Loving Hut

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 7 reviews )

5115 N Dysart Rd Ste 220, Litchfield Park, Arizona, USA, 85340

Part of the international vegan restaurant group, each location is individually operated, this one est. 2016. Serves a mix of Asian and American vegan food plus desserts and non-alcholic beverages. Open Mon-Thu 11:00am-3:00pm, 5:00pm-9:00pm, Fri-Sat 11:00am-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, American, Take-out, Asian

7 Reviews

First Review by geekiemommie

Fabulous Pho & then some - Edit

Hubby and I visited on Friday 2/3/2018 πŸ˜€ I ordered the Pho and he ordered the Royal noodles. Let's just say, "WOW" and "YUMMY". Hubby isn't Vegan and thought he wouldn't our dinner. He now wants to visit again.

Pros: Yummy food, Friendly staff, Meals are filling πŸ˜„, Everything is Vegan, Beautiful decor, etc, You just have to visit yourself ❀

Cons: No cons πŸ˜‰

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Everything was perfection! - Edit

okay... us fatties got the Kung Pao, the wontons, the spring rolls, fries, pho, carrot cake, both types of cheesecake and OMG amazing! Everything was perfection!

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very flavorful!! - Edit

I loved it!! My cake was awesome and so was my food. I had tofu I should have gotten the sauce on my but it was tasty. Will be back!!

Pros: flavorful

Cons: about 8.50 and up for a meal

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Not My Favorite Loving Hut - Edit

First of all, I am so very happy that people in the west valley have an all vegan eatery at their disposal. This location is in a strip mall so there’s lots of parking. The building is new, clean, and has a lovely outdoor patio area.

As most of us know, although Loving Hut is an international chain, each Loving Hut is individually owned, with some owners having multiple locations. This being said, I try to keep that in mind when trying a new location, because the menus vary based on ownership. I try...

On to the food...

SPICY CHA CHA $9.50 - Regardless of ownership, most U.S.A. location tend to sell this popular dish. At one of my favorite local LH's (a different location), this dish comes with sauce (including a tartar sauce option) and your choice of fries or steamed veggies. At this location, neither the sauce or a side is included. It was an additional $3.75 for a side of plain ole fries, and $0.75 for sauce. In total, this dish ended up being $5 extra dollars (compared to other LHs).

MONGOLIAN WONDER $9.25 - After a lot of indecisiveness, I ended up getting the Mongolian Wonder. I was asked if I wanted white or brown rice. I choose brown rice. I was not informed that it would be an additional charge (my favorite LH includes rice), but it was... $1.50 extra. I was not a fan of the flavor. I've had this dish elsewhere and it was delightful, but not here. It was lacking and underwhelming.

GOLDEN WONTONS $5 - The fried wontons were perfect. Crispy, golden, and deliciously tasty. They, by far, were the best part of the experience.

I had been here once before and tried their baked cheesecake, which is pretty good as well.

The young lady (with awesome pink hair) who took my order at the counter was very nice and patient with us as we made our decisions. I never felt rushed or that she was annoyed. There was a different girl who brought our food, and I was not a fan of how she kept reaching over our food. There was an older gentleman who kept coming up front, and I was not a fan of him sneezing and not covering his mouth (he bowed his head but never covered his mouth).

This location offers vegan gyros, which I haven't seen at other locations. I want to try those, but I don't see myself making the 45 min to an hour drive back out there for OK food and nickel and dime practices.

It always pains me to give lower stars to vegan restaurants, but honestly, the fact that they are vegan is the only reason the rating isn't lower.

Pros: only all vegan restaurant in west valley, baked cheesecake

Cons: too much nickel & diming

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Excellent! - Edit

I couldn't believe it when I heard about a totally vegan place in the west valley!

It didn't disappoint. The food is very tasty (definitely recommend the Texas BBQ and the Lovepuccino) and reasonably priced. I was really impressed by the wide variety of dishes available to choose from. You order at the counter, and they deliver it quickly.

The space is very clean and bright and fresh feeling with lots of vegan info posted around the store.

They even have a rack of vegan goods you can buy and take home.

I will definitely be back.

Pros: Wide variety of dishes, Reasonably priced, It's in the west valley!

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great vegan option for west side!!! - Edit

We've only tried one menu option so far (sweet and sour chicken) and it was great! Can't wait to come back and try more... sweet ownership as well ?

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The fried is so delish!!! I could eat it everyday! - Edit

I love that everything is vegan!

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