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By Sarah Ward
October 26, 2020
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World Vegan Day Food Trail

From noodles and curries to pizzas, dumplings and sliders.
By Sarah Ward
October 26, 2020
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There's only one way to mark World Vegan Day, which falls on Sunday, November 1. Take all animal products off the menu, then start eating — whether you enjoy a plant-based diet every day, or you're doing so to specifically celebrate the occasion.

At Upstairs at Toombul, it's helping Brisbanites feast their way through vegetable-heavy dishes by hosting a vegan food trail. From 11am, eight of the northside precinct's eateries are getting in on the action, with dishes costing between $2–5 each.

At Jackpot Dining, you can tuck into deep-fried tofu, vegetable noodles and vegetable fried rice, all for $5 a pop. Over at Phat Elephant, it's green curry time, again for a crisp $5 note. Little Red Dumpling is doing vegan steamed dumplings, too, also for the same price. And if you need a snack of popcorn just because, it'll cost you $2 from BCC Cinemas.

At Hello Harry, you can choose between two kinds of sliders, nabbing two for $5. Dapple + Waver is doing vegan sliders as well, and for the same cost.

And if you'd prefer Italian, you can pick between a smoked beetroot pizza at Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq and a margherita pizzetta at Il Gancio. The latter is also whipping up polenta chips — and, yes, they cost $5 too.

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