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100% vegan fast-casual restaurant
Ethos Vegan Kitchen is a fully vegan fast-casual restaurant featuring hearty, homestyle fare.
Menu selections are 100% vegan and include light bites, soups, salads, sandwiches, pizza, and main dishes. Ethos also features a small selection of vegan beer and wine, and vegan bakery items made from scratch on-site daily. On Sundays, a special brunch-only menu replaces the normal menu.
The format is a counter-service/table-service hybrid - guests place their order at the service counter, receive a number placard, and then await delivery of their order at the table of choice. Both indoor and outdoor seating are available.
Ethos Vegan Kitchen
on Feb 11 08
(last updated Aug 15 12)
Mark this place closed (permanently).
Most Recent Reviews
We were in town for a week from Colorado for my sister’s heart surgery, and came across Ethos the first day. Except for trying Orlando’s several other (also very good) vegan/vegetarian places for lunches, we came back to Ethos every single night for dinner. My wife is a former vegan chef/caterer, and we both agreed that this is one of the best vegan restaurants (of any kind, really) in which we’ve both eaten: without exaggeration, every single entre was utterly delicious, the vegetables and sides were superb (they have nothing fried, and after one bite, you don’t miss it one bit), and the sauces simply amazing (the remoulade was indescribably wonderful). Add a great, helpful and attentive wait staff, a remarkably good $4 house wine (and some terrific local beers), and why would anyone even think to eat anyplace else? We didn’t and perhaps you shouldn’t. Not if you want some of the best (yes, all vegan) food you may find anywhere. It did our appetites good, but also our vegan hearts.
My wife and I ate here seven times on a recent visit to Orlando. I loved almost everything we tried, especially the milkshakes, the sheep's pie, and the sausage roll appetizer. The tofu scramble I had for breakfast on our last visit was probably the best tofu scramble I've ever had.
I only had a few minor complaints. I would prefer Daiya as the vegan cheese on pizzas and in calzones. Whatever they're using doesn't melt all that well, and I didn't love the flavor. I'd also like to see a little more variety in desserts. Their cake was good, but it was a little plain (topped with powdered sugar instead of icing).
That said, I'd definitely go back here again (many times), and I highly recommend a visit (or seven) if you're in Orlando.
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$$ - average
- (Mostly) Organic
- Large Group-Friendly
- Outdoor Seating