I used to like this restaurant. They are not vegetarian or vegan, but had enough choices for us, vegans, and servers were cool and music was soft and jazzy. I haven’t been here for a while, then, this time, they disappointed me. Quinoa Balance should be better than this for $17. Everything was edible, but I want my food to be better than edible.
Breakfast: Coffee, Purple Shake
Lunch: Colored Peppers, Roasted Beets, Spelt Toasts
Dinner: Red Cabbage Pasta, Baked Tofu
Breakfast: Coffee, Strawberry/Raspberry/Banana/Tofu Shake
Lunch: Baked Tofu, Kimpira Gobo, Roasted Sweet Potato, Cucumber/Grape Tomato Salad
Dinner: Sweet Miso Mushroom Udon—when I found this recipe online, I thought it would be amazing. It was good, but not amazing.
Dessert: Vegan Brownie
Breakfast: Coffee, Very Berry Shake
Lunch: Butternut Squash Curry, Roasted Sweet Potato, Vegetable Croquet
Dinner: Baked Tofu, Avocado Sashimi, Roasted Sweet Potato, Kimpira Gobo, MIso Soup—pretty much the same thing I ate yesterday.
Breakfast: Coffee, Pink Shake
Lunch:Left-over Fired Rice and Baked Tofu
Dinner: Mustard Leaf Dumplings, Apple—it’s a stormy day. Since we are going to loose electricity, we are eating everything in the fridge before it goes bad.
Breakfast: Coffee, Tropical Shake
Lunch: Falafel with Tahini-Lime Sauce, Sauteed Swiss Chards, Pita, Tomato, Longan—I saw lots of longan in Chinatown this morning. Many Chinese people were hovering over this vendor and buying pounds of longans each. I couldn’t resist.
Dinner: Baked tofu, Sauteed Swiss Chards, Avocado Sashimi, Sweet Brown Rice, Mango, Sesame Ball
Breakfast: Coffee, Green Goddess Shake
Lunch: Baked Tofu, Sticky Black Rice and Baby Spinach with Orange Garlic Dressing, Green Grapes
Dinner at Zen Palate: Curry Supreme—my favorite at Zen Palate.
Snack: rice Pudding with MIxed Berries