Paradise Cafe is a family-owned and operated cafe in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, offering a wide selection of freshly baked and fresh vegan burger options.
The cafe has been running since 2010, with the majority of its food sold in the restaurant.
Its founder and chef, Jamie Wylie, was inspired by a trip he took to New Zealand, where he noticed the country’s farmers produce an abundance of organic, local food.
“I thought I’d try and replicate it in my own backyard,” he said.
With his son, Mark, and daughter-in-law, Sophie, the cafe has since grown to serve thousands of customers a day.
Paradise Cafe opened in 2008, and has since been praised by the Australian Medical Association for its high quality of food and the cafe’s vegan menu, which includes the Vegan Burgers.
According to the ABC, the average customer at Paradise cafe is a young adult with a health care requirement.
They are also keen on the cafe serving a range of healthy options, with a range-of-sides menu available for those on a strict vegan diet.
A gluten free menu is also available, as well as vegetarian and non-vegan options.
The cafe also has a range available for gluten free customers, as is the case with other cafe chains in the city.
While some vegan burgers are made with a meat or fish source, most of the cafe-style burgers are sold in a ‘meat and fish burger’ style.
This style is popular with those looking to indulge in vegan food on a gluten free diet, but is also good for those looking for a healthier alternative.
The café is owned by Mark Wylies, who started the business in 2010.
In addition to his father, Jamie also runs a catering business, and also owns the cafe.
He has said he wants to provide a place where people can come to relax, to eat and chat, with his family.
His mother-in.law, Kristina, also works as a manager at Paradise, while his sister, Claire, works as the cafe manager.
If you’re looking for more information on Paradise Cafe, visit the cafe website.