Satsuma Cafe

  • Veg-friendly Veg-friendly
    ( 8 reviews )

3218 Dauphine St, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, 70117

Serves meat, vegan options available. Funky hip coffee shop in the Bywater. Offers healthy breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner options. Has Wi-Fi. Open Mon-Sun 7:00am-7:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, American, Juice bar, Non-veg

Reviews (8)

First Review by nolaveggirl

Must-visit when in New Orleans! - Edit

Worth it for the walk alone, Satsuma is located in the quiet, residential Bywater neighborhood, a world away from the touristy bustle (and street hustle) of the French Quarter. Their staff was very friendly during my two visits. The casual decor inside is comfortable and inviting and they also have seating outside in pretty, plant-shaded courtyard. The food menu is extensive with some good vegan options. They also have a full coffee bar and fresh juices, something for everyone really. I chose the tofu and black bean breakfast and a Green Drink juice. The meal was flavourful and very filling, I almost couldn't finish it! Would highly recommend this place to anyone.

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Love it! Cute cafe with incredible cookies! - Edit

Satsuma cafe has a friendly and creative buzz. There are delicious sandwich and salad options for vegans. We ate here a few times, and even walked all the way from the Garden District. It is a really cute, creative, and unique place. And the chocolate-coconut-almond cookies we had were out of this world!

Pros: great vibe, delectable cookies, creative buzz

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Perfect place to read, relax, meet, and eat! - Edit

I love coming to Satsuma for a coffee or freshly-squeezed juice (their 'Immune Booster' is my personal fave!) The staff are always smiley and cheerful, and the tofu/blackbean scramble never fails to satisfy. They even have Earth Balance to spread on their yummy toast! Come check out Satsuma!

Pros: Atmosphere, Food , Juice

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cool andy yummie place to hang out - Edit

everything was just so damn good! They have very much (and delicious) options for vegans!
What they still should have for breakfast is an (vegan) oatmeal!
Nice atmosphere, very individual and personal.

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Great neighborhood spot - Edit

I felt like I'd been transported to trendy Bushwick or Williamsburg in NYC, which could be good or bad depending on one's perspective. The tofu scramble was delicious, full of black beans and tofu, to power my afternoon bike ride. Soy milk for coffee obviously no problem. Prices comparable to NYC also; for us on vacation no problem. But if I lived there on a New Orleans salary I might hesitate. Also, one or two more vegan choices would be great! I counted one vegan breakfast option, one salad, and one sandwich.

Pros: tofu scramble, coffee

Cons: prices, thin on vegan options

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cool - Edit

hip and crowded but a decent spot to get a tofu scramble or a fresh juice if you stay in the neighborhood

Pros: iced coffee, tofu scramble, hip

Cons: crowded , pricey

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thumbs up - Edit

The large coffee comes in an oversized mug and was overly superdelicious -- must have been the agave sweetener, yum. They had a special of a vegan portobello and spinach sandwich with pesto. It was soooo green and savory, my first thought was to wonder how long the specials last so that maybe I could come back tomorrow and order it again! The service was very fast (maybe the specials are ready to go). It's a hip place with art on the walls and a laid back atmosphere. Oh, also the sign outside is neato: black with orange transparent letters that reflect as you walk by.

Pros: high open ceiling, art on walls, on rt5 busline, few blocks from rt88 bus

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Yummy Veggie Sandwich - Edit

I have enjoyed their veggie sandwich, which comes with locally grown, in-season veggies such as eggplant and squash. I asked for the vegan pesto and vegan cheese and it was delicious, albeit expensive-around $8 or $9. It does come with a fresh, delicious side salad though and they usually have vegan soup. Plan on staying for a little while-service can be slow so be patient. Cool little cafe.

Pros: Vegan Pesto, Vegan Cheese, Healthy

Cons: Slow, Expensive

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