Responses to Al Ian's Review

Respond to Review of Sublime Restaurant and Bar
by Al Ian

Review: Sublime seems to have been designed to entice meat-eaters to try vegetarian food because many of the dishes are named after - and unfortunately, taste like - traditional meat dishes. For example, some of their dishes were called: Pot Pie, Sublime Loaf, "Steak" sandwich, and Mac N Cheese. The waitress recommended the Pot Pie. I should have been more suspicious. I never ate a meat Pot Pie but imagine that this must have been very close in taste. I had to go get a juice afterwards to wash the awful taste out of my mouth. My dining partner ordered the Sublime Loaf and had a similar experience. I don't get the idea of trying to make vegetarian food taste like meat. Most vegetarians and vegans are disgusted by the taste - or even the small - of meat. This place was a real turn-off. All of the dishes were overpriced, but on the positive side I must say that the atmosphere was upscale and very nice. For us, a much better alternative in that area is about 20 miles north- SOMA Center cafe in Lake Worth. Inexpensive, raw vegan food that is much, much better than Sublime.


Posted by kindlizard on Tuesday, May 19, 2009
its inappropriate to bash a place and then put an ad for your own. and, hello, if you are not one of the many people who like pot pie, then would it be a better idea to order one of the many dishes they serve that are unlike the potpies? when I go out to eat, i try to pick dishes i think i would like, not those i have never liked and challenge a cafe to change my mind about it.
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