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Had a very enjoyable meal here several weeks ago. I highly recommend the North African Cous Cous. Very delicately prepared and delicious.


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I really want to like Seva. I've been there several times and for a while I kept thinking that I just hadn't tried the right dish. I always leave disappointed wondering why I didn't go to Blue Nile instead. I don't know how they can get so many dishes so very wrong and still be thriving. The juice bar is great which is why I don't give it one star.

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I've never been terribly impressed with the vegan options at Seva. As the first reviewer commented, the dishes tend to be fairly bland and typical vegan fare (lots of earthy-sounding menu items that come with sprouts). The dairy-free desserts are usually made with whole wheat flour (or are wheat-free) so they tend to be very dense and a little too healthy tasting for my preferences. That said, I still go to Seva every time I'm in Ann Arbor. I've learned just to stick with the Thai vegetables in peanut sauce for my entree and the really delicious juice offerings.


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this place(seva) is different from most of the latin/ alternative restaurants that i've been too. i wished they have something like this in san francisco or washington. i love the yam fries and the asian sandwiches.


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Typical vegetarian/vegan food. The food was kind of bland with no real flair to the meals, but the fresh juices were amazing, especially the honeydew melon juice. The service was nothing to die for either.

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