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Comment Archives: Locations: Dining: Vegetarian

Re: “Drink Art

great food

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Posted by Lucious Sanders on 11/25/2014 at 7:38 PM

Re: “Kale Me Crazy

I prefer Bamboo Juices. They deliver to my house. https://www.bamboojuices.com/

Posted by Hadi Irvani on 10/23/2014 at 2:38 PM

Re: “Cross Creek Cafe

One of the best burgers intown...definitely the best onion rings... the stiff cocktails are great too...

Posted by Wild Bill on 07/08/2014 at 9:23 AM

Re: “Green Sprout

I went to Green Sprout yesterday for the first time and really enjoyed my meal I ordered the drumstick appetizer with a spicy ponzu sauce, very tasty. I than ordered the cutlet which was light and crispy and served over fresh broccoli with a delicious brown sauce. The service was friendly and calming. The girl eating across from me says she eats at Green Sprout every Tuesday well maybe we can start a tuesday Green Sprout club because Im hooked

Posted by Rebecca Shoo on 03/07/2014 at 2:59 PM

Re: “World Peace Cafe

Delicious vegetarian food, meditation practices, beautiful and interesting artwork, art and jewelry sold = a wonderful vegetarian dining experience.

1 like, 1 dislike
Posted by Raveena on 01/03/2012 at 7:15 PM

Re: “Soul Vegetarian Restaurant No. 2

So we went to eat at the one in Virginia Highlands because of all the great reviews. I am a vegetarian, but my husband is not. I thought this was a vegetarian restaurant, so I figured there would at least be mac and cheese or mashed potatoes or something he would eat. It is a VEGAN restaurant, and none of their food contains animal products. It was okay, but all in all, I wasn't really impressed. We had the eggless salad as an appetizer (which I thought was awful), and the orange lentil soup (very nice, and spicy), and I had the gyro, which actually must have been sweetened with something which was weird. My husband tried the 'chicken fried steak with mac and cheese and broccoli' the mac was weird, the steak was okay, but I've had better 'fake steak.' All in all I was really disappointed. There are so many other excellent places to eat in the Highlands, I really didn't feel like it was worth the trip.

1 like, 1 dislike
Posted by Nikki on 05/03/2009 at 10:47 AM

Re: “Soul Vegetarian Restaurant No. 2

http://www.soulvegetarian.com/restaurants.php correct website url above

Posted by ksm on 04/03/2009 at 5:41 PM

Re: “Cafe Sunflower - Sandy Springs

I dont have a hard time getting my non-veggie friends to eat here. Its really tasty food, contrary to what many carnivorous people think of vegetarian cuisine.

Posted by Dara on 07/04/2008 at 4:08 PM

Re: “Soul Vegetarian Restaurant No. 2

This place offers GOOD vegetarian/vegan food without being over-the-top. The menu caters to my non-veggie friends tastes and has a very chill atmosphere.

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Posted by Dara on 07/04/2008 at 4:02 PM

Re: “Cross Creek Cafe

strong drinks and good food in a loungey atmosphere. It is out of style and I like it.

Posted by Bailey on 06/09/2008 at 9:59 AM

Re: “Living Food Delights

....raw vegan establishments in atlanta...as the article states, the prices are a tad bit high, and also said in the article, and i'm paraphrasing, i LOVE it and am always more than happy to pay the price. a full course meal usually takes me a couple of days to finish anyway, so to me it's well worth the cost. my ultimate goal is to be 100% raw vegan. the vegetables are always fresh and crisp. seasoning is just right, and being able to talk with the owner (i think her name is Aggie?) while i wait for my food is always a joy. word to the wise, most raw vegan and vegetarian places take a little while to get your food to you but be patient and you will be very glad...

Posted by L. Andrews on 05/31/2008 at 12:08 AM

Re: “Banaras

BANARAS HAS CLOSED :-( WHAT HAPPENED TO SUCH A WONDERFUL RESTAURANT?

