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Ultimate Guide Reviews
Shangri-La Shangri-La is a cozy Chinese Buddhist restaurant on Irving Street that serves consistently good food at good prices. This small, informal restaurant has excellent hot-and-sour soup as well as delicious dumplings and tasty twice-fried tofu. Also, for those who may be interested, the restaurant is certified kosher. 4 stars 2008-07-16
Golden Era The food is so delicious and we have brought many people, veg and non-veg, all of whom have enjoyed it and asked to go back. With various soups, appetizers, tofu and gluten dishes, there’s more than enough for everyone to enjoy themselves. Set in a beautiful, old, large room, it is like an oasis once you are in. Dodgy neighborhood, steps to get in, no alcohol allowed. 4.5 stars 2008-07-16
Lucky Creation Lucky Creation is the best, though not the biggest or cleanest, Chinese vegetarian restaurant in SF. It has terrific food at good prices that can’t be found anywhere else. With their voluminous menu, you are sure to come away not only fully satisfied but also plotting your next visit. Too bad they don’t have a brown rice option. Lucky Creation is truly a gem in the rough. 4.5 stars 2008-07-16
Herbivore Herbivore is a beautifully-designed restaurant, though informal and inviting. Fully vegan, it also tries to use organic ingredients whenever possible. It has an eclectic menu, including grilled vegetables, salads, tacos and burritos, pad thai, pasta dishes, homemade veggie and tempeh burgers, falafel, yummy dipping sauces, smoothies, juices, wines, and much more, all at very reasonable prices. 4.5 stars 2008-07-16
Rainbow Grocery Rainbow Grocery is an all-veg, supermarket-sized, worker-owned, progressive, altruistic cooperative. They sell fresh produce & bulk items, prepared foods & wines, vitamins & supplements, books & mags, soaps & candles, kitchen supplies & much, much more with many organic & fair trade options. Rainbow igenerously donates to public schools & other worthy organizations. Rainbow is a taste of utopia! 5 stars 2008-07-16
MaggieMudd Let's be clear: Maggie Mudd is THE BEST ice cream shop. While having some traditional milk-based ice creams, they also have soy-, coconut-, and almond-based ice creams in a large variety of delicious and decadent flavors. It’s a great place to celebrate ... or simply enjoy a wonderful dessert anytime! 5 stars 2008-07-16
Other Avenues Other Avenues, near the ocean on the N line, is like a little Rainbow Grocery: an all-veg, worker-owned, progressive, environmental cooperative. They try to source from organic farms & local businesses, use solar power, sell only organic fair trade coffee, have a great bulk section, have organic wines, beers, & juices, hummus and cheeses, fresh breads & soy analogs, & have many cool non-food items 4.5 stars 2008-07-16
New Ganges New Ganges is a cozy restaurant across from the southwestern side of Golden Gate Park, near Kezar Stadium. Serving delicious curries and various other traditional Indian dishes. The friendly service will make you feel comfortable as the tasty food will make you feel satiated. 3.5 stars 2008-07-16
Daily Health Daily Health Foods & Deli is a very narrow store near Golden Gate Park. Part vitamin store, part small grocery, part sandwich shop, they have great tofu veggie wraps, nori wraps, tofu and tempeh burgers, and a few amazing (and amazingly healthy) desserts. In addition to vitamins and supplements, they also sell some fresh fruit, juices, soy milks, and the like. 4 stars 2008-07-16
Cha-Ya With locations in Berkeley and San Francisco, Cha-Ya is a rare gem: a vegan Japanese restaurant with scrumptious food, impeccable service, and simple albeit beautiful design. While it is not inexpensive and the portions are generally not large (except for the soups, of which the wakame seaweed is my favorite), each bite is another delight. It’s my son’s favorite restaurant in the city! 4.5 stars 2008-07-16
Weird Fish Weird Fish is weird & sadly even has “risky fish”, but most of what is not fish is vegan (tofu, seitan, tempeh, soy cheese, soy cream). We had the edamame noodle salad w/ spinach/red pepper/sesame/hemp seeds, tofu/seitan tacos w/ mango salsa, beans & plantains w/ soy cream, fish & chips tofu-style which came w/ sweet & regular potato fries & a sesame-ginger dipping sauce along w/ cabbage salad. 4 stars 2008-07-16
Udupi Palace Specializing in south Indian dosa, a stuffed crepe-like dish, they also have uthapam, a pancake-style variation of dosa, in addition to more traditional Indian curries, such as chana masala and vegetable curry. With an all-veg menu, large portions, reasonable prices, great service, nice ambiance, and a good mix of people, Udupi Palace is an instant classic and a new favorite. 5 stars 2008-07-16

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