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Respond to Review of Garden Grille Cafe
by Krutolow

Review: See the full review at Marty's Vegetarian Review; www.martysnycveggiereview.blogspot.com I love these "who would have thunk?" places and Pawtucket definitely falls into that category. I "Happy Cowed", well, actually I use Vegout on my iPhone, but this place came up and their website has a picture of some amazing looking soups so it was either that or trying some veggies at a sub shop. It's great when we are at a place for a few hours and the place where we park has a crew car for us. Landmark at North Central did and the service was great. Unfortunately sometimes we can't buy gas or order any services to support that business but they do get a ramp fee and I'm happy to spend the company's money that way. Off we went through the backroads of Northern Providence. I drove by the place at first. Then the other way I saw the address on a sign in a strip mall and turned in. A beautiful place yet functional, bar and booths and tables. And the amazing thing? All filled. All busy. Folks, this place is in a strip mall sandwiched in between a Pizza joint and a chinese restaurant, (and another eatery) and this was the place, according to Natalie our waitress, usually has a line out of the door. What you can't see is that every seat in the booths along the right side was filled and every seat in the window behind me and along the wall to the left was filled. I love apps and I really enjoy sharing food which sometimes, on the road, depending on who your with, isn't viable. We're sitting at the table (in our uniforms), and Natalie suggested we share some entrees and although we did end up doing that my answer to her, with a smile of course was, "Uhm, we're not married you know." Some guys are funny that way. I couldn't care less. The more tastes of different stuff the better. Anyway, back to the apps. If you don't want to eat this picture there's something seriously wrong with you. That is a salted bowl of Edamame and I got the Chipotle Glazed Seitan with the Wasabi Dipping sauce. This reminded me more of an Asian dish than Mexican spiced but it was like eating fried sweet and sour chinese food from my PV days. (Note to self, tell people about new abbreviations before you use them. PV= Pre veg). I found it more sweet and honey-ish than spicy but the wasabi cleared m...

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