Respond to Review of CLOSED: VegiTerranean
Review: I'm curious about fake meat, and I like it, but at a vegetarian restaurant, I would expect that at least one entree out of five would not feature fake meat. Are they saying that they're really just trying to recreate a carnivore experience? That in order to merit entree status (the highlight of a menu), a dish needs to contain meat? Try adding a stir-firy, or feature root vegetables somehow. I went for a fake-meat-less pasta dish that was good. Having said that, the fake meat dishes I tried were all very good. The carrot cake did not taste like carrots at all; it tasted like spice cake (boo). But the key lime napolean was excellent. Atmosphere very hip, service was good. I'll admit my prejudice toward vegan food--unmerited enthusiasm. Sometimes politics and evangelism cloud the palette. VegiTerranean overcomes that, and delivers great tasting food.