Neatloaf Sandwich: The restaurant’s best-selling sandwich features two thick slices of its famous neatloaf, made from grains, eggs, ricotta cheese, tofu and spices blended together and baked and topped with a tangy tomato-based sauce, on whole wheat or ciabatta bread. If you want it vegan, it’s available by request.
Other Dishes to Try: Curry Wrap, Roasted Vegetable Ravioli
Baked Vegan Spinach Artichoke Fondue: With roasted peppers, spinach cashew cream, truffle oil, and pita bread (or living chips), this is a local favorite. As one Yelp reviewer notes, it’s “warm, gooey and delicious…crisp on the outside and moist and tender on the inside.”
Other Dishes to Try: Truffle Macaroni and Cheese (vegan version available), Source Salad, Moo Lettuce Tacos, Chipwich
Sea Bass Eggplant: Locals agree that this faux fish dish ranks supreme. The eggplant “melts in your mouth” and the fish “tastes like sea bass” and is “so damn good!”
Other Dishes to Try: Lotus Root, Veggie Deluxe, Pai Pai Tofu Balls with Broccoli
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Garden Vegan Burger: This organic tofu burger is made from soybeans and veggies, and served on a toasted, organic whole-wheat bun with organic mixed greens, veggies, mustard, and mayonnaise.
Other Dishes to Try: Green Noodle Soup, Vegan Wrap, Vegan Mediterranean Plate
King Trumpet Mushroom and Hearts of Palm Ceviche: This clever spin on the Peruvian dish pairs mushrooms and hearts of palms with chili kumara coconut leche de tigre , avocado, heirloom tomato, Belgian endive, radish and crisp corn hominy. Perfect acidity and crunch!
Other Dishes to Try: Sweet Potato Tamale, Black Garlic Sweet Soy Glazed Tempeh, Crusted King Trumpet Mushrooms, Tempura Oyster Mushrooms