Monday, May 9, 2011

Kind Living Cafe, Maleny

Recently we went for a short holiday in Maleny. One of the reasons we picked that as a destination was because of the opening of a Raw Vegan restaurant, "Kind Living Cafe".

OMG it was good!!! Popular, it always seemed a bit like Dr Who's Tardis, with just enough room to fit another two or three people in. People were happy to share the larger tables with other groups, and everyone smiled at each other and were very happy - not one cranky face in the place!

Possibly the food had something to do with that.

We were the last to leave and took this photo then - we should have taken it when we got there to show all the people enjoying themselves! My suggestion, get there early as they get busy. The first day I missed out on chocolate cake because we got there so late! Oh the humanity! (I got it the second day, and it was worth waiting for!)

Raw tart with figs and - stuff. YUM!

Raw Chocolate Cherry cake. As good as it looks!

This is my new favourite food. Kelp noodles with nut cheese sauce.

Zoe's pick was the Zuchinii noodles.

The peacan pie was delicious!

The "small" cafe salad

This was Zoe's favourite desert. It was a Raw Vegan tart with dates and coconut

I had the Kale salad, which was very refreshing!

I also had a cappuccino made with soy milk - it was so good! (oh haha!)

I give this restaurant 10 out of 10 for freshness, 10 out of 10 for originality, 10 out of 10 for taste! They keep their prices down to a level that means anyone can enjoy their food.

At the moment they are only open for lunch. Hopefully they will soon be open for dinner too! Although, thinking about it, maybe it's good that they aren't. You can have too much of a good thing!


  1. Hi Eliza,

    Just wondering if I could use your photo of Kind Living Cafe and the Zucchini Pasta dish in the Living Raw e-newsletter going out this week. Have quoted your thoughts on the cafe and given you a link-back. Would be most appreciative!

    Kate Quinn
    Living Raw Magazine

  2. It's fine with me Kate, and I'm sure that the Kind Living Cafe would appreciate it as well :)