Responses to michelleg's Review

Respond to Review of Shangri-La Tea Room and Vegetarian Restaurant
by michelleg

Review: Overall impression? The food was pretty good but the atmosphere was akin to 'uppity' Boise and the Co-op. Slow service, though I think that is more in part due to the speed in the kitchen rather than our server. The overall vibe was unfriendly/unwelcoming. (Something like visiting a coffee bar for the first time and not knowing 'the lingo' while a huffy barista stares at you, waiting for your order. [I'm not saying our server was like this, I'm just trying to explain the vibe in the place.]) The vegan items are clearly marked (thank you!), there isn't much of a raw selection, and there are no vegan desserts (really?!?). Some of the prices are a little high for what you get. They are closed on Sunday; not a plus for M-F workers who run errands on Saturday and are looking for somewhere veg to eat.

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AngelaHappenstance
Posted by AngelaHappenstance on Wednesday, August 8, 2012
It is very strange that two people are commenting that there are no vegan deserts, when the Power Pudding is Completely Vegan, just check out the ingredients: Power Pudding: A nutrient dense power treat. Guilt free and delicious. A creamy blend of organic raw cacao, avocado,
raw coconut butter, maca, goji berries and dates. Served with blueberries and chopped walnuts. $6
BTW, this desert has been served at Shangri-La for years, in on the menu listed with the ingredients and is a Vegan Favorite of many of my friends. I hope your experience is better next time, be sure to read the ingredients, although they might have been Out of this Epic Vegan Desert the day that you were there! I get it every almost every time I'm there! http://www.shangri-latearoomandcafe.com/Menus/ShangriLaTeaRoomAndCafe.pdf
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