Lo­cal food: Our picks of some of the best vegie burg­ers in town

You don’t have to be veg­e­tar­ian to ap­pre­ci­ate a good vegie burger... here’s our pick of the most flavour­ful and sat­is­fy­ing op­tions go­ing round

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The Bris­bane Ho­tel

The Bris­bane Ho­tel knows how to do a se­ri­ously good vegie burger and with six on the menu, you know there will be some­thing to tickle your fancy. Try the Sham­burger (at just $10), an en­tirely ve­gan ham­burger but us­ing a tex­tured veg­etable pro­tein, onion, chilli and spices.

3 Bris­bane Street, Ho­bart

Burger Got Soul

This Sandy Bay main­stay has been serv­ing up the burger goods for years now and they cer­tainly have the vegie burger down pat. Pick from ei­ther the Mind, Body and Soul, the Rise ‘n’ Shine or the You Gotta Have Soul – priced from $14.50 – for de­li­cious in­no­va­tive flavours.

160 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay

Veg Bar

This new North Ho­bart plant-based eatery is do­ing things a lit­tle dif­fer­ently with their colour­ful burger of­fer­ings. Their clas­sic vegie burger (priced at $14.50) comes with a pink beet­root bun, black bean and beet­root pat­tie, let­tuce, tomato, red onion, house-made cheese sauce and sriracha aioli.

346 El­iz­a­beth St, North Ho­bart

The Burger Haus

Burger Haus is not one of those joints where they rely solely on meat– they’ve also put in ex­tra ef­fort in get­ting the vegie burg­ers just right. Get in and try the Sweet Potato Head ($13.50) for an all vegie ex­pe­ri­ence with a honey-brown mush­room for the pat­tie, roasted sweet potato, car­mamelised onion, rocket, and haus made ve­gan pesto. 364A El­iz­a­beth St, North Ho­bart

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