All Reviews by philjdomm
1405 Juan Tabo NE, Albuquerque, USA
Finally, Phó that tastes and smells like the real thing! Usually need real meat and fat to simmer and boil the taste to soup but this was very good.
Not fusion Asian finally.
1298 Market St, San Francisco, USA
So convenient in the heart of financial distract!
I luv their selections and service is great!
300 E 12th St, New York City, USA
returning new yorker
well, first off...only cash premise because they save money this way rather using machine purchases but, its already overpriced. tends to attract solo diner's like myself but not sure if it's what i ordered but the stew was not that great and the coconut vegan cookie tasted old.
5939 4th St NW, Albuquerque, USA
Finally, can eat vegetarian dishes that are modified to vegan!
73 Second Ave, New York City, USA
small,always crowded,too much mock, but worth it
lot of vegan desserts but little carob.
overly crowded as line up builds inside tiny space where people eat. great location.
167 Cuba Street, Wellington
Not 2 Mocky, Not 2 original or mundane
all prices to me are expensive but that goes with economy and the min wages.
4631 Boul. St Laurent, Montreal, Canada
they have never dissappointed me. still and will be one of the best!
2781 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, Canada
I had Better Brekky
title says all
182 King St, Newtown
impressive soya jerky beef
but over iced the thai ice tea when i asked light on ice...
everything in australia is super expensive!
172 Allen St, New York City, USA
might need to take this off RESTAURANT
it is 100% a bookstore with a barista bar...how it is different from starbuck's in a booksore...they serve soya milk too ya know...
1748 Notre Dame St W, Montreal, Canada
awesome place to eat after a good bike and rollerblade route
885 Dundas St W, Toronto, Canada
really good immitations!
impressive. poor ambience
507 Columbus, New York City, USA
Very relaxing brunch
UWS: Very spacious; non over crowded; lots of fresh air from wide open window doors, perfect!
Raw salad roll using vegetables than carbohydrates are my favorite type of dishes.
2096 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, Canada
i think they improved their vegan selection and u r not paying for service so expect it.
4873 St Laurent, Montreal, Canada
surprinsingly this old saloon dive is like l'escalier but more run down. they offer nite live music.
this place is more angliphone surprisingly for plateau but it is mileend area and not sure if mile end is francophones.
ordered a todu quiante and very spicy!
1845 India St, San Diego, USA
Secret is to eat at the bar UPDATE
UPDATE: Sadly, their vegan lasagna was heavy with fake meat & another defrosted taste of the pasta dough.
My friend felt his prawns pasta was pretty heavy as well, Spatzel style.
I am use to the American Tiramisu so their authentic Italian style was too bready & heavy.
I would have preferred a light fluffy desert.
The constant server, staff & busser over checked up on us which would be considered good service but it only means our conversation kept being interrupted. I'm sure culturally, it's natural to engage but not for us.
When weekenders or weeknights never put you off even more for this over crowded Little Italy, always request to sit at the bar as you can order & eat there.
You get a personal bartender to serve you!
Don't be intimidated by their stressed out host & the little Italian grandpy, it's part of being in Italy!
Ask to view the separated kitchen for Vegan and non vegan preparations.
The mushroom calamari was a direct deep fried version in replacement for fries. Other restaurants would have it slightly breaded & wont leave it fried too long. For civico with no breadedness, I would recommend not over drenching it in the batter. I felt like I was going to leave with high cholesterol and heart attack. Tasted kinda over fried.
The Ravioli pasta: the dough outside itself tasted like it had been defrosted.
I had amazing Italian food in NYC & in Italy and of course, this did not really come close to the experience.
The Penne was mundane. Something we can make ourselves at home. If there's no colour of the rainbow in vegetables, I'm easily unimpressed.
All breads are naturally vegan but of course not GF.
Bruchetta was different as the bread was served warm rather croutons style where it'll break under you so good on that.
I may have been more or less slightly turned off with the host turning me away "No Tables" by one look at me with prejudge eyes in my heavily Inked live canvas and probably redneck crocs compared to the others waiting in their gucci and jimmy choos.
I also felt judged by the Grandpa of the House.
I know Italian culture is all about the exterior but sometimes, the most affluent beings are those that have nothing to prove.
Updated from previous review on Tuesday July 28, 2015