Reviews written by blackbean
Registered on May 8 09
This is a nice all-vegan noodle place in Capitol Hill. You get a lot of choice (noodles, weather you want tofu or fake meat) not to mention all the different dishes available. The restaurant itself is small, the food is good, and you get free dessert. I really liked the Vietnamese spring rolls.
Wonderful vegan pizza. You get to choose whatever toppings you want, and pizzas come in two sizes - the 14" is gluten-free. The soy cheese is great, the crust is nice and thin. The only problem is it can be unexpectedly closed, so I'd suggest calling before you go.
I've been here once, and was impressed. A lot of variety in vegan sushi which was tasty.
Lots of vegan options, including dolmas, cupcakes, pizza, and muffins. The cupcakes were too sweet for me, but the pizza (pesto with vegetables) was good.
I can't speak for the coffee, but the pastries available are really good, and the atmosphere is pretty fun - like Seattle in its grunge days.
Sutra has a set menu that changes often. The meal is four courses with dessert, and food is usually vegan, although you should mention it when you reserve to make sure. Definitely a different restaurant experience since everyone eats the same thing and starts eating at the same time following a little speech by the chef about. The food is gourmet, surprising but pleasant. It's on the pricey side.
Features a separate vegan menu. Tilth has a a very nice atmosphere, classy but not stuffy or uncomfortable, and great service. The food is sophisticated, some of the items were really good but others not quite. You can get half portions of entrees so that you can order appetizers. Pricey.
Cool atmosphere, with red booths for seating, but I don't love the food. The biscuits were mushy, but the blueberry pancakes are good. Definitely a home-style restaurant with huge portions. Avoid the juice unless you like the kind from a box.