All Reviews by gigi1033
15, rue Lucien Sampaix, Paris, France
I wish I could've gone back!
Bob's is run by Bob, an American guy and his Italian buddy. theyre both VERY nice and helpful. We had a couple juices which were perfect and a raw salad which was delicious. We also shared what they call a sandwhich but i would call a wrap and it was also insanely good. Each item was under 5 euros as well. I wish bob lived here in LA which he said he did once. I want to go back and so will you!!
161, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
you know all i gotta say is...
YUM. these bhuddist restraunts are the best, The guy we were with ordered for us, but alot of them know english.
Utrechtsestraat 126, Amsterdam, Netherlands
So my friend's family used to own this place as there used to be many all over the world, but he sadly moved and sold it. I hadn't been to the restraunt before he sold it, but I'm sure the prices were not that much.
We ordered a medeteranian plate( the portions of this were extremely small but the food was lovely), a goat cheese salad(very tasty and OVERLOADED with delicious cheese-a bit too much maybe?), two yogi raj's (yogi tea made with cinnamon, cardomom and black tea topped with whipped cream) and a homemade maple ice cream sundae which came out to 50 euros-a bit too much for us, but the food was delicious.
And we saw on the other table that the pizza looked large and yummy. The owner also brings his doggie to work with him, a small cute thing and not uncommon in europe it seemed. They also import Vergil's rootbeer from America because the original Golden Temple restraunts had these as a norm.
All in all, great food, decent portions, BIG price.
1st floor Green Hotel, Bhrat Sadhu Samaj Swargashram, Ram Jhula village, Rishikesh, India
Used to go all the time
Its very tasty but I wasn't vegan in my years in India. They do use mudges( water buffalo) in India, though and they are pretty humane. Anyway, the restraunt is very tasty and I only have good memories here!
Via Margutta 118, Rome, Italy
It was a pretty tasty place. Spaggetti in Italy is all cooked Al dente though and I like it cooked more.... but it was a very nice place. Vegan beer. Yesss.
Via delle Ruote, 30 r, Florence, Italy
Vegetarian but vegan friendly. Desserts are ovo-veg with several vegan option. Manager speaks English and is very friendly. Great food, seitan, scallop potatoes, salad bar.
We didn't see that it was takeout =(
2 Rue Truffaut, Paris, France
This was a super good place
we both liked it alot, but it seemed to be hard to find, but i guess cus we were only in Paris for 5 days. Yum.
24 rue Rambuteau, Paris, France
Great Food-Very expensive.
WE came here as our second choice because of the three carrots and the joy in food was closed but it should recieve 4 carrots if there was a choice =D. Very tasty gourmet food though we had the fresh mushroom pate which was DELICIOUS at 8,50 euros. We also had the special for the time which was chips and guacamole-the chips seemed to be homemade tarot or red potato chips with Amazingly smooth guacamole at 7,50 for a small plate. Then we had a superbly tasty quinoa burger which wasn't what we ordered but we were very satisfied with it because it came with a tasty mushroom sauce and great tasting cauliflower mashed potato style at 10 euros. Every savory dish comes with a small salad made of shredded cabbage, carrots, and lettuce with a nice basalmic. We also had THE BEST chocolate mousse I have ever hadm and although I am not vegan, my friend is and there were a lot of vegan choices of foods and desserts. There was also an option to get a fixed meal with different selections of an appetizer, entree, and a dessert for 22,50. I guess it wasn't too bad in price but we are poor college students and weren't planning on spending that much but if you plan to spend the monies, you'll enjoy it verry verry much. Bon apetit.
8, rue Xavier Privas, Paris, France
there was a hair in my 9 euro, small portioned, unappetizing salad. the place was cramped. there were only sleazy men in there. we saw many other maoz's around europe because it so obviously was a fast food chain, and we daren't go back.
3rd floor, Ishan Hotel, Laxman Jhula village, Rishikesh, India
good times, fun people, great pastries, although alot are not vegan, most are veg, some have eggs. tea, coffee, monkies....you'll love it. if you go, call me up, i'll come with.
414 N La Cienega Blvd, West Hollywood, USA
Real Food, Daily
It's expensive, but soooo worth it. No question. My favorite is the $15 worth of barbeque chop salad, but i can't afford $15 daily, but would sooo go there everyday if i could. Also, they have wonderfulll daily specials.