Reviews written by Ryan Leitch
Registered on Sep 30 09
As an omnivore I've eaten at Azia many times. I've found their food to be tasty and the service to be very good. I've eaten here once since becoming Vegan and while the menu is not particularly forthcoming, the waitstaff was more than willing to help us order dishes that were appropriate. The food was very good and the waitress was so wonderful we actually sent a thank you card to the restaurant.
Kedar summed it up perfectly so theres not much more to say but I want to reiterate how great the frosting was, light and delicious and not so sweet that you cant tolerate more than a bite. A great new gem for that neighborhood!
I'm giving Camdi an "excellent" rating for two reasons: Vegan cream cheese wontons and the man I presume to be the owner since he's the only waiter I ever encounter.
The cream cheese wontons aren't spectacular, but they are tasty and the novelty of being able to order them more than makes up for the fact that I could probably make them better at home. They have a seperate Vegan menu which makes ordering SUPER easy. The Vegan egg rolls are delicious and the "waitstaff" is so friendly.
I cant seem to walk out of this store without spending a hundred bucks- its like Target for Vegans! The space is super cute, the staff are helpful, and they serve great tea. This is the perfect place to find that special, unique, and (most importantly) compassionate gift for your loved ones, or just to treat yourself. Go there. Now.
Food and service at Evergreen are outstanding. Whenever I'm thinking about going out for a meal, evergreen is usually my first choice!
I've been to Hard Times a handful of times. I make better tofu scramble at home and get bored really quick with the abrasiveness of the people that work there. I don't know if gruffness is something that appeals to most folks but I'm paying you and supporting your business. There is no reason for you to be rude ALL THE TIME. I don't think I've ever encountered a single friendly person there. If you hate people so much, which I can relate to, perhaps you should find another line of work. That said- the Vegan biscuits and gravy are well worth all the sass.
Namaste was an okay place to eat. The portions seemed small in comparison to the price but the food was good and the waitress was very nice. They were out of like every wine I tried to order though.
Three words - Vegan White Russian.
The only thing annoying about TR is that unless you're wearing something black, studded, and have dreads- you are not hip enough to be there. The waitstaff will never make you feel that way though, which is nice.
Food is very good and reasonably priced. Their tofu scramble kicks Hard Times' tofu scramble's ass.
There needs to be a rating beyond excellent for this place. We took a $30 cab ride off the strip to this restaurant and a $30 cab ride back and it was TOTALLY worth it. What's more, they deliver to the strip for about $20! We ate there several times and everything was amazing and so fresh. Everything on their menu can be made Vegan, with almost every kind of faux meat and they even have their own recipe for soy cheese which is delicious! Dessert is a must- I even had some overnighted when we got home to MN because the treats were soooooo good. Do not bother gamble with any other restaurant in Las Vegas, just go straight here.