6 Reviews

First Review by clovely.vegan

cute shop, tasty treats! - Edit

I’ve had a lot of vegan donuts!! These were pretty darn good, but not the best! They have different flavors every day- we picked up on of each of the five they had available glazed, churro, red velvet, lavender chocolate and rose water pistachio (Valentine’s Day flavors).
We sat and ate in which was a comfortable and cute counter to dine at. The only thing that wasn’t very good was the service. No smile, no eye contact, short one word answers. It wouldn’t stop me from going back but really did take away from the experience

Pros: fun flavors, tasty treats , easy parking

Cons: service was lacking

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Not fully vegan, should be title vegetarian, beware - Edit

This establishment has been advertising themselves as vegan. I've had a sugar doughnut from them in the past (which tasted great) however, this review isn't solely for taste. While I was leaving the shop, I noticed a doughnut with fruity pebbles on it. Being that I've been vegetarian for 9 years, and went vegan over two years ago, I had done some research into which cereal companies were safe to consume/support. And fruity pebbles is not one of them. The vitamin D3 is sourced from sheep's wool/fat (in case anyone is interested). When I asked the young guy at the counter, he seemed uncaring, and stated they went by the fan-operated peta 2 site to determine their sources for baking. Despite many other official sites being available. I second-guessed myself, and called the cereal company to confirm, who said no, they are not vegan. Then I second-guessed everything in the counter, I asked if the sprinkles were vegan or if they contained confectioner's glaze (shellac), and he couldn't respond. He said that the owner/baker is not vegan, and came from a Publix bakery, so he's not sure who verified the sources...to say I was displeased is an understatement. The owner does not have to be vegan to run a strong vegan restaurant, but please do your research directly with manufacturers when trying to serve a very specific community. Otherwise, it's misleading. I will not eat here or their sister company Valhalla due to their direct lack of concern regarding this matter.

Eat at your own risk if you are strictly vegan.

Pros: tasted good

Cons: not vegan, possibly not vegetarian, disinterested in the cause

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Beats Dunkin Donuts! - Edit

I’ve been getting donuts there multiple times now (including my parents picking up the donuts for me) and all those times those donuts were delicious; better than Dunkin Donuts! Both my non-vegan parents tried the donuts and they said they were delicious, as well. I also love how creative they are with the donuts and ice cream, as well. The only bad thing I have is that I live in Apopka and that city is desperately in need of a vegan restaurant, so please build another in Apopka.

Pros: Great donuts, Carnivore and Omnivore Approved

Cons: Build another one in Apopka

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I'm not usually a donut person but - Edit

When I found out there was a vegan donut shop in my area I had to give it a try! I had the cookies-and-scream and even brought one to my BF at work! We both loved them. Such a sugar rush afterwards. The donuts are also huge for their price, I can only eat half.

Pros: affordable , yummy, great location

Cons: nowhere to eat inside :(

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best best best - Edit

Best donuts!!! Especially the "Chocolit" one. Different donut options daily. Always fresh and just baked.

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Best donuts of my life! - Edit

This place is a little out of the way for me, but SO worth it. Every donut I tasted here was out of this world good. Every flavor was incredible. I love yeast donuts and Valkyrie does not disappoint. The nugs are good, but not as good as the regular size donuts. They serve regular and soft serve vegan ice cream too. You can even get a donut ice cream sandwich!
No other donut will ever live up to these! Can't wait to go back!

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