This restaurant was just open on February 14, the Valentine's Day. I have been there twice, and my wife has been there three times already since then.
The restaurant can sit at least thirty people and the atmosphere was quite cosy. It was newly decorated and everything seems to be brand new, including the counter, floor, desks and chairs. The walls are filled with delightful paintings. You can watch Supreme Master Television (a positive TV channel that is also online through www.SupremeMasterTV.com) while waiting for your favourite dishes. I can feel the positive energy there, and the environment is quite uplifting.
Here is some of the information that I collected from their recipes and flyers.
- 15 Appetizers, price from $3.75 - $4.5
- 6 Soups; Small - $4.95, Large - 6.95
- 9 Salads, price from $6.95 - 10.5
- 10 Rice & Noodles, etc., price from 7.5 - 10.5
- 4 Noodle Soups, $7.95 each
- 6 Veggie Burgers, $6.75 each
- 4 Sandwiches etc., $6.5 each
- 7 Desserts, price from $3.95 to $4.5
- 5 Smoothies, $3.95 each
- Various Fresh Juices and Beverages, $1.25 - $4.25
Lunch Buffet is $8.95/person, and offered from 11am to 2pm weekdays.
Cooking style: Vietnamese, Thai, Indian, Mexican, Italian
All food has no meat, no eggs, no MSG.
Menu items are all vegan except four as indicated by a red bullet on the menu.
They also offer free drinks and appetizers until March 31.
They have both dishes that have the natural taste of fresh vegetables and plants, as well as dishes that look and taste like meat. There is so much choice that I think it is suitable to Vegans, spiritual practitioners, monks and nuns that observe a strict vegetarian diet, as well as people who want to try a more sustainable life style but still love the taste of meat.
Here are a few dishes that I liked:
Hummus with pita bread and Spring rolls appetizers
Chow mein and Crispy Chow mein
Earth warming soup
I would highly recommend this restaurant.
I will post more later on when I have a chance to try more.
Delicious food, Friends stuff, Cozy atmosphere