Respond to Review of Loving Hut - Pittsburgh
Review: I must say, the Loving Hut is a very welcome addition to the western side of Pittsburgh for my wife and I. We have lived here for the past three and a half years with little options for veggies, especially when it came to vegan options. We would nibble on things here and there, but never a dedicated vegan restaurant to call home, until now. We went for the first time tonight, and were both very impressed with the food. Everything we had was excellent. We had the jumbo drumsticks (made of mushrooms, soy ham and tofu), coconut tofu and the tangy orange soy chicken. The sauces were all very tasty and they know how to prepare their tofu properly. We also got the lemon grass chicken which was very very spicy. It was good, but if you are faint of heart when it comes to spicyness, be aware. My wife and I will definitely be going back. There is a ton of other food on the menu that looks very appetizing, along with shakes and desserts worth the try. Service was good, efficient and very friendly. Their prices are very reasonable. You get a lot of good food for a pretty low price. The only knock I'd have is location, not so much for where it is from my perspective, but where it is to generate business. If it wasn't for happy cow we wouldn't have known it was there (and we drive past there all the time). It's on a hill on a road where most people are passing by, with very little (if any) foot traffic (from Stuebensville Pike towards Settlers Ridge). It's fine for veggies who know it's there, but with a lack of other businesses in their proximity it may hurt them from a business perspective (I hope I'm wrong). If you find yourself anywhere in the West Hills area of Pittsburgh, this place is definitely worth going to. As far as I know, it's the only vegetarian restaurant in this area, so I hope word spreads and that they can be successful.