Sister of Soul, St Kilda (Melbourne)

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We first visited St Kilda during a long weekend trip to see the fairy penguins at St Kilda Pier. Despite experiencing less-than-ideal weather during our first trip, we managed to brighten our day by visiting a vegan restaurant called Sister of Soul. It turned out to be so good that, on my recent solo trip to Melbourne, I decided to come all the way to St Kilda again just to try it! Luckily, the weather was much more forgiving; the surrounding area turned out to be disarmingly beautiful on a sunny day.

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It was a bit strange visiting this restaurant alone as I was the only single table there (#foreveralone). I’d also recommend indoor seating as the outdoor seating tends to get swamped by pedestrians. That being said, the restaurant has an open atmosphere, great lighting and modern furniture.

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Udon Noodle Sister Stir-fry $18

I ordered the Udon Noodle Sister Stir-fry. This amazing bowl of stir-fried udon was presented with a colourful array of veggies topped with black sesame seeds and snow pea tendrils. The sriracha teriyaki sauce gave it quite a kick and the crispy soy nuggets worked perfectly with the fresh, crisp veggies and snow pea tendrils. The serving size was huge, too! Just the way I like it! All in all, a delicious and satisfying meal packed full of the good stuff.

If you’re in St Kilda and looking for a filling meal and/or a great place to hang out with your friends, visit Sister of Soul for some cruelty-free, wholesome goodness!

Cost: $18
Payment: Cash or card (no minimum)

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