All Reviews by SweetFaces
1609 Cottage Ave Unit G, Columbus, USA
I’ve been eating in Indian restaurants for 25 years and the food at Apna Kitchen is the best I’ve ever had. Dishes are prepared fresh with spices ground right in the kitchen. The owner is from south India where vegan and vegetarian food is the norm, so there are dozens of vegan dinner entrees, appetizers and breads to choose from, and many vegetarian dishes, too. The staff will guide you to the spiciness and animal-friendliness you desire. A lunch buffet highlights vegan items. Make a point of eating here. This new restaurant is a little out of the way, and the front entrance is a little hard to find, but, oh, you’ll be glad you did.
1994 Hosea L Williams Dr NE, Atlanta, USA
Praise for vegan entrepreneurs!
It can't be easy to run a vegan establishment, but you can feel the love in this place. I've been for breakfast (light, tender biscuits, vegan sausage) and again for cupcakes (so fresh and flavorful). I'm eager to go back for lunch.
1530 DeKalb Ave, Atlanta, USA
Beyond veggie burgers!
How about a Vegan Meatball Sub, Mango Vegan Pancakes, or grilled Vegan Hash with tofu and fresh veggies? The food is as delicious and healthy as it sounds. Radial even makes their own seitan. The menu varies with daily specials, so every vegan dish isn't offered every day, but there are enough animal-free items on the regular menu, like the House Grits, Sweet Potato Hash, Tomato Risotto, Hummus Platter and homemade soups, to satisfy any vegan's tastebuds. I travel 45 miles, one way, to eat here!
908 W College Ave, Decatur, USA
Donut lover's dream come true
The creamy-frosted raised donuts loaded with slivered almonds or fluffy white coconut are hard to beat, until you get to the raised-donut "sliders", sliced and filled with fresh peaches then sprinkled with sugar. Awesome! The wide selection includes favorites for everyone, plain to blueberry, and the only non-vegan donuts at my last visit were the caramel coated ones.