All Reviews by Happy Eats
828 N Washington St, Alexandria, USA
a new fav spot for quick take out
21 Jul 2012
Try the veg pepper steak. Really really good. Had it last night and am still thinking about it.
Not much room for dine-in but there is a cute courtyard outside for nice days.
5157 N Lee Hwy, Arlington, USA
dishes are made to order and unique
26 Jun 2012
All vegetarian menu. Lots of delicious options. Friendly staff. Sometime service can be a little slow, but that's because it's a small family establishment and each dish is made to order. Worth the wait!
1503 Columbia Pike, Arlington, USA
awesome Ethiopian food
26 Jun 2012
Lots of good vegetarian and began options. Vegan Chocolate raspberry cake is a must! Friendly staff.
2711 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, USA
good vegan options
01 Jul 2012
Try the vegan (seitan) BBQ sandwich! A must.
395 Golden Gate Ave, San Francisco, USA
Dishes are well balanced with spices
30 Oct 2011
This was definitely one of the better vegan Asian-fusion places to which I've been. We had Truly Sea and Okra's Lover, both of which were very unique. Truly Sea was nicely pan-fried with a refreshing garlic sauce on the side. Okra's Lover had a nice lightly spicy Singaporean curry sauce and soy protein cubes. However, I thought it didn't have enough okra to call itself okra lover though. The first two desserts we ordered were not available and ended up have to settle with the third one - the mocha cake. It was decent.
1500 K St NW, Washington, USA
fast and delish
26 Jun 2012
Friendly, fast, fresh, and delish! What more can you ask for from a shack!! Must check it out.
1630 Powell St, San Francisco, USA
Unique and full of flavors, but service a bit slow
27 Oct 2011
This is a nice little intimate space, though the live music is loud. The dishes are full of flavors and uniquely Peruvian. I had the vegetable stew with quinoa and kale chips. I hadn't had anything quite like it, so my taste buds definitely enjoyed the combination of flavors. I only wished there were more vegetables in the stew, which wasn't quite a stew either. It was much thicker than soupy.
For dessert, we shared a coconut cream pie, which was delish! It wasn't too sweet like many of the vegan dessert can be. The "cream" was made from Irish moss, a type of plant and congeals with water. Again, I've never had anything quite like it. This definitely a unique place to go. The service can be a little slow.