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In the Bowl is a meat-free noodle house serving rich soups, sweet curries, and all manner of noodle dishes. The menu has items categorized as "episodes". You'll find the starter episode, curry episode, noodle episode, and soup episode. Each dish comes with your choice of "chicken," "beef," "pork," or "shrimp," — all soy-based protein products that taste just like the real deal. The noodles and noodle soups, topped with sprouts, cilantro, and green onions, are served with savory broths and sauces. The curries boast the perfect blend of sweet and spice, for a rich and exotic flavor. In The Bowl is a great place to stop for lunch or grab take-out for dinner, and is arguably the best vegetarian noodle shop around.
A haven for vegetarians, Veggie Grill outlets are present in multiple states in the USA. Their Seattle outlet on Terry Avenue, like the other restaurants, offers a range of delicious American fast food with a difference. Everything on the menu is a hundred percent vegetarian and there are plenty of vegan options available as well. Low on fats but high on nutrition, these offerings do not compromise on taste, which keeps the patrons returning. The prices are quite reasonable, giving people only more incentive to come.
Renowned in the Seattle area and beyond, this vegetarian restaurant has kept its neighborhood feel. The interior is contemporary and uncluttered. Dark floors, light wood tables and chairs, big windows and fresh flowers make Cafe Flora a calming spot. Patrons include upwardly mobile and well-established residents from the surrounding neighborhoods. Gourmet tacos, fajitas and Wild Mushroom Curry Pasta grace the always innovative menu. Start with an artful salad then try a heartier main dish. The weekend brunch is superb.
Run by the Sri Chinmoy Center, this pretty little restaurant adheres to the spiritual teachings of Sri Chinmoy, an Indian guru. Here you will find a peaceful oasis and good vegetarian food. Located in the heart of the University District, Silence-Heart-Nest features an international menu, but excels in its Indian dishes and chutneys. Waitresses wear traditional saris and soft Indian music plays in the background. After satisfying your appetite, you can delve deeper into the spiritual world by visiting the Journey's Dawn bookstore, also operated by the center.
Vegetarians have finally found a gem in the form of Georgetown Liquor Company, which caters mainly to vegetarians and vegans. With a dive bar atmosphere, the place has a laid back vibe. However, one does not come here for the decor or service; patrons throng this place for its diverse vegetarian fare as well as relatively cheap drinks. This quirky little restaurant and bar, features a popular happy hour that draws in quite the crowd. The legend of the Tempeh Reuben sandwich and Enterprise Veggie burger with green salad is visible on most of the tables. Whoever said vegetarianism is boring, should come right here!
The word "jhanjay" in Thai means 'vegetarian dishes,' which is exactly what you'll find at this Wallingford area Thai restaurant. With no meat on the menu whatsoever, Jhanjay serves up delicious vegetarian and vegan-styled Thai staples such as pad thai, green curry and basil fried rice. But don't think only herbivores enjoy this place – meat-eating patrons frequently comment that the food at Jahnjay is so good, they don't even miss the meat!
Acclaimed for its happy hour prices, this gem of Georgetown is a must-visit place. It serves delightful sandwiches with both meat and vegetarian options to them. Vegan varieties are also offered. The menu includes names like Little Brat for a corned beef sandwich or Fire Cracker for a turkey sandwich. The Veggie Sub is also a great option. Also famous is the breakfast menu that feeds crowds of locals on weekends. The venue also hosts bike races and shows that see lots of locals taking part in them. Dine outdoors in summer to cherish the light breeze and the pleasant sun biting into the marvelous food.
Vegan Haven is, just as the name describes, the premiere destination for vegans, vegetarians and health-conscious individuals in Washington. The states only 100% vegan store, Vegan Haven allows shoppers with dietary restrictions to shop with confidence. Items ranging from prepared food products to cruelty-free cosmetics and accessories to dairy-free sweet treats are stocked in abundance at this charming alternative grocery. Best of all, your money will go to Vegan Haven's parent company, Pigs Peace Sanctuary. This altruistic organization rescues unwanted pigs and other farm animals and provides them with a safe, nurturing home, plenty of grazing land and attentive medical care. A wonderfully stocked store with a great mission, Vegan Haven is a must stop for vegans and all pig lovers.
Seattle is not big on vegan dining establishments, and for those who have those dietary restrictions, it may be hard to come across good restaurants choices. One of the sole vegan-ventures in the University District, Pizza Pi, lets vegans enjoy delicious pizzas that are healthy and consciously prepared. The choices are not limited and apart from pizzas you can also enjoy great appetizers, salads, sandwiches, calzones and desserts. Must-trys for those visiting for the first time would have to be the Phoni-Pepperoni, Southwestern, Rainy Day and Cheesesteak. Also don't forget to ask for the Santa Cruz Ginger Ale, the best choice from the drinks selection.
Bring your mind and body into a healthy balance with Thrive. This restaurant in Seattle is a big name in the city on account of its healthy and holistic menu that offers a variety of vegan and raw-vegan dishes. Their salads, vegetarian sushi rolls, soups and Warm Grain bowls are delicious, light and healthy. You can sip on fruit smoothies or fresh juice along with your meal. Drop in for their special breakfast bowls early in the morning and give your day a healthy start. The restaurant also organizes classes on how to cook delicious vegan food.