Reviews written by Emily Byram
Registered on Aug 5 09
You need to get the Vegan BBQ Boneless Spare Ribs, Steamed Veggie Dumplings, and Wonton Soup.
This place really disappointed me. My boyfriends and I were so excited about this place opening in New Haven. It is just so expensive for a small portion of food that isn't that great. I think there are way better vegan friendly places to eat in New Haven. Go to Miyas, right across the street.
I only went here once but I loved everything I ate. I got the split pea soup and the curried chicken. Both tasted great. The owners are such nice people too.
This is my boyfriend's and my favorite place to eat in CT. All of the vegetable rolls starts on page 13 of the menu, or maybe its 15. Tell the waiter/waitress that you are vegan and they'll take care of it. A few of the rolls have cheese in them, but they will make them without. Also, the ginger is soaked in honey, but they will cut you fresh ginger. The 'kiss the smiling piggy', 'killer squid' and 'foo man choo' are my favorite rolls there. But I have never been disappointed with any of the rolls there.
They also have sandwiches on whole wheat bread. The bread is made from the same dough as their pizza crusts, which makes the sandwiches tastes awesome. I always get the vegan chicken parmesan sandwich, its wonderful.