All Reviews by kasia
362 Leith Walk, Edinburgh, Scotland
Makes you feel at home
My favourite is a vegetarian pizza with roasted veggies and no cheese - love it. They do nice chilli, I think every day there's a vegan curry option. Nice bean burgers. They also do veggie hot-dogs - unfortunately not for us vegans - as they are quorn sausages with cheese. Suggestion to the chefs: if you could do a vegan sausage option (Linda McCartney or Fry's hot dogs) it would be amazing! Also would be great if there were vegetarian wine options. But still, I love this place:-)
Wolnica Square 7, Krakow, Poland
A lovely chilled cafe which offers vegan versions of most dishes from the menu. My favourite is definitely chickpeas lecho, but I aslo enjoy potato cakes with mushroom sauce.
6 Jalan Tengah, Alor Setar, Malaysia
great food and people
I didn't try the buffet but it looked good with vegetable and fake meat things. We had freshly cooked fried rice and ginger spiced "fish" and stir fry mushrooms which was all superb. Cheap as well: we paid 23RM which is about £4.50 for two dishes and ice tea. The English speaking waitress was an absolute star -rather than to accept the tip she gave it to charity!
Even other customers were extremely friendly.
The only issue I had was the general look of the place - scratched walls and the toilet.... one of the worst I've seen!
I'd love to go back there but the place should be redecorated.
Fleminggatan11, Kungsholmen, Stockholm, Sweden
Great for vegans
Most food is vegan, which is lovely. I tried a tofu quiche and a tofu and avocado roll (I loved the idea of vegan rolls which are so hard to find). It's also a great place for a cake and tea, they had many vegan cakes: banana, apple, carrot, chocolate and blueberry muffins. The cafe is called Ecocafe now I think.
19 St Leonard's Lane, Edinburgh, Scotland
There is always a vegan option, however, not a great choice. I had pasta with lentil bolognese which was ok and very cheap. I also had a vegan cream cake but wasn't impressed, too much soda in it. The staff is very friendly and helpful.
531 Divisadero St, San Francisco, USA
We had a red curry, meatballs and a blueberry pie. The curry was gorgeous, meatballs ok (nothing special) and the pie was my least favourite but I think that's what that pie must be, not to my taste.
The menu is amazing and the service was quite fast.
22 Krupnicza Str., Kraków, Małopolska, Krakow, Poland
I go there whenever I am in Krakow. Its a great place for any occasion, to go on ur own or with other ppl. Normally I pop in just for a salad, and I end up staying for main, coffee, cake and milk coctailwith fresh fruit. Love it! Love the old fashioned decoof the place and the beautiful tablecloths.
56-58 St. Mary Street, Edinburgh, Scotland
The place is very posh and elegant, the service excellent. Food - well presented. Not many vegan options but the ones vailable are superb, in particular jasmine rice with tofu which I could eat every day and I will probably never find out how to make it! They also have great tofu chocolate icecreams.
Plac Matejki 2, Krakow, Poland
I only popped there for coffee and some sweet applecakes with cream (racuchy),which were really nice. Coffee served in beautiful china. The whole place has quite minimalistic deco, but gorgeous. Not much choice in food, but definitely worth coming. I will surely come back. The name in Polish means that little fish which eats seaweeds!
2211 Mission St, San Francisco, USA
Not as good as it seems
Gracias Madre is definitely a busy and popular place, we had to wait for about an hour to be sat at the bar. I love Mexican food so was quite excited about it. We had gorditas, tamales and some kind of tacos, each dish cost about £16 and sadly I didn't enjoy any of it. They all lacked flavour, the dishes were very simple with strange sides such as pickled cauliflower - which did not go with the rest. For those prices the food should be amazing - and I got that feeling from many cheaper restaurants, but this one just did not do it for me.
94 Hanover St, Edinburgh, Scotland
A wonderful friendly place with great vegan options, I tried lovely noodles with tofu and mezze with falafel which were both great.
983 Valencia St, San Francisco, USA
The place is an absolute gem. The choice of food is amazing: there's something from different world cuisines: American, Mexican, Indian, Thai, Japanese.
But the breakfasts are absolutely the best breakfasts I had in my life. They also do an amazing banana and blueberry ice cream shake - it tastes like heaven.
I wish there was one of these places in UK, it's really special.
Stora Nygatan 11, Stockholm, Sweden
I had excellent vegan apple tart and I'd be happy to go back there. As for the buffet food selection there were some salads, lasagne and a vegan veggie stew with soy protein so not much choice but it looked lovely and the atmosphere in that place was very nice. A small minus for the lack of over 3% beers.
Luntmakargatan 74, Stockholm, Sweden
Lao Wai is absolutely the best veggie place I have tried so far. Me and my carnivorous bf had fake chicken protein with veggies and peanuts in a spicy sweet sauce and bean curd with mince in chilli bean sauce and they were the best meals of our lives. I didn't manage to try the nutty delight but had some lovely cardamon ice-creams. I wish I had this restaurant in my town as I would be there at least once a week.
Kungstensgatan 62, Stockholm, Sweden
Great vegan pizzas selection
I had chichi(fake chicken, banana, pineapple, curry) which was recommended in one of the reviews. It was nice, the cheese didn't have much taste and I think I would put some more ingredients on it like mushrooms and onions but overall just the fact that being vegan I was having a real pizza was amazing. I'd definitely come back to try other choices. My carnivorous bf had a meat pizza and loved it as well.
54, Jalan SS2/72, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
nice food choice
I was impressed with the choice but did not enjoy the food we chose. Spaghetti bolognese was served with tofu and cauliflower ( one veg that my partner hates!) - not mentioned in the menu, which I found a strange combo (cauliflower, tomato sauce, tofu?). I got noodle curry which was very basic and lacked variety of veg - there was only cabbage (another strange combo cabbage+ coconut milk) and three pieces of tofu. Satay starter was lovely though.
There was not much to choose from to drink. The only dessert was red bean.
111 Mayflower St, Plymouth, England
Amazing menu where anyone can find something good. The cheeseburger recommended especially for omnis. The bucket with "drumsticks" is great vegan fast food option. The raw spaghetti is absolutely beautiful. And the cookie dough dessert is mouthwatering. They used to make chocolate sundaes to die for but sadly stopped making them:(
350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, Scotland
Cool, elegant and tasteful
I managed to try a sun-dried tomatoes pizza and a calzone which were both great and filling, there was no need of cheese at all. Excellent Tempranillo as well. What I found a bit strange is Guiness -a non-vegetarian beer (I heard).The place has a nice arty atmosphere.