Share the Valentine's Day love | New year, new drinks
Love is in the air
Valentine's Day at Bodhi means sharing the love and sharing a feast. Celebrate with your loved one on 14 February under the fig trees, surrounded by candlelight with a delicious Bodhi feast.
Our three-course set menu ($65 per person) is designed to share. Enjoy a selection of a la carte dishes followed by a shared trio of desserts, including our Japanese yuzu cheesecake (pictured), which is sure to sweeten up your night.
Taste our Love is in the Air cocktail for an extra $10, featuring Pampelle shaken with fresh pink grapefruit juice, muddled with lime and garnished with fresh mint.
The full Valentine's Day menu is available on our website.
Bodhi loves: Sans Beast
All-Australian, all-vegan, and all-luxe - we are loving Sans Beast's range of bags designed by the former creative director at Mimco, Cathryn Wills.
Our favourite is the Noir Croco Brief Liaison Tote in black. The full range is available here.
The Bodhi drinks menu has been refreshed with a carefully crafted list of cocktails, wines and mocktails. We source the best organic herbs, fruits and juices and vegan-friendly spirits, liqueurs, apertifs and digestifs.
One of our favourites is the Life of Pi cocktail (pictured); Spytail ginger rum shaken with maraschino liquor, fresh orange juice, fresh pineapple juice and bespoke lemongrass syrup.
Bodhi in the media
Bodhi has been under Leigh’s management for 18 years now and there have been some monumental changes, in both the restaurant and the industry. Veganism went from being a fringe ideology to a widely accepted lifestyle. Leigh says eight years ago 85 per cent of her customers were vegan, now it's 50-50.
Over the years Leigh modernised the menu, introducing dishes such as grilled pumpkin curry with crisp kale; faux-meat sliders; and chickpea-battered cauliflower with roasted peanuts, pickled apple and a tomato and carrot sauce. These sit alongside signature dishes of sweet-and-sour chicken and the vegan faux Peking duck pancakes.
Leigh also introduced alcohol, which was an extremely controversial decision within the family and the community as it is anti-Taoist.
Read the full piece by Bodhi's Heaven Leigh in Broadsheet Sydney here.
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Lunch (yum cha)
Monday to Friday 11am - 3pm
Saturday to Sunday 11am - 4pm
Dinner (a la carte)
Tuesday to Sunday 5pm - 10pm