Organisation Category: Accommodation & Food Services
Handmade, healthy comfort food with no refined sugar, suitable for vegetarians and vegans, with gluten-free options. Food ranges from burgers and tacos to smoothies and baked cakes. Zero-food-waste eatery – sustainable restaurant with a purpose!
Come home to your new guilt-free obsession – Green Time. Where you can sink into the couch and eat deliciously handcrafted food from burgers and tacos to kumara cakes and homemade matcha almond milk.
Because we are all about unique and finger-licking good food that happens to be healthy, sustainable, vegetarian & vegan friendly, free from refined-sugar, and with gluten-free/ nut-free/ soy-free/ onion-free options.
So everyone can join in and save the planet, one delicious bite at a time.
Green Time is a zero-food-waste eatery that works with and supports other green businesses. From reducing food waste through a quality-over-quantity approach, composting and using biodegradable packaging, to sourcing local, spray-free ingredients as much as possible. Every decision has been considered with your health and the planet’s well-being in mind.
Because Planet Earth is getting warm, and your decision counts.
Every one of us can make a difference, when we choose to care. When we choose to support local, sustainable, ethical businesses.
Everyone who shares the message becomes an ambassador for change.
Green Time is a social space for people to connect over tasty food, start a conversation, and make great things happen.
Step inside Green Time at 28 Fort Street, for an experience that will leave an impression far beyond the meals you enjoy with us.
Are you ready to join us?
Green Time is a social enterprise that focuses on shifting consumption patterns towards a plant-based diet and raising awareness around the why – the importance and urgency of addressing climate change.
By sourcing our supplies locally and working with other green businesses as much as possible, and making healthy plant-based food both delicious and affordable, we want to challenge the norm, bring changes to the current food system, and empower people to make sustainable, ethical decisions.
Listing last updated 22/08/2017