We wandered in to Collingwood to check out a photography showing in which I was particularly interested, then out again and in to the Crumpler store on Smith Street. Resisting temptation, we stumbled out again and popped in to Las Vegan Nirvana Bakery, just down the road and fetchingly kitted out with stars and toys and a picket fence.
We had been alerted in advance in regards to Las Vegan's erratic opening hours, so we made sure we knew where Trippy Taco was located before seeking Las Vegan out. However to our delight it was open, and we found ourselves positively spoilt for choice, an entire menu completely vegan! The novelty is fabulous, an entire menu where we can eat everything.
We sat outside on the footpath, and drank chai and fresh orange juice. I tried the kidney bean calzone, which had a slight bite to it, but just enough to delight. I would definitely eat it again. D's tofu and tempeh wrap was kind of like a gado gado attempting to escape a thin layer of lavash bread, the tempeh was a bit of whatever but the tofu was quite delicious.
We ended up quite full, so we picked up a piece of citrus coconut cake for later consumption (breakfast the next day, as it turned out), and were super excited to find the total incredibly awesomely cheap (at least by our standards; we're from Perth, where food is expensive).
las vegan nirvana bakery
22 Smith St