Andy's Pure Food Vegan Cafe

Westchester County, New York

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I love this place, and try to visit as often as I can. The fresh juices are exceptional, although expensive. They are creatively put together, (wheat grass, apple, and goji berry juice?) and are enough to help get over any cold or cough.

The food is always great, on the spicy side. I am always satisfied, and the presentation is wonderful. I love their Veggie Burgers, which are made from ground Quinoa and vegetables. Their fava beans in tomato sauce is great, too. There are always fresh cooked and raw vegetables. No cheese or animal products are used anywhere in this little shop. You can eat there, at small little tables and people watch.

The people are friendly and will customize your order if you ask.


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This place is amazing! The food looks so alive, vibrant and colorful. The first time I went in I just had to stop for a minute to appreciate the presentation. It is visually appealing. Everything is always very fresh and delicious. The food is prepared raw or lightly steamed to maintain the essential nutrients. There is a wonderful variety of prepared hot and cold items to choose from as well as soups, salads, smoothies, juices and even desserts.

Andy's sells gluten-free cookies and breads, wheat-free muffins and other healthful snack choices. There is no processed sugar and no white flour used. The staff is friendly and helpful and the atmosphere is simple, airy, bright and calming.

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The food here is decent but pretty overpriced. They have a selection of sandwiches, salads, smoothies and juices, most of which seem to be vegan (the menu specifically stated that the sandwiches were made with vegan cheese, but I couldn't tell with some of the salads). The restaurant also advertises making cheese and chocolate fondue (presumably not vegan) and has a variety of vegan and non-vegan baked goods, vegan truffles and assorted gift baskets.

On a recent visit, I ended up ordering a vegan American cheese and sun dried tomato sandwich, which was good but not terribly filling. I didn't see any drinks on the menu other than the juices and smoothies so I ended up ordering a banana smoothie. Unfortunately, my sandwich-and-smoothie lunch ended up costing me almost $20!

On the plus side, the people working at the cafe were really friendly and helpful. Also, the vegan cupcakes are only $2.50 and they're really good.

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