Respond to Review of Restaurant Tulasi
Review: Went here for dinner--they offer a set meal for B$10, which included a Bolivian soup that had yuca, squash, rice (and a few other ingredients) with a clear broth as the 1st course and rice with a thin soy steak as the main course (along with a whole-grain roll). It came with coconut juice (but in a cup, not in the coconut). The dinner was confirmed vegan, but the lunch buffet which they serve does have some dairy (mainly some yogurt items on the buffet menu). They also have pastries for sale at the front of the restaurant. They have lots of posters with info about food, including an interesting one that shows how much water is required to produce a pound of various meat, dairy, egg and vegetarian products (even comparing different vegetarian foods). Decent food but nothing outstanding, though the place is a bit noisy being on a major street. Kudos for being open at night (I was there around 7:30 PM)--if you've gotten this far, you probably know a lot of Latin American vegetarian restaurants are only open for lunch!