All Reviews by dianec
801 Belmar Plaza, Belmar, USA
We walked into to the music of Santana and Jimi Hendricks we thought we must be in a good spot. Surprisingly they were very vegan friendly. I had a burrito with black beans, brown rice, roasted veggies and lettuce. The wait staff was great and the owner served us. It was crowded for a Saturday afternoon.
74, Rue des Gravilliers, Paris, France
We first went for a Sunday brunch. The place was packed but they found room for us. The staff spoke English and were very helpful in pointing us to vegan selections. We also had lunch their twice. The veggie stew was great, it had a grain, vegetable and salad. The juices were good. The desserts were also good. We met Bob and he was very friendly and helpful. The prices are reasonable for Paris and the vegetables aren't overcooked as in most of the vegetarian restaurants we ate at.
7, rue Notre Dame de Lorett, Paris, France
We arrived after the lunch hour. When she realized we were leaving the next day, she said there was soup (cooked) and raw chocolate cake. The soup was creamy and the raw crackers were great. we also had caviar de legumineuses. I was impressed with the sprout seeds and bought some to take home and raw crackers for the flight back to the states. I wish we had gotten the opportunity to see the full lunch menu. As a vegan who tries to eat 50% raw it was great to be able to find a raw food restaurant in Paris. I would highly recommend it for the raw foodist or someone willing to try raw food. They also had a nice selection of books on raw food.
1000 Main St, Belmar, USA
We only had cake since we could not find Kaya's at first. The address is misleading. While the building address is correct, the entrance is around the corner and you can't see from the other street. Therefore, we missed the opportunity to eat from the menu and only had desserts. However, they were vegan and delicious. We will return
18 Rue de la Bucherie, Paris, France
The only good thing about this restaurant was it was near Notre Dame. Since it didn't open until 18:30 we went into Notre Dame and sat through a service. The menu selection was uninspiring. I had a seitan (fried hard) dish which was bland and the vegetables were boiled to mush. The salad on the side was drenched in a creamy dressing and being a vegan dared not eat it. While this restaurant may have been around since 1978 it needs to work on a more modern menu. Other than the location, there isn't much else to say about it.
24 rue Rambuteau, Paris, France
Vegan friendlly but pricey
The menu selections provided several vegan options without the use of soy. The salad was large enough for a meal. The portions were large. The staff was friendly and spoke English.
While the food was excellent it was a bit pricey.
41 Rue des Bourdonnais, Paris, France
Good food at a reasonable price
We had eaten at several vegetarian restaurants before finding this one. The menu was vegan friendly and the staff was pleasant. We have noticed that most vegetarian restaurants boil their vegetables and this one was no exception. It would have been better to have lightly steamed instead of boiled.Overall the flavor was mild but tasty. There were plenty of soy dishes on the menu if you prefer soy. There was a nice variety of teas as well.
We would recommend this restaurant for its selection, ambiance and price