Everything is peachy at Sisterhood Café! This is one of Hobart’s must-go to cafes and it’s perfect for vegans (plus, they use Lauds Plant-Based Cheese!). Be sure to come by on an empty tummy, as there are so many options to choose from, plus there is an all-day brunch menu. We sat down with Head Chef Josh, enjoying delicious food and chatting all about Sisterhood.
They have created a space for the community to celebrate great food and friendships. With a buzzing atmosphere, greenery and a friendly team of staff it’s the perfect meeting place to catch up with a friend for a coffee or to enjoy brunch with your friends. And dogs don’t miss out either, with a dog friendly area out back, treat your furry friend to a house made dog biscuit or puppycino. The perfect place to relax and enjoy great food with all kinds. It was beautiful to hear that there is a local who comes into Sisterhood EVERYDAY to enjoy a meal.
Once you find a park along the colonial streets of Sandy Bay, enjoy the slow walk up to Sisterhood, saying hello to the neighbourhood dogs on your way! With the café being on a main residential street, you’ll feel as though you have walked into your neighbours home! As soon as you walk through the door think Melbourne café and boho vibes.
Sisterhood is very flexible for vegans. Some dishes can easily be made vegan and they will work with you and adapt the menu if they can. They are also happy to cater for dietary needs too- just have a chat with the friendly team.
Here’s what we had:
Lily chose these vegan options:
- Tomato & Kasundi Jaffle: this was slightly spicey, tomatoey and bursting with Lauds oat melt cheesiness.
- Avocado Toast (asked for this to be made vegan): this was fresh on flavour, so moreish, and the Lauds Almond and Cashew Persian Fetta goes so well with the creaminess of the avocado- the grapes added a flavour explosion. A summer dish that can be enjoyed all year round.
- Beach Vibes Smoothie– felt as though we were sitting on the beach somewhere tropical, rather than in chilly Hobart!
Anita chose these vegetarian and dairy-free options:
- Baked Eggs (asked for this to be made dairy-free): this had a delicious tomato and smokey flavour, and the creaminess of the Lauds Almond and Cashew Persian Fetta complemented the dish so perfectly.
- Bee’s Knees: think spiced banana chai
Sisterhood places a big emphasis on community. They have made a conscious effort to support local producers as much as they can. So why do they use Lauds? First because it’s Tasmanian, and that we are a well known and trusted brand in the state- thank you Sisterhood. Head Chef Josh loves how the oat melt, especially, lends itself so well in dishes and that it has a great flavour.
So what’s coming up next for Sisterhood? ‘Sustainability is key at the moment because with the growing prices of everything we need stability and sustainability. We want to impart on to the customers a sense of continuance. I am excited to see, in regards to plant-based foods, more accessibility in products’.
So do yourself a favour and head on down to Sisterhood!
Want to know more? Click here to visit their website.