• Wild Oak Cafe

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  • White Veg-options

Serves meat, vegan options available. Typical Southern California cuisine menu. Offers a breakfast burrito with tofu scramble, soyrizo, Daiya vegan cheese. At lunch a vegan veggie wrap and a portobello burger (ask for vegan). Open Mon-Sat 6:00am-7:00pm, Sun 8:00am-2:00pm.

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2 Reviews

First Review by chobesoy


Points +26

24 Feb 2017

everyone I took here loved this place!

It's good enough that they serve healthier and vegan/ vegetarian friendly options. I disagree with the negative review on here because everyone I've been taking to this place with me loved it and specifically often even craved the dishes served here. I also love the convenient location which works very well for me.



Points +1027

22 Feb 2017

Delightful but not worth a trip

This is a lovely cafe, nestled in a quiet and pretty area of Glendale; however, unless you're nearby already, it's not worth going just for the food. Yes, there are tasty meals, and foodie type treats, but it's for the omnivores. The breads are fantastic, and the sidewinder fries are excellent (like large crispy corkscrews) but otherwise, it's overpriced for what you get. After getting my order wrong (a rather sobering bite into sausage and bacon), they were really nice and apologetic and got my vegan burrito out quickly which I appreciated. Unfortunately, while there was the tofu scramble and soyrizo in there, it was mostly country potatoes, which made it very dry. It was also pretty small, making the $12 a hefty price tag. Thankfully, I had a lot of those fries to keep me content.
Omnivorous friends will enjoy the sandwiches -I hear the chicken was very good - the other breakfast burrito (which was eaten for me) got an "ok" but again, a bit too dry with all the potatoes in there. For the price you pay, you're enjoying an excursion to a nice area and a delightful cafe with a soothing outdoor setting, but the food isn't worth the trip alone. To make the trip worthwhile though, Donut Friend is about 15 minutes away.

Pros: ambiance, baked goods, delicious for omnivores

Cons: only one vegan option , overpriced

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