Posted by The Events Editorial Team
07. Apr, 2012
|May 30, 2012|
Looking for an affordable meat free dish on a Wednesday evening? Look no further than the Phoenix Public House’s Vege-turntables – a night of vegetarian/vegan friendly cooking and music.
Dishes range from menu $4 to $16.50, with stuff like fresh baba ghanoush, house vegetable tagine served on yellow vermicelli rice and eggplant salad and cabbage rolls filled with rice, chickpeas and tomato. Yum.
WHEN: Wednesdays, kitchen opens from 6.00pm
WHERE: Phoenix Public House, 133 Sydney Rd, Brunswick VIC
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