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by simpsonyellow

Review: A cosy little vegan nirvana. The menu is largely made up of calzones, burgers and salads, all of which are good, fresh and tasty. The tofu and tempeh chip salad is a favourite of mine, and it's nice to see chunks of tempeh put to good flavoursome use. Of all the burgers, the faux chicken shnitzel burger warrants a special mention for it's amazing texture - worth trying for that alone. And the chips are delicious if you're hungry - chunky and with the skins still on. A main with side salad or chips will come to around the $10 mark, but make sure you save room for sweets, as the muffins and vanilla slice are awesome. There's also all you can drink chai (with Bonsoy soy milk) for $3.50. Nice laid back, homely atmosphere. I always find it nearly impossible to pass up Las Vegan when I'm in the neighbourhood and, if it weren't for the short opening hours, I probably wouldn't eat anywhere else.

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Aloo
Posted by Aloo on Friday, February 22, 2013
oooh I didn't know they did vanilla slice...hmmm will check that out next time!
simpsonyellow
Posted by simpsonyellow on Friday, February 22, 2013
Sorry for getting your hopes up but, sadly, vanilla slice is no longer available at Las Vegan. A few months after I posted this review, their supplier stopped making them (unlike the muffins, the vanilla slices weren't made in-house by Las Vegan). They've recently changed management though, so maybe the vanilla slice will make a comeback...

Somewhere that you can *occasionally* get vegan vanilla slice is La Panella Bakery in Preston. I've only seen it there a few times though, so you may want to call ahead.
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