Chain of large markets in the Portland area and Oregon. Stocks organic produce, grocery, deli (with many vegan options), beer & wine, supplements, care products, and more. Contains area to warm your food, sit and eat. more-less


First Review by DawnOfTheRent
  • vegan


4 Posted on 08 / 01 / 2009

We went here just expecting a grocery store, but found an entire wall of the store devoted to their deli, which serves meat, but has many vegan options, We ordered their potatoes and tofu and rice and it was delicious, they didn't season the rice with anything (there was a choice of sauces for it but we opted away from those) however there are plenty of condiments kept in the seating area (such as soy sauce and hot sauce). We'll definitely go back to test more options, but as far as I know the vegan options were noodle soups, the tofu and rice, and a bar of veggies and such which they'll cook up in a wok for you. Also, a nice bonus was a microwave in the seating area, so if you want to you can probably buy any of the chilled vegan meats and cheeses in the store and cook them up there. It's not as good as many of the vegan restaurants I've been to, but then it's just a deli, I'm very glad it's there. Me and my girlfriend got more than enough to eat for less than ten dollars (as a useful side note, if you want water to drink, there are glasses and a faucet in the seating area, it's not with all their other beverages).

Pros: Good Value, Nice Location, You can pretty much make your own meals.
Cons: Probably not much Selection, You may have to wait a while for food.


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Last updated: 2009/08/06


Added: 2007/08/01


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