All Reviews by bayzydk
8640 Oak St, New Orleans, USA
A Real Gem
19 Dec 2012
One word: vegan croissant. They aren't always available, and you may have to wait a couple hours to get your hands on them, but it is well worth it. The vast majority of the muffins, cakes, cookies, pies, soups, sandwiches, and breads are vegan. All vegan items are clearly marked and the staff have "vegan" and "nonvegan" cutting boards in the event something needs to be sliced. Natural sodas, juices, and coconut water also available. Everything I have eaten there has been out-of-this world delicious. Very high quality and typically a good bargain. The owners are real salt of the earth, too. My only complaint is their limited hours: Thurs-Sun 8am-3pm
2603 6th Ave, Tacoma, USA
Great place to catch up with old friends!
12 Feb 2010
Food is tasty, if but a little pricey at times. Vegan lentil soup is served free before every meal. Lots of tasty vegan options. What I love most about this place though is that you can sit and stay for hours---there's never a push to get patrons out the door, like at some establishments. I always come here when I know that a friend and I have a lot of catching up to do!
614 S Carrollton Ave, New Orleans, USA
Tasty Vietnamese near Tulane/Loyola
19 Dec 2012
It has come to my attention that the owners erroneously believe that fish sauce is acceptable in vegetarian diets (but not for vegan diets, oddly enough) such that menu items listed as "vegetarian" e.g. the vegetarian sweet heat noodles, vegetarian po boy, etc. contain fish sauce. The tofu avocado noodle bowl, peanut sauce, mushroom glass noodle soup, vegetarian pho, veggie fresh rolls, and house salad all remain vegan. Please help make it clear to the owners that if a menu item is listed as "vegetarian" it cannot contain fish sauce. And be sure that if you order something listed as "vegetarian" that you specify no fish sauce and they will gladly comply.
Lunch menu is inexpensive while dinner entrees ring in around 10 bucks. The food is tasty, the service is good. They also do bubble teas (dairy)and some specialty teas that don't involve dairy. The owners are knowledgeable about the vegan diet and staff seem happy to direct you to animal free foods. The tofu avocado bowl is addicting.
Updated from previous review on Thursday March 24, 2011
2018 Magazine St, New Orleans, USA
15 Apr 2010
I've only been to the Magazine location, but my experience was great. Hip but welcoming atmosphere, big menu, and big portions. Being from Seattle (where everything is expensive), I was shocked to see a huge, veggie filled burrito was only going to put me back 6 or 7 dollars. My server was totally committed to helping me find nondairy options, and seemed to know what a vegan was. I was there around Strawberry Festival, so the local brewery, Abita, had out their strawberry beer. AMAZING. I highly recommend eating at Juan's
8120 Hampson St, New Orleans, USA
Overpriced and Overstated
19 Dec 2012
The only good thing I can say about the food is that it was fresh and seemingly prepared from scratch. Otherwise, the restaurant wildly overstates its vegan-friendliness and overcharges for the minuscule portion you will inevitably be served. Only half of that food will be tasty.
2565 S Gateway Center Place, Federal Way, USA
Amazing salad bar!!
12 Feb 2010
The salad bar at the Federal Way location is to die for! Lots of yummy organic toppings (they even have vegan bac'un bits!) It can get pricey if you load up on too much heavy stuff though. Fresh made sammiches in the deli (featuring a couple different flavors of field roast). Several vegan desserts/baked goods are always available. Fresh smoothies too! A very reliable stop for hungry vegans/vegetarians who find themselves in the area...