As you would have seen so far we ventured into Brisbane City CBD on the Friday Public Holiday for the G20 Summit.
Because we went on the train into the city it would of been too much to take food in for us and the kids so we knew we would have to buy something.
We had decided to go into the Myer Centre in the Queen Street Mall as the have a quite big food hall with a big variety of different foods.
Resigned to the fact we may just have to buy sandwiches for the kids or a burger and chips or similar it was a pleasant surprise to find a vegetarian food cafe in the food court.
I have to admit I am not a full vegetarian but we have pretty much vegetarian main meals everyday of the week with maybe a bit of fish every now and then.
Above this is two of the three plates we ordered.
They had samples available for you to try before you buy so this was great especially to gauge if the kids would like the food.
You could mix the plates too, they have a lot of different salads and dishes in their display so you can have half of one and half of another.
This above was a mix of the Mediterranean Salad and the Feta, Beetroot and Pumpkin Salad.
So the plate was filled with tomato, beetroot, feta cheese, avocado, pumpkin, capsicum, red onion and various types of lettuce.
Very light on the stomach, tasty and easy to eat.
Next up is a split plate of food with Moroccan Quinoa on one side and the Pesto Chick Pea dish on the other side.
Again great different vegetarian flavours but light to eat and very tasty.
Lastly was the vegetarian kofta, very tasty too and a nice little last addition to the lunch time meal.
The sauce on the kofta was very thick and full of flavour too so it didn’t take too long for these to be demolished.
The name of this place where we got our vegetarian food in Brisbane City is called Vege Rama.
I’m sure there is many vegetarian food places in and around Brisbane City but for the ease of getting the food, the cost and also the quality you couldn’t beat them today for a healthy meal in the city.
I’m not sure how busy this area of the Myer Centre food court is during normal weekdays but it was easy to get a seat for us and the kids and enjoy the meal.
Lastly, make sure you have cash as they don’t have an EFTPOS machine, there is plenty of money machines around the centre though so that shouldn’t be a big issue.
So that covers the food on this G20 Brisbane City outing, next for us it was to head out of the Myer Centre and walk up the Queen Street Mall towards the Victoria Bridge where the main entrance to the G20 Precinct was.
Here is the next lot of pictures from the G20, Treasury Casino G20.
Or you can go back to the start of my G20 pictures here, G20 Brisbane Summit.