Newtown's Lentil as Anything upsizes to new address

Newtown's Lentil as Anything upsizes to new address
Newtown's Lentil as Anything upsizes to new address

Not for profit vegetarian eatery Lentil as Anything have expanded to a new Sydney address – 391 King Street, Newtown.

The unusual paying method sees patrons give what they think the food is worth, or what they can afford, as a donation – rather than having set costs – known as the “honesty policy”.

“We would like to let you all know that Lentils Sydney is moving to our own premises this coming Monday, July 28th,” the company recently announced. “Very excited to have a place to call our own, and still right in the heart of the inner west.”

The restaurant seems to be doing well despite facing hefty competition on the other end of vegetarian-friendly King Street, with popular Green Gourmet, Basils Pizza and Green Palace up the road.

After opening their first Sydney store further up the road at 531 King Street in April this year, the switch in venue brings them closer to highly trafficked Newtown Station.

Their tagline is ‘Food, Culture, Community’ and they have been operating for approximately 13 years.

Originally established in St Kilda in 2000, the chain offers hospitality experience to people in need. It was founded by former Sri Lankan refugee Shanaka Fernando.

They are currently fitting out the store and shared the news with their Facebook fans using the picture below.

Newtown's Lentil as Anything upsizes to new address

Image courtesy of Facebook. 

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke

Jennifer Duke was a property writer at Property Observer

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