Respond to Review of Early Girl Eatery
Review: On my recent trip to Asheville, this was one of the 3 restaurants I ate at. The place has a long hallway to the dining area and they have some cool tables. I spied that the big tables for large groups were made completely from plywood, but they were so cool, you may never notice. There are a few pieces of modern art prints-on-fabric hanging on the walls, but other than that, the decor is very "white walls with blue trim". I ate here for breakfast and ordered the Vegan Tofu Scramble. It was much better than I expected. There wasn't a lot of tofu (may 20% by overall volume). But that didn't disappoint me because the veggies: spinach, peas, onions, and mushrooms, tasted especially fresh. Most tofu scrambles I have had were 90% tofu, so that was what I was expecting. I like their vegetable-to-tofu ratio better! Also, it had a light, delicate and well-balanced seasoning going for it. They also offered up a locally produced smoked habanero hot sauce that added some good flavor and heat. I added in vegan sausage as a side item. It looked nothing like sausage. It's texture was nothing like sausage. But it had a sausage flavor! Not exact, but close. You have to turn of your sight and texture senses and only listen to your tastebuds. My tastebuds tasted sausage. I can't review their vegan veggie burger just yet, but the tofu scramble is awesome and I didn't see such a thing at any other restaurant. There may not be many vegan options here, but there are a few more vegetarian options. They do serve meat, just to note. There are other restaurants in this area with better veg selections, but don't discount this one.