All Reviews by spiffysavannah
11105 State Bridge Rd Ste 160, Alpharetta, USA
I have gotten the arepa eggplant and the arepa avocado! I prefer the arepa eggplant because it's got lots of black bean hummus :) yum. Vegan and vegetarian options are noted on the menu, and arepas are vegan and gluten-free- it says so on the menu and the staff is familiar with both terms, which is always nice! The menu I see online is different than what I've been given in the restaurant, but even if they're changing their menu, they are so accommodating they would probably make you an arepa with whatever you want.
5975 Roswell Rd NE Ste E 353, Sandy Springs, USA
I had the spicy pad Thai and it was amazing! It wasn't the most authentic pad Thai, but it was really tasty. Coconut milk, bell peppers, mushrooms, tofu, kale, yum! Vegan and gluten free! Every entree comes with a salad. Still kind of expensive at 17 dollars though. Good for special occasions!
17 Soi 38, Sukhumvit, Khwang Phra Khanong Khet Khlong Toei, Bangkok, Thailand
This was conveniently right next to my hostel (HI-Sukhumvit) and I was so happy to have a place with a veg menu so close by! My mom and I ordered the phad Thai without egg, sweet and sour tofu, and green curry with roti (although I don't think the roti was vegan- Thai roti is different than Indian roti, I unfortunately found out later). The food is delicious and the place is nice and really quiet- almost strangely quiet, haha. Hopefully getting them on happycow will help them out! Actually, I went three times- all three times the door was locked- the first two times I asked if they were open and they said yes, the third time they said they were closed! Odd. Tasty though, and the lady who worked there was very nice! Veg dishes are around 60-80 baht.
2521 Vanderbilt Way, Nashville, USA
I love this place! I eat there every time I visit Vanderbilt. Their wraps are super tasty and their cookies are literally award winning- Nashville's Best Cookie (note: not Nashville's best VEGAN cookie, which it is, but best cookie- out of ALL!) I suggest a wrap with a snickerdoodle cookie (perhaps to split with someone, the cookies are big and not that cheap)
Jalan Centre Point, Centre Point, Lot S24 Basement, Sabah, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
Tom Yam- yum!
I felt bad for everyone around me eating their chicken rice. My tom yam bihun soup was amazing!! It was super tasty, a bit spicy, and piping hot. I didn't get the buffet because I tried to ask if they used butter/margarine, and they couldn't understand my English (although, I think it's probably just oil, but I'm an overly paranoid vegan).
2314 SE Division St, Portland, USA
Definitely going back!
First time there, I was so overwhelmed by the menu because everything sounded amazing! I decided to go with something simple- TLT- tempeh, lettuce, and tomato on cracked wheat. It was fantastic! Looking forward to going there again!
3300 Peachtree Industrial Rd, Duluth, USA
I noticed a bit of the same thing as the first reviewer- the staff are very reluctant to change the menu! I like the dosai with the chickpeas instead of the potatoes, but they flat out told me they can't do that (ok, maybe it's not be the traditional way to eat it, but still...). Anyway, they reluctantly agreed. I go there a lot with my family. Very tasty and cheap food (albeit quite oily).
5945 State Bridge Rd, Duluth, USA
I LOVE Whole Foods! They have so many great vegan selections! The hot and cold bars also have amazing vegan food. If I were rich I think I could spend all my money there, hehe :P it is a bit expensive but not everything, you just have to be smart about what you buy.
113 SE 28th Ave, Portland, USA
I had their falafel pita wrap, which is already completely vegan. It was soooo good... can't wait to go back!
Oh and I forgot- they don't fry their falafel! Found this online: "But it’s Israeli cuisine with a Portland influence, says his co-owner, Tanna TenHoopen Dolinsky. 'It’s inspired by food in Israel, but we sprout our chickpeas and grill everything and don’t use a deep fryer.'"