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First Review by heatherdamnit

Dependibly Good - Edit

The restaurant is tucked out of the way on the side of a small retail building. It is next to the Pueblo in Crown Bay and across the street from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles.

The proprietor, Francine, will walk you through the ingredients. Not all of their dishes are vegan and some, which are put on a separate steam table, may contain meat.

This is very good West Indian-type cuisine. A small plate is $10 and a filling lunch for me. For that, you get as much as fits in the container. A typical meal might be peas and rice with a curried tofu plus a side or two of corn or local pumpkin. She usually has smaller hand-held treats like lentil balls or Pate' - an empanada-like turnover pastry. While they typically contain meat, she makes hers with TVP.

Pros: Good Food, Great Prices

Cons: No Ambiance Whatsoever, A Bit Out of the Way


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Great Vegan Options - Edit

Great little restaurant just past downtown with vegan breakfast and lunch/dinner options. Menu changes daily so stop by or call. Loved the tofu scramble and lentil loaf with mashed potatoes.

The lady behind the counter was extremely friendly and even took time to call the owner to verify that the bread was vegan!

This is outside the tourist area so make arrangements with a taxi to pick you up as its about a 30 minute and HOT walk to Chatlotte Amalia.


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