Sadhana Kitchen, Sydney’s first organic, vegan, raw, wholefoods cafe have opened their second store footsteps from Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach.
Set to become popular amongst locals and visitors alike, it took Sadhana Kitchen Founder and Director, Maz Valcorza two years to find the ideal beach-side location. “We always knew there was a demand for our food here in the Eastern Suburbs,” says Maz. “We had a lot of customers from the Bondi area travelling to our flagship store in Enmore and telling us how much of a hassle it was. Now we can service the inner west and the east as well.”
Their menu is packed full of Sadhana favorite’s including the pitaya bowl of dragon fruit blended with frozen strawberries and banana, Sadhana’s original blend granola (featuring buckwheat, goji berries, cacao nibs and shredded coconut) and their “Cheezeburger” made with a nut-free vegan patty (also known as “Neatloaf”) and topped with homemade vegan cheddar cheeze.
“I want to make vegan food more accessible. Sadhana Kitchen exists to make organic, plant-based wholefoods and raw food accessible to everyone, no matter your background. By making these foods and services available, I hope that people will cultivate a mindful connection to what they are putting into their bodies. I want them to have the knowledge, and experience to make kinder, healthier, and more ethical choices for themselves, and our world.” said Valcorza.
“We wanted the least amount of refinement to our dishes. We work hard to make sure that everything we serve is still hearty, familiar and indulgent. I don’t want people to feel like they’re just going out for a salad,” says Valcorza.
“When people leave here, they’re going to feel full.”
132 Warners Ave,
Bondi Beach, NSW 2026
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