Reviews written by Foxy
Registered on Dec 26 07
Very good baked goods, one of my top two favorite vegan places in town (just under Piece of Cake). The German chocolate cupcake is so good. Their coffeecake is great, too. I was never a coffeecake eater before. They have a retail place where you can go get food, baked and regular, during business hours. The vegan option is always good, soup is really good too. But oddly they serve a meat option, very strange for an all-vegan bakery. Otherwise, great food.
Food is amazing, tempeh fajitas, soft-serve, etc. Service sucks, varied between average to very hipster-rude. Worth it for the food. Live fudge is to die for!
Food is good, southern cuisine, but if you can't handle spice be warned, everything on the menu is very spicy, even the "meatball" sub. The drinks are good, but a little high. The place is beautiful inside, art, decor and employees are friendly.
Very good food, I've only been there for breakfast, but it's always great. Nice spot, nice decor and good food. I really like the tempeh scramble.
Very good bubble tea, flavors taste much better than the places that use the powder mixes. Bagels are made in-house and are decent, you can get Tofutti cream cheese and Tofurkey. Wireless internet.
Least favorite vegan pizza in town. Delicious dep dish crust. Soy cheese that melts like a hard plastic. They don't sautee veggies before putting them on pizza, so it creates a liquid lake on top, making the crust soggy. Too bad, the crust and sauce are good and the place is cheap.
Good vegan breakfast, only complaint is that their only vegan options are tofu scrambles. Sometimes you just want more, you know?
Best vegan breakfast in Portland. The vegan potatoes are a meal of their own and will blow anyone's mind. French toast with fruit, scrambles, etc, it's all wonderful. In a great spot, vintage diner in great condition. Get there early because it fills fast.
Second favorite breakfast spot in town. Place looks like a dive and has stale ciggarette smoke in the air, but the breakfast burrito and french toast are so amazing, it's worth it.
Super good food, owner and family are vegan. The portions are big and the food is fresh and tasty. Haven't had anything yet I didn't love, so anything on the menu is a good bet. Definitely try the BBQ steamed bun and the lemongrass "chicken".
Vegan options are okay. They soup is always good, but the corn cakes aren't so hot. The seem to get undercooked and the insides are gooey and batter-like. I love going there and price is right, but at the same time I end up feeling ill from the cakes.
Seems like a place that older vegetarians go to. It's got a 1960s kind of vibe, with stereotypical food. Looks like a Denny's or something inside. Vegan options are really limited and often what's on the menu isn't available. I've been there several times, but it's been disappointing each time and don't plan to go again. When you know the other spots in Portland, there's no need to go to a place that has no options for vegans, or not good ones.
Very good food, wholesome and tasty. Has that homecooked feel, but much more attention and effort than I care to put into my own meals, so I'll leave it to them. I've had some killer specials, I wish they would put on the menu permanently. Come on tempeh Caesar wrap!
Wanted to like them and have tried many times. Food is pretty bland and is made with processed stuff. The workers look miserable and are unfriendly and the owner acts really hostile if you try to make conversation- what ever happened to customer service? The only thing that's pretty decent is the breakfast buffet, but their hours have shortened so if you're an early eater, you have to wait until 10, a little later if you want the full spread, as it's not normally all up when they open. The prices are a little steep for what it is, but if you're downtown, it's an option if you're hungry.
Good, fast, tasty and cheap. What could be better?
I understand that when you're vegan if you haven't had a doughnut in a long time or if you're from out of town, anything will suffice. But seriously, these doughnuts are nasty and greasy. Hold out for Mighty O's in Seattle, now that's a real doughnut. Or eat a wonderful vegan baked good from Sweetpea or Black Sheep or Piece of Cake. Those are worth the calories.
This Wild Oats location has a veggie knot in the bakery, it's like a yeasted bread thing with vegan cheese, spices and veggies baked into it. Amazing! Try one (or 3) and try to convince other locations to make them, too!
One of the best restaurants in town, so delicious! Get the veggie kibbeh and vegan baklava! Their market makes shopping for specialty foods a snap. Love them!
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