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First Review by mars

Not actually vegan - Edit

Le Kitchen is a great take out spot for somebody looking for yummy, fast healthy food. Their wraps are very good and I would say the soup that I tried was excellent. I would definitely go back, and would probably be a regular if I lived in the neighbourhood. The only issue I have is that it's listed as being vegan on happy cow and it's actually not - they serve chicken, fish and dairy milk. It is extremely vegan friendly and in fact mostly vegan, but to me you can't call a place vegan if you serve meat and dairy. Other than the mislabeling of the restaurant, everything else was perfect!

Pros: very yummy

Cons: not actually a vegan restaurant


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YUM! - Edit

Their vegan gluten free pad thai is absolutely delicious. Just the right amount of heat and with fresh crunchy bean sprouts and peanuts on top. Salads are mostly raw (one comes with a scoop of house veggie pate, some have quinoa and/or beans) with a generous side portion of homemade dressing. Le Kitchen is really good about accommodating allergies so let them know if you have any concerns!
Order from the menu on the website or check out the facebook page for specials, also when you call they'll let you know what is available for the day in addition to the permanent menu.
Love it.

Pros: cheap, filling vegan meals, delivered right to you, the owners/cooks are total sweethearts

Cons: i wish they had a sit down location!


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Good simple, casual vegan food - Edit

I was unclear when we decided to go here that it isn't a regular restaurant. It's a little store front that you walk in, pick something out of the cooler and sit in the seating area with it. They had a good selection of fresh, meal sized salads and sandwiches/burgers and a juice and smoothie bar. The aztec salad was great- really fresh and filling with greens, quinoa, black beans, veggies, tempeh and even a little container of spicy pumpkin seeds. Also got a smoothie with chocolate almond butter and bananas that was great. The staff was friendly and the atmosphere was bright, clean and low-key. I'd recommend it for a casual lunch spot.


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Neighborhood cafe eager to please - Edit

This is a wonderful little cafe, perfect for that cup of tea or coffee during an afternoon break. The food is gluten-free and made on the spot. Even though it is made on the spot, except for soups and desserts, the service is very quick.

The cookies were a little too goo-et, but had a good flavor. The smoothies are very yummy.

They suggest that you call in advance so your order will be ready. They bent over backwards to make sure our take out order was packed correctly.

Very nice and I would definitely go back again.
Not for a dinner date. Does not serve alcohol. Not sure if they are cash only.

Pros: Friendly, Clean, good food, Completely gluten-free

Cons: Tiny, Limited hours of operation, Small menu


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