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Review: One of the tastiest foods I have ever eaten, and it's the best value in LA. I have only been to the Melrose location where I shared a few items with my boyfriend. We are both very picky when it comes to the tastiness of food, so I did not bring my hopes up too much before going there, especially after having bland experiences at other macrobiotic restaurants. Well, it was amazing! The tofu scramble (with an eggs benedict sauce) was so refreshing and tasty and rich at the same time, it still makes me drool and cry on the inside that there is no M Cafe de Chaya in New York. The red quinoa dish was tasty... I should stop saying this, because everything was really tasty and felt very fresh and pleasing. When we wanted bread, they sold us a whole baguette for $3.50 and sliced as much of it as we wanted. That was a good deal, because I despise vegetarian restaurants that would serve you two slices of bread for two bucks. I am sure I had a muffin or scone, but the tofu scramble was soo good and I was so full by that point that I don't even remember what I had. Overall it was a pleasing experience, and one more good thing about this place is that it gets lots of sunlight. And it's in Melrose, so you can stroll down the street and have fun while you help your stomach digest all that tasty food. Among all the vegetarian rastaurants I have been to (and that includes Greens in SF and Candle 79 in New York) M Cafe de Chaya is head to head with Cafe Gratitude in Berkeley. It serves amazing food in an unpretentious but cool setting. It is a shame that I am not allowed to give five stars just because it's not completely vegetarian.