All Reviews by Ged
1a Cannon Court, Longrow West, Nottingham, England
10 Jul 2014
The tempeh burger is ultra succulent as is the falafel burger. I had the vegan breakfast next day with scrambled tofu, very very tasty and filling. A hidden gem in the city centre. Friendly service unfazed by the onslaught of customers. Brilliant place!
1 Chome-10-14 Daimyo, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka-ken, Fukuoka, Japan
10 Apr 2010
Although meat & fish are on the menu, they cater very well for vegans and I don't think they use eggs. I had the lentil curry which was very tasty. I couldn't make my mind up which cake to have, so they gave me half a slice of each served up with a tasty soya cream and green tea sauce. It is also in an interesting area called Tenjin not far from the centre. Opening hours:11:30-15:00 & 18:00-22:00.
2-21-12 Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa, Yokohama, Japan
10 Apr 2010
The burgers are the messiest I've ever had and needed several towels to keep clean. Taste OK, but I've had better. I tried the Vegan ice-cream - it had a peculiar taste and was frozen solid which made eating it difficult.
397-44 Bujeon-Dong, Busanjin-Gu, Busan, South Korea
07 Nov 2009
And that's something coming from an atheist. Having moved here 3 months ago not knowing any korean, it's hard enough knowing what you can buy at the supermarket when you're vegan let alone ordering from a restaurant. As far as I can ascertain it is mostly vegan, but some things may have dairy products. There is a small shop attached which does a limited range, also not totally vegan, However the big sausage-like things are vegan, thankfully written in english on the packet - they are yummy in a sarnie. Great find, and lovely staff.
21 Eo, Street 71, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Tasty large portions for the price
06 Aug 2013
A group of five of us ate here and we all agreed that the food was delicious. The portions were large for the price we paid. I unreservedly recommend visiting this restaurant if you are visiting PP especially if you are vegan or vegetarian. The bill for all of us came to $30!
Haundae Beach, Pale De CZ, Busan, South Korea
28 Apr 2012
I live in Haeundae and used to enjoy their quite tasty 'well-being burger' (vegan) until they took it off the menu PERMANENTLY.
24 Boulevard de La Bastille, Paris, France
24 Jun 2012
Excellent food and service. Good location near Bastille. Reasonably priced. Super friendly service. Creative menu. Fantastic choice of desserts. An absolute must visit for anyone with discerning taste. A vegan's paradise.
216cd, St. 63, Boeung Keng Kang I, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
04 Sep 2015
Good selection of organic fruit, veg and leafy greens at good prices. Skip past Natural Garden and walk a bit further, its on opposite side of road. Well worth it.
357, Zhongzheng Rd, Taipei, Taiwan
great food and such variety
01 Nov 2011
This was my first foray into Taiwanese vegan food and I wasn't disappointed. A huge variety of choices in the buffet, and sold by weight at reasonable prices. I asked if it was vegan and they told me it was 'pure vegetarian' which I interpret as being vegan. quite easy to find.
2F, 428 Madang Road, Luwan, Shanghai, China
09 Nov 2010
A must! but get there before 2pm or you won't get served food. The best you can hope for is a pot of tea until 5pm. zen atmosphere, but the twanging zither can get annoying after a while...
30, Street 430, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
11 May 2015
Being a vegan living in PP I thought I'd try this place. Menu looked ok, so ordered a noodle dish. Pic showed a bowl with carrots, corn, noodles and other veg, looked tasty. What I actually got was cabbage only in a warm broth with half cooked noodles. When I told them that menu pic was misleading, he just smiled and said he would fix it but I didn't bother. Not up to Evergreens (St 130) standards. Disappointed.
768 Xie Tu Road, Shanghai, China
Worth a visit for the vegan tiramisu cake alone
09 Nov 2010
A short walk from Luban metro station. Convenient if you are staying at the Blue Mountain Youth Hostel. Good grub at a good price. Friendly service, but no-one there spoke adequate english making communication difficult, especially when ordering desert. I wanted to try the chocolate cake, but was told (I think) that I would have to buy the entire cake and couldn't just have a slice. They eventually brought me a slice of tiramisu cake which was quite simply to die for. There is a reasonable selection on the menu - the usual Chinese options including tofu, noodles and fake meats. All good quality and inexpensive. Surrounding is basic and clean - nothing fancy about this place, but thats the way I like it. Wasn't sure about the cat roaming around though, but it was cute and friendly enough and thankfully not on the menu.