Vegan House

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 19 reviews )

2703 W Sunset Blvd (at besides Comfort Inn, Silver Lake), Los Angeles, California, USA, 90026

Vegetarian restaurant with an extensive menu of Thai food dishes in addition to veggieburgers, salads, wraps, vegan sushi, and more. Prices cheap to moderate. Casual and spacious setting. Parking in lot. Different ownership than the Vegan House on N. Wilcox, Hollywood. Open Mon-Sun 11:00am-10:00pm.

Category: Vegan, American, Thai, Fast food, Delivery, Take-out

Reviews (19)

First Review by VeggieHeather

It was cool - Edit

Let's just say for an $8ish lunch special (my bf got the orange chicken lunch special and I got the chicken curry), we ended up ordering pad thai afterwards because we were filled up yet. Taste is alright.

Pros: Lots of options

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Subpar! - Edit

Subpar. I was influenced by the good yelp reviews and was let down big time. The staff was friendly but unattentive, we waited forever to get our check at the end of the meal. The restaurant had a very strong smell of cleaning products that made me feel like I was sitting in a public restroom to eat. I looked around and it didn't look very clean for the intense smell of pinesol or whatever it was. As far as the food, average at best. Nothing special. I would also hate to blame the restaurant as food poisoning can come from anything I could have eaten that day but I did have pretty bad stomach issues that entire night. There are much better vegan restaurants than vegan house in my opinion.

Pros: friendly staff

Cons: inattentive staff, strong smell of pinesol , Strong chance food might have made me sick

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Bland - Edit

I got the seafood fried rice and French fries. There was little to no seasoning on both, and the fried rice way way too oily. I couldn't identify what exactly was in the rice and the vegan shrimp had a very strange texture. It was a waste to spend $24 on cheap takeout style food. I would not recommend.

Cons: oily, bland, expensive

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YUM!! - Edit

I had the chicken burger and fries. It was so good and crispy. I've also had the veggie tempura. There was a wide variety of veggies and the dipping sauce was delicious. Delivery was fast and my order was accurate.

Pros: Cheap , Fast Delivery , Wide Variety

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Great Food, Great Service, Huge Menu - Edit

The menu is very large and the service was very friendly and eager. They had some need combos. I would recommend the orange chicken, they got the texture just right on that. One of my spring rolls was still cold on the inside but not frozen. I will come back here.

Pros: friendly staff, good portions, huge menu

Cons: spring roll was cold, weird lighting

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Thai - Edit

I love my Thai vegan food , excellent and fresh food,

Pros: good value , excellent food , good staff

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Thai Vegetarian - Edit

I had read about this place on happycow, and here's my Vegan House review.

There are nearly 20 Thai vegan restaurants in the greater LA area, and most of them display very similar menus. Vegan House is was originally affiliated with Truly Vegan, though I'm not sure if that's the case now, but the food is less like fast food.

Here is sit-down table service in a larger space. Was here for dinner. Although the service was slow, the Thai flavors were quite delightful. We ordered the fresh spring rolls with soyfish (fair), a tom kah vege soup (good), and a green curry (nice flavor). Our major complaint was that the chef did not add bamboo shoots and eggplant in the curry (as stated on menu). But overall, I am pleased to see another vegetarian restaurant open in Los Angeles.

Pros: has parking lot, good flavors

Cons: service can be slow

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Great! - Edit

I love this place. Yummy cheesecake. Nice variety. Always friendly and fast service. Reasonably priced. Parking is cramped, but welcome to LA!

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Disappointing - Edit

I was hoping to find a good local vegan restaurant but did not. Service was unfriendly and slow. The man at the counter looked like I was bothering him when I walked in. Later during my stay I heard him yelling at a customer for complaining about the food. I ordered Pad Thai and it basically had no flavor at all. I ate quickly so I could leave as the atmosphere in the restaurant was uncomfortable. I can't recommend this restaurant, and I won't be returning.

Cons: atmosphere, food

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Oily, without flavor - Edit

My spouse and I Went there in August 2011 visiting from out of town, and couldn't finish my meal, not because it was too much food, but the amount of oil in each meal was simply suffocating. Had the noodle dish and was very disappointed. Went to finish our dinner at a different place. Avoid at all cost

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Good food - Edit

I think the lady had trouble understanding my wife's order so it's probably not a bad idea to over clarify yourself here. Besides that the food was really good. I think this place and the Vegan Joint on National are incredibly similar. They have tiramisu which is now, possibly my favorite dessert.

Pros: tiramisu, messed up our order a little

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tofu and veggies - Edit

The tofu was kind of soggy, the spring rolls were really good. The carrot cake sucked! It was spongy and the frosting was really gross, it didn't have any nuts or raisins in it- very disappointing

Pros: parking, brown rice, desserts

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Pretty good (but careful what you order?) - Edit

I went to eat here with two non-vegan friends in April and everyone enjoyed their meals. There was lots to choose from on the menuand everyone thought their food was quite tasty. I would eat here again for sure... however as a result of this blog post - I would be careful about what I ordered here and avoid some of the fake meats. The Sunset Strip location is pretty convenient.

Pros: decent prices, lots to choose from, friendly staff

Cons: some items may not be vegan

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good food and prices - Edit

The place is very nice, they have so many choices (thai food, burgers, wraps, desserts). We had chicken nuggets (they were extraordinary!), Chow Mein (it was fine, but was lacking flavor), and brown rice sushi with soy tuna. The sushi were pretty good (they served a lot). We were not able to finish the food, portions are huge (especially for this price).

Pros: decent food, affordable, friendly staff

Cons: the parking lot is under construction

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Good place for transitioning veggies - Edit

This jack of all trades/master of none eatery is a great place for new vegetarians to eat, as they have a TON of cuisines and rely heavily on fake meats. Friendly staff. We had a cashew stir fry dish that was tasty enough. NOTE: The portions are tremendous--make sure to share or don't order more than two things.

Pros: nice staff, good for new vegetarians

Cons: needs a specialty, should deviate from so much fake meats, portions are too big

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Really Good - Edit

This place has a huge menu, inlcuding wraps, sushi, burgers, salads and pancakes. The burgers and wraps are big and delicous! This place has a nice atmosphere and you can watch TV while you eat!

Pros: well-priced

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pretty good, but inconsistent - Edit

I have been here twice, and so far the service seems a little inconsistent. The first time the food and service were great- my boyfriend and I ordered the stir fry and cashew nut entrees, plus wonton soup, and the food was amazing. Next time, we ordered "Chow Mein" and "Pad Wood Sen", plus fresh spring rolls. The Chow Mein was great, but the Pad Wood Sen lacked cilantro, which I'm pretty sure is important to how this dish tastes- it didn't taste right without it.
Afterwards, we decided to have dessert. We both ordered the chocolate banana cake. What a huge disappointment! Do NOT order the cakes unless they have been made that day! Our waitress told us the cakes are not made every day. Unfortunately, the cake we had was extremely dry- and not very fresh. When we told her this, she at first absolutely refused to switch the cake out with their other dessert, a vegan cheesecake, saying that we wouldn't like cheesecake because it was made at the same time as the banana chocolate cake.
After speaking with her manager, she finally agreed to serve us the cheesecake, reluctantly.

Avoid their cakes unless you know for sure that they're no more than a day old- the employees may or may not admit this. At least the cheesecake is great!

Pros: another vegan restaurant, great hours , parking lot

Cons: inconsistent service, inconsistent food

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not consistent - Edit

i agree that on several occasions i have had marvelous food - well worth the price. however a couple of times the food [take out] was not more than average and on my last take out the food was so bad i could not eat it.

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