Responses to grahamcracker's Review

Respond to Review of CLOSED: Goji Cafe
by grahamcracker

Review: I'm so sorry, I am a vegan and I strongly support all things/businesses that are vegan friendly. But I must have gone to a different restaurant than the reviewers below...but, it was simply awful! There was one glass noodle dish that I enjoyed, and the tea was really good...but the rest of it was terrible! They do have a good selection, but seriously, with other AMAZING vegan restaurants in the dallas area, I just wouldn't waste your time on this place. My boyfriend and I went there for our anniversary dinner--in the name of trying new places---and we headed out after 15 minutes, and went to our favorite Indian restaurant instead. And, we were the only people in the whole restaurant. So...I don't know...I'm am very regretful to say that my experience was not stellar at all...or any where near decent.


Posted by TexasVegan on Friday, September 12, 2008
What are the AMAZING vegan restaurants in the area?
Posted by circuitbrain on Friday, February 22, 2013
Sorry to hear about your less-than-stellar experience. I am a regular and love the place. They have some great new stuff like veggie burgers and Vietnamese noodles, which are both definitely worth a try. Aside from the dishes they put out (lasagna, black bean noodles, stir-fry, tofu-every-which-way, etc), if you are creative (or enlist the help of the owner, who is everywhere doing almost everything), you can come up with some great-tasting combinations using the individual elements in the buffet line. The sauces help a lot as well. They now have curry+potatoes, but that's about it in terms of Indian food. It's mostly Korean/Asian fare. In fact, in my visits there, I've seen Indian couples stay to eat while others do a quick U-turn when they find nothing familiar to them. It's all a matter of preference.
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