Review: It seems that most vegetarian restaurants are outside of the inner loop. Why is that? They'd make a fortune if they'd just move to the Montrose area. Okay..anyway I went to this restaurant once. A non-vegetarian friend of mine talked it up for about a year before I finally dragged my car (and myself) allll the way out there. When I got there my companion and I were the only ones inside the restaurant, but since I tend to eat at "odd" times it wasn't too shocking. As we choose a table I couldn't help feeling like we weren't very welcome there. Just a vibe I got. We kept getting stares from all the people who worked at/owned the place. And ordering felt like a rushed experience since the waitress walked away from the table as I was finishing up my order. The food was okay - once again not anything that wowed me and makes me want to make the jaunt over there again (but perhaps I will..it's hard to properly review after just one visit). I remember thinking it was a little pricey for the quality. I'm also not a huge fan of mock-meats. I didn't stop eating meat so that I could eat things called 'vegan duck'. Aaand the most interesting thing was the Asian Christmas Special they had playing on the t.v. (ummm..in the middle of summer). Very surreal.
Posted by TexasVegan on Friday, February 22, 2013