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Japanese cafe with vegan options
A less formal Japanese restaurant with many vegetarian options. Vegetarian items are clearly marked on the normal menu. You can get soups with vegetarian broth, and their tempura is egg-free, and their gyoza are vegan. The salad dressing contains honey. The menu contains some items that you won't find at other Twin Cities Japanese places, like tempura battered rice balls. They also have a large selection of teas.
Their Tuesday dinner special, the yaki soba stir-fry, is not vegetarian or vegan and cannot be modified (it contains fish sauce).
on Jul 30 03
(last updated Sep 19 10)
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Most Recent Reviews
A cute little Japanese restaurant with pleasant waitstaff. In my opinion, this place is overrated. The unique vegan items were good, such as the special veggie sushis. However, the usual Japanese dishes that can be found at most other restaurants were good but not outstanding and were much more expensive than at other places. Overall, a fun place to try but not really worth the wait to be seated and the extra cost for standard items.
this place was given five out of five stars by both my boyfriend and myself and is pretty much the first place my boyfriend had vegan sushi that he really liked.
i had the vegan sushi lunch and he had the vegetable tempura lunch. my sushi was artfully presented and his tempura was very tasty and also presented very well. we also got two courses (a shitake soup and a japanese salad) beforehand and we really appreciated that. the service took a while but we were in no hurry.
we finished off our lunch with some daifuku, which was also very good, though kind of spendy. this place is great for a really nice lunch or dinner. we were glad to have finally experienced this place. it's honestly some of the best sushi i've personally ever had.
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