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Features some vegan options such as seitan sandwiches
Has an emphasis on baked goods such as scones and muffins. Usually has at least one vegan baked option, such as a carrot muffin. Every day they also have vegan sandwich options with veganaise and mockmeats. Also has vegan soups.
The upper level has an area with toys and games for children.
on Mar 24 09
(last updated Aug 16 09)
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Most Recent Reviews
Vegan options have increased a bit since the previous reviews. They now have a tofu scramble on the menu, and there was one vegan item in the bakery case. The tofu in the "scramble" isn't actually scrambled, but cubed. For the seitan hash they recommended subbing fried vegetables for the eggs rather than tofu. The food is good, but basic: greasy and relatively unseasoned, similar to the Seward Cafe in Minneapolis. The baked item we got was a delicious lemon cream. Atmosphere is cozy and convivial. Good breakfast option!
I've enjoyed the seitan hash a few times for breakfast. They always offer to sub some grilled veg. for the eggs. Unfortunately, last time I was there, I ordered the hash "vegan", and the guy asked if it was okay that there is honey in the marinade. I don't know if they recently changed it, but I've always said I was vegan and no one had ever mentioned that to me. I've never been there for lunch, so maybe there are some options there, but besides concocting your own order, the seitan hash is really the only option for breakfast, besides their few vegan scones.
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$ - inexpensive