Madame Zuzu’s

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1876 1st St (at 1st St & Central), Highland Park, Illinois, USA, 60035

Cafe and tea house featuring some rare teas as well as coffee drinks and vegan pastries. All food is vegan but dairy milk & honey is available for tea/coffee drinks. Also has almond, soy, oat & house-made cashew milk. Food includes grilled cheese with house-made vegan cheese, Impossible meatball sub, chickpea tuna melt, tofu bahn mi, mac & cheese with butternut squash cheese, miso bowl, salads & soup. Many gluten free options available. After being closed for two years, this cafe reopened in a new location in the same town Sept '20. Open Tue-Thu 10:00am-5:00pm, Fri 10:00am-8:00pm, Sat 8:00am-8:00pm, Sun 8:00am-4:00pm. Closed Mon.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, American, Take-out, Gluten-free, Honey

2 Reviews

First Review by WiderVistas

Piggy

Points +68

Vegan
28 Sep 2020

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Everything was unique and so good!!!!!! Plus, it's an added bonus that everything can be made gluten free.

WiderVistas

Points +574

Vegan
14 Sep 2020

Vegan variety

There was a variety of different vegan options to choose from. We opted for the Tofu Banh Mi, Impossible meatball sub, a kids mac & cheese to share and a Do Rite vegan donut for dessert. The sandwiches were served on crunchy, fresh baguette bread with just the right amount of sauce so it wasn't dry and wasn't dripping. The meatball sub tasted like spaghetti on a sandwich in a really good way. Veggies in the Banh mi were fresh & crunchy. The sub and mac & cheese were both lukewarm when we got them (even though we arrived 3 minutes before scheduled pickup) and probably would have tasted better hot. The donut was more of a bundt cake - moist, light, fluffy with a slight zing of lemon and sweetness from a dusting of powdered sugar. Staff was friendly when they brought out our order (curbside pickup) and the tables outside were all clean and well spaced apart. Everything was packed in biodegradable packaging.

Pros: Vegan variety, Vegan baked goods, Biodegradable to go containers

Cons: Offer cow's milk & honey for drinks, A little pricey (especially without sides)

JuliaAmelina

26 Sep 2020

Hello! Do they still offer cow’s milk and honey for drinks?

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