Dining well in Sydney, Australia, part three

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Ashland Creek Press co-founder Midge Raymond is the author of the award-winning short story collection FORGETTING ENGLISH and a novel, MY LAST CONTINENT. Learn more at MidgeRaymond.com.

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When we needed to pick up some takeaway before a long hike from Sydney to Manly, we were thrilled to discover the all-vegan Iku Whole Food in downtown Sydney.

Iku Whole Food has several locations, and the one we went to was in the Westfield Mall on Pitt Street, upstairs in the food court.

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We were there early in the day and needed food that packed easily, so we didn’t try any of the delicious-looking soups or big salads on the menu.

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Instead, we got easy-to-travel-with wraps, which were wonderful — whole-wheat tortillas stuffed with brown rice, tofu, and veggies.

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We also got several raw desserts to go — the peanut butter and chocolate cookies were our favorites.

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It is so great to see a place like this — healthy, beautiful, and delicious vegan food — not only in general but especially in a shopping mall food court. Don’t miss this place for anything you need while traveling through Sydney.

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