Caribe Latin Kitchen
This is hands down the yummiest place to grab a vegan bite in Queenstown. Situated downtown under a beautiful tree and near colorful benches, this Cuban restaurant will entice you both with their Spanish tunes and the wafting smell of freshly cooked arepas. They’re impossible to miss when you’re walking down Ballarat Street. I recommend asking for a no-cheese (vegan) version of the vegetarian burrito or veggie tacos. You’ll enjoy it so much, I guarantee you’ll come back for seconds. Their menu
Get your wallets out! At Bespoke Kitchen, you’ll find fresh ingredients that will make you feel healthier after you finish your meal. It’s just a short walk up a hill from town. This place is perfect for tasty,
An Italian place with its own vegan menu always catches my eye. To be honest, the food did not blow my mind here, but it definitely satisfied that intense carb craving I feel regularly. The dishes I recommend are the
Healthy fast food should never be overlooked. If you’re looking for a fresh smoothie bowl, salad or wrap- Rehab is your place. They have all natural, locally-sourced ingredients, and they’re open 7 days a week. After you carb overload at Farelli’s, this is the place to be. Their menu
If you were a person that followed the razor phone and crocs fad, then Ferburger has a fan-train you do not want to miss. The line will miraculously always go out the door. Don’t be alarmed though, they are very used to a high volume of customers and deliver your burger quicker than you’d imagine. Just order, take a number, then get ready to fight your way to the counter to experience the burger everyone is talking about. To be honest, I don’t understand the hype. But they do have a vegan burger that you might as well try because it’s not half bad. I recommend the tempura tofu burger “Holier Than Thou” (but without coriander sauce, because- ewwww coriander). They also have a falafel burger if that bores you. Their menu
If you’re fed up with the never-ending lines at Fergburger, hop on over to Devil Burger which is less than a 5-minute walk away and just as good! (Some would even say better.) I recommend a vegan version of the “Fallen Angel” which comes topped with mouth-watering avocado. Their menu
Hikari Sushi Bar
Just a 10-minute drive from town, you’ll find a delicious little sushi bar often teeming with people. This is my favorite sushi restaurant in New Zealand because of their perfect tempura rolls, Inari, and avocado rolls. You’ll die of happiness! Address: 32 Grant Road, Frankton, Queenstown 9371, New Zealand.
This restaurant is strangely not very easy to find with a Google search. It wasn’t one of the places listed when you search for vegan restaurants in Queenstown, so it took a local experience to actually find it. Located in a cute house downtown, this bar-restaurant will entertain you from day to night. Try the “
Stop by the grocer to pick up some Whittaker’s dark chocolate and Ghana Peppermint bar. You’ll be wondering how this is vegan and how it’s so fucking good?