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Arabic fusion cuisine with numerous labeled vegan options
All vegetarian items are marked on this innovative menu, and most appear to be vegan. Some dishes include a stuffed avocado salad, North African couscous, wild mushroom zahara, and a number of tofu dishes.
This restaurant also supports local produce, sustainable farming and organic ingredients.
on Feb 4 09
(last updated Feb 1 10)
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Most Recent Reviews
Although not a vegan restaurant, Saha has outstanding gourmet vegan food. I have trouble deciding whether it's as good as Millennium or better, and I've been to both places many times. Their Lebanese-Californian fusion cuisine is unique. My wife and I have tried the Wild Mushroom Pate, the Vegan Knaffe (baked puff pastry stuffed with vegan cheese and mushrooms), Vegetarian Bastilla, Saha Red Curry (butternut squash, tofu, mushroom), Maklouba (rice pilaf) and Yemeni Okra. Everything we've tried there has been delicious, and the vegan Bisbousa dessert with icecream was wonderful.
We had non-veg relatives from out of town meet us here since the yelp reviews made it sound amazing. It was a long time ago, so I don't remember the details, but I do remember all of us being remarkably underwhelmed. It was a nice room and I remember the menu being "interesting" but clearly, we didn't walk out saying "we gotta go back there." I'll try it again, but not when we're looking for a nice place to impress folks with.
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$$$ - expensive
- Middle Eastern/Persian
- Eclectic (Fusion)