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I was wondering what the best vegetarian restaurant in London is? It’s my girlfriends birthday soon and want to take her to somewhere special. Reasonably priced though. We’re both vegetarian. Thanks!
according to urbanspoon it’s Mildreds..
but you can find a complete list here
Watch Chef Skai create the most delicious and simple veggie burger around…using sprouted lentils. You can also use other beans/legumes in the same way: Chickpeas, Mung, Black eye, Black beans….etc. And you can mix them too!
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I am looking for a great vegetarian restaurant in the Sydney area. Any one know of one?
There are actually several vegetarian and veg-friendly restaurants listed for Sydney in the online restaurant directory VegDining.com. You might want to check out this list, and the reviews submitted by people who have actually dined there.
Here’s the link:
Fine vegetarian food at a reasonable price from a delicious buffet in the heart of London! Try Tibits, on Heddon St, just off Regent St a few blocks north of Piccadilly Circus. Part of a Swiss chain, associated with Hiltl Restaurant in Zurich, this newcomer is sure to please. See more at http://www.tourvideos.com
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There is an increasing number of vegan and vegetarian restaurants (including those of ethnic cuisines) on L.A.’s "west side," including "raw" restaurants. Which ones are your favorites, and why? I would include all the areas around Santa Monica also such as Venice, West L.A., Culver City, Marina del Rey, Inglewood, etc.
I’m wondering about R. Crumb’s suggestion of "Gardenburger" in Santa Monica. I can’t seem to find it on the internet. Where is it? I’m only familiar with the veggie PRODUCT called Gardenburger. Thanks!
You’re right on the money about there being more and more veg*an restaurants nowadays. I’m sending you the link to a list of vegetarian and vegan restaurants in the area, it has been updated recently and is the most up-to-date on the web. Apparently California is one of the most veg-friendly places in the world, judging from the number of veg**an restaurants there.
Here it is:
RESTAURANTS IN AJMER,NON VEGETARIAN RESTAURANTS IN AJMER, VEGETARIAN RESTAURANTS IN AJMER,NON VEGETARIAN RESTAURANTS AJMER, AJMER NON VEGETARIAN RESTAURANTS
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RECIPE – Vegan Philly Cheesesteak
The Vegetarian Librarian
4 vegan Italian sausages
2 white onions
Chicago Soydairy STRETCHY Mozzarella Teese
1 loaf French bread
Slice sausages into long, thin strips and heat them in the oven or on the stovetop. Sauté onions in olive oil until soft and starting to brown. Slice bread and assemble your sandwich. Layer the soycheese in between the heated sausages and onions to help it melt. Put the whole thing in the oven for a minute or two to speed up the melting and toast the bread a bit. Slice it up and enjoy.
RECIPE – Parsley Potatoes
4 medium sized potatoes
1 clove of garlic, minced
1 handful of fresh parsley (or one tsp. dried)
2 Tbs. olive oil
salt and pepper
Peel and chop potatoes into 1 inch cubes. Finely chop fresh parsley. Combine ingredients in a bowl. Season with S&P to taste. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 30 minutes or until potatoes are soft, turning potatoes every 10-15 minutes while cooking.
The guys at Chicago Soydairy http://www.chicagosoydairy.com/index.php were so nice to surprise us with a sample of their new, improved and stretchy Mozzarella Vegan Teese (not yet in stores).
I am sure purists may frown upon our interpretation of the Philadelphia classic, but we know something is good when a week later our apartment still smells like onions We had a blast in the City of Brotherly Love last fall. Read about it in our Mid-Atlantic Vegan Dining Adventures post: http://wp.me/pwMJK-cj Highlights included ringing the Liberty Bell and filling up on vegan dim sum at Kingdom of Vegetarians Restaurant… but sadly no vegan cheese steaks. Any one know where you can get one when in Philly?
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This cool restaurant has a name that always reminds one of a song. With a name that means ‘happy dervish’, ‘Mast Kalandar’ definitely sets your tummy and spirit on a happy note with its yummy vegetarian food and delightful atmosphere.
Meet Gaurav Jain: he and his wife Pallavi quit comfortable corporate jobs to put their money into their first restaurant in Bangalore a few years ago. Today, their quick service chain is in three cities and they aim to open the 100th outlet next year. Watch the webisode to discover what down-to-earth Gaurav has to share about Entrepreneurship and having his wife as his Business Partner.
Check out Mast Kalandar’s menu at www.mastkalandar.com
License at http://www.paya.com/videos/147650
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On my recent trip to Philippines, I had a chance to catch-up with Chiqui Mabanta, owner of my favorite vegan/vegetarian restaurant in Manila — Corner Tree Cafe. I’m thrilled to hear that Corner Tree Cafe made Asia Tatler Dining’s Best Restaurants again this year. With love, Tessa
Video by Mark Chester Ang — www.markches.com
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