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10305 Medlock Bridge Rd, Johns Creek, Georgia, USA, 30097

Serves meat, vegan options available. Italian restaurant with a separate vegetarian menu list. Staff can point out which items are or can be vegan. The angel hair pasta contains no egg, but the rest of the pasta do. The zucchini pasta (made of zucchini not flour) is vegan if you omit the cheese.

Categories: Lacto, Ovo, Italian, Non-veg

1 Review

First Review by happah10

quite a few options for vegETARIANS - Edit

Sugo has a separate vegetarian menu. You will probably need to request it or else you will be looking at the menu that contains meat.
The people I ate here with are neither vegetarians nor vegan but ordered something from the vegetarian menu anyway because Sugo likes to put pork in practically everything.

Without saying that I was vegan, I asked the server, who was quite knowledgeable, what items didn't have egg or dairy and she pointed me in the direction of the Zucchini pasta which "is completely vegan," her exact words. It is actually pasta made from a zucchini. The only pasta that does not contain egg is the angel hair pasta so I had them add some of that to the zucchini pasta for a little extra nurishment. It's not whole grain pasta so don't get too excited and it wasn't something I'd make a special trip for. Needless to say, ovo-lacto vegetarians will have a much easier time than vegans at Sugo as just about everything has dairy or egg, however they will be happy to accommodate for vegans by leaving off cheese but not as far as using dairy-free cheeze.

I also had the spinach salad without any cheese. That I liked more than the entree.

The service is good here and if you're in or near John's Creek, its an upscale option if you had to eat with non-vegans or vegetarians but it wouldn't be a destination for Vegans.

I have a personal policy not to eat at restaurants that serve Foie Gras. While Sugo does not serve Foie Gras, the company that owns Sugo owns a couple of other restaurants in Atlanta, one of which (Cooks & Soldiers) does serve Foie Gras. I didn't know this at the time I ate at Sugo or I probably wouldn't have agreed to go there. Everyone can make their own decision. I'm just putting it out there with the hopes that if the company reads this review that they will reconsider offering Foie Gras at Cooks & Soldiers as that is egregious cruelty by most peoples' standards.

I believe my statements to be true as of the date I'm posting this but like with everything else in life, the situation with Sugo is subject to change without notice.

Pros: separate vegetarian menu, good service, can leave off the cheese

Cons: limited choices without egg or dairy

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