I visited Sister of Soul some months ago but never blogged about it because I hadn’t taken photos (I was without my camera because I ate there before a concert at the Palais Theatre). This week I was able to go back for another meal and naturally, here I am to tell you about it 🙂
Sister of Soul provide vegetarian and vegan food, as well as some raw and gluten free meals. There are also options for people who don’t eat garlic or onion. The breakfast menu looks pretty fab!
I enjoyed my meal last time (the Rasavangy eggplant curry, $17.50) but my personal rule is that I never order the same meal twice when there’s the rest of the menu to explore. I was with Arthur so we ordered the rice balls with satay sauce ($9.50) which were really good. Arthur unfortunately dropped half a rice ball down his sleeve and despite taking his jacket off, we couldn’t find it. It wasn’t on the floor or seat either. That happened to me once with a dumpling and I later found it inside my boot:
Arthur ordered the potato fries ($8.00). I would say I’m pretty fussy about chips, I mean when you get rank chips it hurts. These were really good chips, seasoned with rosemary and sea salt.
For my main, I ordered the vegan option of the Big Burrito ($17.00), though it seemed that the vegan option was just removing the cheese. The filling was red quinoa, spinach, beans and finely chopped veggies served with a salad, salsa and guacamole. I find it hard to resist a burrito with healthy ingredients and I quite enjoyed this:
If I’m in St. Kilda again I’m very happy to go back and work my way through the vegan menu items. Service was fast and friendly and our food came out all at once (which suits me fine!). We were there around 3:15pm or so, and it wasn’t that busy though it was very busy when I went for dinner.
Sister Of Soul
73 Ackland Street, St. Kilda