The Hungry Herbivore

A few weeks ago we got to live on the “wild side” or rather quench the thirst and hunger of the herbivore inside us 🙂

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Our daughter being pescatarian, was the only one excited about our visit,if I am being completely honest. My husband being a fully fledge meat lover not so much. I am proud to say both my husband and I were won over instantly.

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 The décor, the friendly service and the freshest dishes you will be hard pressed to find. 

We started off with Ginger Shots and some Cold Pressed Juice.

Just what the doctor ordered. 

We decided on the following; Avo Toast Deluxe, a Breakfast Wrap & Hash Browns and the Organic Nachos & Guac.

 

Who knew Nachos could taste so good without the tons of melted cheese, a much healthier option.

 Everything was superb; we would all gladly have those dishes and anything else they have on offer again and again.

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Lastly we had the Raw Vegan Cupcakes – Carrot & Choc flavours, it was good, maybe a step too healthy for my husband and I,but our daughter loved it.

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 All in all, we certainly more open-minded to try out Vegan and Vegetarian Eateries all thanks to The Hungry Herbivore 🙂

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 Restaurant Info:

The Hungry Herbivore

11 Orphan Street,

Cape Town,

8000

Tel : 021 422 0347

Email: info@thehungryherbivore.com.

Opening Hours: 12:00 – 22:00 | Monday – Saturday

Kitchen closes 30min before closing time

 Written for JAR PHOTOGRAPHY by Rene Mesias-Petersen

Photography for JAR PHOTOGRAPHY by Jason “Dubbz” Petersen

 

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