|Calafia Cafe & Market a-Go-Go ||We have been there 2 times and I enjoy the vegan love fest pizza, with a side of the braised greens & almond butter(which makes the pizza even better). Recently I tried the tofu rojo wrap, it was OK. This is a good restaurant to go to when you have non-vegans with you, everyone will leave satisfied. There are still are few menu items I haven't tried so we will come back. They also have juices. ||2010-05-16 |
|Blue Mango ||The first thing: as mentioned below, you need to ask for the separate vegetarian menu. When we first walked into the place, there was a to-go vegetarian menu on the right and we ordered from that. (There is no other indication that there is a separate menu.)
The Mango Curry was excellent, with pineapple, raisins, and soft tofu. I agree with the positive Mango Sticky Rice dessert review. ||2007-07-21 |
|Bumblebee Health Foods ||I like this place. I buy my cocoa powder, carob powder, and whole flax seeds here regularly. They also sell unsweetened soynut butter (Trader Joe's only has sweetened) and a variety of soymilks and rice milks.
Unfortunately, they don't sell Nayonnaise nor do they have powdered soymilk -- that's why it's not 5 stars :-).
|The Happy Bamboo ||This all-vegetarian restaurant has too much fried food. Even the veggie fish claypot dish tasted "fatty". But it is tasty. They have sandwiches and boba (pearl) drinks, too. ||2005-12-04 |
|Woodlands ||Woodlands specializes in South Indian food: dosas, idlis, sambar, etc. Pluses: spicy, good service. Minuses: a little too salty. Very wonderful food, 'though. ||2005-09-07 |
|Good Karma ||Positives: excellent service, very friendly. Negatives: a little too salty, too much 5-spice. Also, it is a rather small place -- probably better for take-out/away. ||2005-07-23 |