Inn Season Cafe

Detroit, Michigan


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What a gem! All of their food is prepared without the use of animal products (unless otherwise noted on the menu) and uses local, in season organic vegetables.

It was nice to see ingredients listed on the large and varied menu. For a started, I ordered the cafe salad - a nice mesclun greens, marinated onion, grape tomato and cucumber salad with my choice from their 6 vegan salad dressings. The salad filled a dinner plate, but wasn't entree size and could be shared. For the main course, I chose a harvest squash risotto with squash, kale, leeks, onions, roasted garlic, red peppers topped with daiya cheese. The dish was delicious and again massive (in hindsight, 2 people unless starving could probably split a salad and entree and maybe have room for dessert.) Also try the chai which is a house specialty made with soymilk and is fragrant and delicious.

The space is small (the biggest table would be a squeeze for 6) and packed. The walls have interesting art and the waitstaff is friendly. Expect to pay $9-18 for an entree, $5-8 for a salad.

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I'm new to the review world, but I just reviewed my new favorite Veg bakery in MI and I thought I'd better hop over and give a bit of love to my old staple. As some folks said, sometime the wait is a tad long, but that's to be expected at such a beloved and small place. My hubby and I eat here at least twice a month and can always count on a good service and a nice meal. We've never been disappointed...not a once and neither will you! -Michelle Danielson

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A vegetarian/vegan oasis in the middle of Detroit.
I considered it a duty to patronize them when
I found myself in Michigan and was very glad I did.

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The best veg restaurant I've found in Michigan. I have always been pleased with whatever I have ordered here. The specials are great! Just remember to save room for desert. It is often busy and we've had to wait to be seated on occasion. This isn't a complaint, just an observation. I just wish it was closer to us!

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The Inn Season is a must every time I go to Royal Oak. I've tried just about every vegan dish on the menu. Some of the daily specials are usually vegan, too, which adds a little variety to the experience. No matter how full we are when we dine there we always have to get dessert anyway! If you know someone who insists vegetarian and vegan fare is plain, flavorless or "too weird", take them here and you will change their mind. This is upscale food in a casual setting. Prices average 7-10 dollars per plate and desserts are about $5 each.

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