Respond to Review of Loving Hut
Review: We've been here already a couple of times, we even drive 60 kilometers just to eat there! (Also because there are no vegan restaurants where we live.) It's a very small place, but so far we always had seats except for one saturday when it was very crowded. They have a regular menu and variable specials. The food is always very tasty, but the portions could be a bit bigger. Especially for good eaters like us ;-) Main courses cost around 14 euros. Our personal favourites on the menu are 'Kung Bao'(rice with stir-fryed vegetables, cashews and tofu) and the stir-fryed noodles with vegetables and vegan strips. The soup is always tasty as well and they have delicious homemade chocolate chip cookies and other desserts. I noticed that they recently changed their basmati rice to wholegrain rice, which I like. The only thing we aren't so eager about, is the fact that nearly all of their starters are fried (which is not so healthy), and some of the things in their main dishes too. They sell some vegan cheese and vegan cat/dog food in the restaurant. The waitress is a very friendly girl.