind before tucking into a vegan Nasi Goreng, Mushroom Bruschetta, or vegan Brekky Bowl.
Where: 310A The Entrance Rd, Long Jetty

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Little Miss Mezza

Since arriving on the Central Coast, Little Miss Mezza has received nothing but rave reviews and with their extensive vegan and vegetarian options, it truly is a venue for all.
Where: Shop 3 & 4/299 Brisbane Water Dr, West Gosford

Los Dos Hombres

This classic Mexican joint has a whole dedicated vegan menu with vegan versions of Mexican classics like burritos, nachos, enchiladas, quesadillas, and even vegan mud cake!
Where: 147/3 Victoria Ave, The Entrance

Motel Mezza

Inspired by traditional Lebanese cuisine, the menu at Motel Mezza is focused on mezze platters and banquets. Think dips, flatbreads, small bites, and plenty of Lebanese grilled vegetables. Almost a third of the menu here is completely plant-based.
Where: 98 Pacific Hwy, Wyong

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Osteria il Coccia

Whilst not quite vegan, this one deserves a special mention. If you’re up for some vegetarian fine dining, Osteria il Coccia is one to tick off your list. The set menu is seasonal, fresh, innovative, and made with a lot of love.
Where: 49 The Esplanade, Ettalong Beach

Pinocchio’s Wine & Pizza Bar

If you’re after perfect Italian food with a beautifully matched wine or cocktail, you need to get ordering or book a coveted seat at Pinocchio’s Wine & Pizza Bar. The restaurant has had a strong focus on plant-based vegan food since opening.
Where: 32 William St, Gosford

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Teta’s Gourmet Lebanese Kitchen

You’ll find this little gem tucked into the back of the busy Terrigal loop, behind the Crowne Plaza Terrigal Pacific. The hero of the restaurant is the food and you won’t find a better authentic Lebanese menu on the coast.
Where: 2/12 Kurrawyba Ave, Terrigal

The Secret Cafe

The Secret Cafe in Charmhaven has a collection of vegan and vegetarian breakfast and lunch options including the Vegan Breakfast Stack, Vegan Bliss Bowl, the Mush Love, and Falafel Wrap.
Where: 170 Pacific Hwy, Charmhaven

Three Donkeys Wholefood Cafe

With a homewares store located over in Long Jetty, its Wholefood Cafe in Wamberal is open daily for breakfast and lunch.
Where: 15/6 Ghersi Ave, Wamberal

Do you think we’ve missed somewhere? Email us!