Wild Greens has closed, lasting barely 5 months. A bit too upscale, fine dining for most locals. Combine the small portions with non organic yet pricey meals and too much competition in Petaluma. Food was very good in my experience but not enough strong vegan or foodie support. Never noticed much advertising. Still have Govindas and Slice of Life and recently a spat of veg friendly Indian joints.
1st vist - quaint neighborhood joint. Combo Appetizer, soup, and two entrees all very tasty and nicely spiced even tho no garlic/onion. #98 - thin bean curd sheets, edamame, pickled mustard greens - wow - bean curd like pasta. Sweet & Sour Chicken too sweet. Simple, light food - brown rice, complimentary coconut milk, tapioca, mung bean dessert. Will go back. Nice golden decor - tough parking
Really wanted to like this place.The slice / salad was less appetizing than a cheap pizza joint lunch buffet. The vegan cheese didn't really melt or there was so little that it couldn't congeal like baked cheese. Sauce was too sweet and uninspired. Crust was heavy. I like faux meats but the sausage was inedible and the same stuff on my chicken caesar which also was boring and misnamed. Thumbs down
3 Dog Morning burrito was delicious and gigantic. Made a great next day lunch. Soy Chai was good. Atmosphere is communal - think of it as our very own Sizzler! Call your order ahead to avoid lines. Probably has some misses but I haven't found one yet.