Respond to Review of VeStation Urban Organic Kitchen
Review: Had heard about this place on HappyCow, and came by with a friend for lunch this week. Here's my VeStation restaurant review. It's a nicely designed space that's modern with clean lines. The menu is mostly Thai food (all vegan) with some non-Thai ingredients like quinoa, buckwheat, and raw kale. It doesn't include the American veggie burgers & wraps offering that all the other Thai vegan places in the LA area offers. From the menu my friend and I shared: 1. the fried quinoa sticks, which are fried spring rolls but with quinoa filling - tasty, $7 2. papaya salad, pretty good, not spicy (we would have like a bit more spicy), $9 3. the veggie tempura salad, which was fried pieces of assorted vegetable place on top of some baby greens and with a salted dressing poured over, yummy fried veggies, $10 4. the fusion spice noodle with faux beef (your choice of faux meat or tofu), which was tasty, a bit spicy, $12 Overall, the food presentation is colorful and attractive. The space is nice. The prices, though, seem a bit higher than what I would expect, but they do use organic veggies. On weekdays, there is a lunch menu with lower prices, so it may be a good time to come for the bargain meals.