Posted on 12 / 01 / 2012
We've been to this place a handful of times now, and enjoyed it on each occasion.
The pizza: the crust is good. Typical white crust with a 7/10 rating. The fake-meats etc. are Asian-style and not the quality Yves or other, as I find they lack flavour of those. Overall the pizza was good.
We have also tried the spanikopita, which was really good.
We tried the bubble teas - yuck. None of us like it and we all ordered different flavours. Bad mix. Bad mix of tea with fruit juice etc. -- just not good. Would be better to have vegan milkshakes or something like that, then throw some tapioca balls in there to add something 'Asian'. Or just plain sweet tea with tapioca balls.
I noticed some Supreme Master propaganda; I find such nonsense (con-artists) offensive, and couldn't help but compare this pizza to that pizza from the other Supreme Master supporter, Loving Hut; that pizza was not good at all, and the crust was gooey and reminded me of that 2-for-one low quality stuff); Vegan Pizza House's crust is a 6-or-7/10 (compared to ALL of the pizza I've ever tried in my life, vegan or not, home-made or not).
The staff were very friendly and attentive. It seems to basically be operated by some quite young and enthusiastic people, so hats off to them.
There's seating for perhaps... ten people or so, so a nice cozy intimate hole-in-the-wall type of eatery. Everything was pretty clean and tidy, including the washroom.
We stuffed ourselves, with leftovers to take home. For the three of us that cost $47.
tasty, mid prices, nice employees
need better veggie meats, need better drinks, whole grain organic option would be nice