Angelica Kitchen

Manhattan, New York City

3.4 / 26 votes

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Health vegan food in an earthy setting

A small, pleasant place to get some tasty vegan food, especially desserts. Many of the options are light, though there are always a variety of choices. The menu has several Japanese-esque items, as well as vegan takes on traditional American food.

Cash only.

Added by Dave Rolsky on Mar 5 03 (last updated Feb 5 10)

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Angelica’s Kitchen was the first Vegetarian restaurant I ever visited! This was in the late 1980s. I was amazed that one restaurant in this gigantic city, my hometown, served wholesome food. After all the home chef, me, needed a break! And what a wonderful, really pleasant surprise! They were no different than my home – they used cleaned water, good pots (not aluminum pots), and good quality food. Other restaurants should look at what healthy and sustainable restaurants are doing around the country. Regards and Warm Wishes from The Gal @

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I have had vegetarian lunches at Angelicas at least 8 times in the past six months. The food is unfailingly delicious, satisfying and healthy. There are daily specials in addition to an extensive menu. For lunch I like a cup of the soup of the day and a small salad of the day. Angelica's lists gluten-free choices. Angelica's is one of my favorite restaurants.
Angelicas also published a recipe book that can be purchased at the restaurant. It is out of print otherwise. I purchased a copy and have greatly enjoyed both reading the book and following the recipes which have been very successful.
While lunch is a little more expensive than other alternatives, I opt for organic and healthy food over cheap food. It is worth it to me. I would rather skip cheap, bad food. We all make choices.

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$$ - average

Cash Only


  • American
  • Japanese


  • (Mostly) Organic
  • Brunch


main image for Angelica Kitchen Chocolate Chip-Walnut Angelica Cornbread rustic, whole grain slice wheat free Miso Soup Sgt. Tempeh’s Lonely Hearts Club Band: Aromatic, grilled tempeh skewers accented with lemongrass, ginger, cumin & coriander; served with coconut infused brown jasmine rice, peanut satay dipping sauce & a refreshing julienne daikon-carrot-mint salad. Accompanied by broccoli; garnished with mixed lettuce.

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11:30am - 10:30pm

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