All you can eat :
Om Vegetarian has been featured on the following sites:
NOW OPEN - 546 COLLINS STREET (Om Southern Cross)
Corner of Kings Street and Collins Street
Serving delicious A la carte items such as:
Special Thaali with the curry of the day
Makki Roti and Saag
Aloo and Gobi Parantha Special
Our mission involves sharing love, inner peace and a vegetarian lifestyle.
The Melbourne restaurants CBD were established by the husband and wife couple Suraj and Meena who reflected upon the rising costs of living within Melbourne, especially within the city.
With this in mind, the couple set off to establish an Indian Melbourne restaurant accessible for all students, families and office workers. With divine blessings and hard work, they established their first restaurant tucked away on level 1, 28 Elizabeth Street, in the heart of the city.
The inspiring response received from customers and staff alike had been tremendous, and the restaurant was published as an up and comer in many cheap eat guides as the best value meal offered in all of Melbourne!
With this great response, in May 2012, the Om Vegetarian team set up it's second venue on the corner of Swanston and Collins Street. This restaurant located in the ground floor arcade across from City Square has also become a lunch and dinner hotspot for locals and tourists alike.
In June 2014, Om Vegetarian opened in 113 Swanston Street, within the Capitol Arcade. This restaurant specialises in special a la carte cuisine including South Indian specialities such as Masala Dosa as well as the punjabi favourite - Makki Roti and Saag.
In September 2015, Om Vegetarian opened near Southern Cross Station, at 546 Collins Street within the MacPherson's building.
Om Vegetarian's Goal is to provide people with wholesome, delicious and affordable Melbourne dining, and to promote the benefits of being Vegetarian and living in a sustainable environment.
Moreover, we prove to so many people how delicious vegetarian food can be!
Om Vegetarian has been reviewed on the following websites and blog posts:
Urbanspoon - Om Vegetarian Review
Yelp - Om Vegetarian Review
Milk Bar Mag - Om Vegetarian Review
Trip Advisor - Om Vegetarian Review
Edible Posts - Om Vegetarian Review