Posted by Ann Simmonds on 05/07/2008 at 11:37 PM

Re: “Stella Neighborhood Trattoria

I'm going to keep this short. Pizza was fine. Nothing to write home about, but not bad either. Mussels appetizer - not fresh and they were salted like there was no tomorrow. The shrimp scampi - horrendous. The amount of salt (sound familiar) they used made the dish nearly inedible. What's worse though - the pasta was clumpy and stuck together. Tried the meatballs - bad flavor, over cooked, and just not tasty. Not to mention - they are still waiting for their liquor license (which is more than okay). What isn't okay: They still charge a corkage fee. Go to Baronda or someplace like that for simple italian.

Posted by give me a break on 03/22/2008 at 4:19 PM

Re: “Green Sprout

DO NOT ORDER FROM THIS RESTAURANT!!!! I ORDERED FROM THERE ON 02/07/2008 AND EITHER SOMEONE IN THE KITCHEN OR THE DELIVERY DRIVER SPIT IN THE FOOD. THERE WAS A BIG PILE OF MUCOUS IN THE FOOD CONTAINER UPON BEING DELIVERED. AGAIN, DO NOT ORDER FROM THIS RESTAURANT.

Posted by DON'T DO IT on 02/07/2008 at 9:15 PM

Re: “Java Monkey

where to start really? free wi-fi, free nightly live music and open mic poetry, fair-trade organic coffee and the food....well, the food rocks! their new spinach salad is the bomb! i saw they even have breakfast biscuits now. it has everything i need to get through my day. i love the monkey!

Posted by beth on 01/18/2008 at 2:03 PM

Re: “Banaras

I WAS ONE OF THE FIRST TO REVIEW THIS RESTAURANT HAVE BEEN VISITING THE PLACE SINCE IT OPENED AND MUST SAY THAT EVER MEAL OF MINE IN THIS PLACE HAS BEEN GOOD. BUT IT IS THE HOSPITALITY OF ITS OWNER RAYOMAND UMRIGAR (RAYMOND)WHICH KEEPS ME AND MY WIFE GOING BACK AND I CAN UNDERSTAND WHY MEREDITH FORD SPEAKS SO HIGHLY ABOUT HIM. I HAVE NEVER COME ACROSS SUCH A HIGH STANDARD OF SERVICE IN SOME OF ATLANTA'S MOST EXPENSIVE RESTAURANTS. WE ARE AT A POINT WHERE WE DO NOT EAT INDIAN ELSEWHERE AND OUR IDEA OF GOING THERE IS TO SEE RAYMOND WHOSE WIT AND HUMOR WE LOVE. SO AS WE NEAR THANKSGIVING AND NOT MANY OF US THINK OF THE PEOPLE THAT TAKE CARE OF US IN OUR DAY TO DAY LIFE I TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY OF THANKING YOU MY DEAR FRIEND FOR MAKING EVERY MEAL A MEMORABLE ONE WISH YOU EVEN GREATER SUCCESS.

Posted by JOHN ROSENFELD on 11/09/2007 at 3:14 PM

Re: “Banaras

Agree with Chad. Both Rayoman and Edwin are very accomodating and shower attention on their guests. The food definitely a few notches better than the run-of-the-mill stuff you find at other indian restaurants. -sekhar

Posted by Sekhar on 11/04/2007 at 2:35 PM

Re: “Banaras

Have the Thali. I've been eating here for a year. This is the best Indian restaurant in Atlanta per my experience. They remember you when you come back and the owner takes a lot of pride in his food.

Posted by Chad on 08/28/2007 at 12:37 AM

Re: “Soul Vegetarian Restaurant No. 2

Eating here is sure to make you feel good about yourself, even if you aren't a vegetarian (I'm not) or a health nut (I'm *definitely* not). Many of these dishes will fool you into thinking they have meat, fat, and cholesterol when, in fact, some have none of the above. The sesame house salad dressing is awesome, and as others have stated, the kalebone is delish, but my pick is definitely the gyro (be advised though: it is definitely a bit messy). The waitstaff are always very friendly and accommodating. One caveat though: if you don't like your water served at room temperature, make sure you ask for ice!

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Posted by Stefan on 08/08/2007 at 10:36 AM

Re: “Cafe Sunflower - Sandy Springs

Sometimes I wish I could move into this place because the food is great. It is often difficult finding a good place to eat as a vegetarian, but it is awesome to come here and be able to eat everything on the menu. This place is great for vegetarians and meat-eaters alike.

Posted by Doctah on 07/06/2007 at 2:23 PM

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