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Upscale yet casual sister restaurant of L'Etoile that features local, organic, seasonal produce and labeled vegan options
The menu denotes which dishes are vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, soy free, and dairy free, as well as which dishes can be modified to fit any of those categories.
on Jun 11 12
(last updated Jan 14 13)
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I went to brunch here and ordered the tofu scramble. The menu they give you at the restaurant doesn't have the useful notation that their online menu does, so be sure to look before you go. Also, when I asked to double-check that the dish was vegan, the waiter informed me that the marinade for the tofu contains honey, so be sure to inquire if you care about this. I am sending them a note suggesting that they eliminate honey from their dishes marked vegan.
As for the food, it was presented nicely, with a lovely salad. The tofu itself was passable, it's sort of asian style. The place is quite pricey, so give it a shot only if you're willing to pay a premium for location and atmosphere.
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$$ - average
- Eclectic (Fusion)
- (Mostly) Organic
- Large Group-Friendly
- Outdoor Seating