Lentil as Anything, St Kilda Melbourne

Melbourne April 28th, 2008

Eating with a conscience, ethical eating, or eating to improve your karma - all this is possible at Lentil as Anything which is a vegan restaurant in St Kilda, Melbourne where you decide how much the meal was worth.

Lentil as Anything is non for profit and as mentioned, vegan so that means no animal products.

The website says Lentil has ‘provided unique training and educational opportunities for marginalised people who are struggling to find a place in mainstream institutions. Currently, it provides a place forover a hundred new migrants, refugees, people with disabilities and long-term unemployed to build confidence, gain skills and receive assistance with access to legal, health, housing and education services.’

Lentil as Anything
41 Blessington street (corner Acland st & Barkley st)
open hours: 7days, 12-10pm every day
Tel: 9534- 5833
Website: www.lentilasanything.com


You can dine inside our out at Lentil as Anything


The sign inside: We rely on your generosity


One of the vegan meals - potatoes, peas, roti (front right) with brown rice and yoghurt


My meal - potato, beans, a slice of a massive zucchini, roti bread, yoghurt and brown rice


The kitchen which is in the middle of the small dining area.

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One Response to “Lentil as Anything, St Kilda Melbourne”

  1. shannon Says:

    whos the owner/inventor of lentil as anything??

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