Thursday, 1 May 2008

one world cuisine, kardinya

I heard of One World Cuisine some time ago when it first opened, but we didn't have a chance to visit until last weekend. I'd heard it was a cafe, and there might be vegan cakes involved, but it's clearly undergone a rebranding or change of purpose since then.

one world cuisine

The door advertises complimentary meals, and inside is a small buffet of noodles and rice and Chinese curries, and like Annalakshmi, one pays by donation. An overhead projector played movies about climate change and vegetarianism and suprememastertv, and I was mildly skeptical, but the food was tasty and it was a fun trip South of the river.

The lack of vegan cakes was a disappointment, though.

One World Cuisine
Kardinya Park Shopping Centre
South Street

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's a shame that they go to all this trouble to serve such wonderful yummy food but...cook in tap water.
Tap water has fluoride in it amongst other dreadful substances. When you boil tap water you double the dose of Sodium Fluoride content.
Hopefully, someone will mention to them to cook with Rain water, Distilled water or Reverse Osmosis.
only these 3 processes remove the Fluoride out of our tap water.
The human body only digests Calcium Fluoride, not Sodium Fluoride a by-product of Aluminum.