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I love this kind of vegan restaurant. It's completely lacking in pretension, the staff is eager to please and the food is fresh, well prepared and sticks to your ribs. I had the portabello mushroom salad which had some kind of magical herby cashew ricotta sprinkled throughout. My partner was pretty blown away by her tacos which were filled with mash potato, spinach and more portabella mushroom.

We also had the kale tostadas. They were fairly pleasing, but the kale was sort of uninspiring. I'm also not a fan of the vegan parmesan, which tends to be more strongly scented than it tastes. But this was only a slight blemish on a great meal. Two thumbs!

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The food is pretty good but nothing special. I'm also annoyed that they seem to have just stolen recipes from Atlas Cafe (2nd Ave @ 4th St. in Manhattan). Also, since they carry Vegan Treats instead of making their own desserts (like every other vegan restaurant in NYC), there's really nothing that makes them stand out.


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The V-Spot is 100% Vegan, a great addition to the neighborhood. I enjoyed it... I had a salad, the fried 'chicken' empanandas, and a veggie burrito. The salad was mediocre, the empanandas were delish, and the veggie burrito was very good. The menu has a nice variety. The atmosphere is casual and cool, seems to be pretty popular. Not on the level of Caravan or Candle Cafe in Manhattan, but it's good...


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I enjoyed the best burrito of my life at the V-Spot the other day. It's one of the few "nice" vegan restaurants I've been to thus far. The chocolate cake there is possibly the best I've ever eaten also.

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