Reviews written by deacon
Registered on Jun 21 06
the atmosphere is most friendly- peaceful. food is just as nice, and they make sure to spell out what's not vegan. always a wonderful place to visit. their philosophy is in sync with mine.
bite is cool, hang out spot- attached to a bar. their school book menu covers are different- its a chill place- food has never been bad- i continue to go back. no fancy- no stress, people won't stare at my tattoos.
handle bar is a cool place, sides are really nice, not big on vegan dessert tho'- i just wish they were opening earlier- bbq seitan and greens! price is good too. i've always had left overs.
i've eatin ' here maybe about 6/7 times- they have a nice berry infused wine, and i love the tofu eggless salad. i'm not too keen on the corn bread and the desserts remind me of soul veg, but not as cheap. the potatoes au gratin is new for vegan tho' - they are pretty good. i would not recommend the deep fried cauliflower- way too salty!
i can't believe this isn't in your top restaurants- the food is great, they have breakfast too, they are open late night, i always get the same server- but he is cool- pick me up should get way more credit
rajun cajun , one of my favorite eats in hyde park- just ask them what's vegan, 'cause they like to put cheese in the veggie dishes. i recommend the cabbage(sambharo ) and the cauliflower(gobi mutter) and the eggplant(alu bengan )- hell all the vegan stuff is damn good, but some a little more spicy that others- i can't really say i'm feeling the parotha tho'- its dry- i never get the veggie dinner.
ahh - soul veg. my best advice, order ahead of time- see if you can snag one of the few to go menus and call ahead. i go back because i don't have to worry about being vegan here- all vegan, all the time- and i know some people who bust their ass to make the food good, not timely, just real good- expect to have some conversation ready, unless you get a dinner- most of the time i get take out. newest great thing on the menu- jerk tofu wrap.
sultan's has changed a lot from its grocery type atmosphere- now they have mostly salad bar- and the menu of course- the price is right- the lentils and rice are great and so is the spicy vegan falafel, how could you go wrong for 3 bucks? i remember when this guys was selling falafel's out of a cart on the street- one of wicker's better cheap eats