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Ultimate Guide Reviews
Loving Hut Ordered Vietnamese noodle soup Bn B Huế $6.95 & 2 "egg" custard tarts $3.45 to go. Didn't realize til later that perilla, bean sprouts, lettuce & chilis for soup were missing--either they forgot, or don't know how to make Viet food. Soup just wasn't the same w/out accompaniments--and they were cheap on tofu. Tarts had texture & floury taste of Play-Do. Also using banned plastic bags & boxes :( 2.5 stars 2008-11-29
New World Vegan Overpriced & In-authentic. The Feijoada was nothing more than over-salty black bean soup and veggie hot dog slices with diced tomato and onion garnish. Too bad they didn't put in bay leaves, cumin or other traditional spices to make it less bland. The Gumbo was a salty brown soup that tasted like turkey stuffing. The brown rice was mealy. Only the sauteed greens, a cheap/free side dish, were good. 1.5 stars 2007-07-16
Pizza Plaza After reading all the rave reviews about the vegan pizza, my actual experience was rather disappointing. Disappointing taste and ingredient quality. I ordered a $30 extra-large pizza with 1/2 Vegan Simple Veggie and 1/2 Vegan Chicken Florentine. The crust was more like soggy cardboard. The sauce was sour and bland. The veggies lacked flavor. The tiny diced chunks of "chicken" could hardly be tasted. And there was hardly any of the vegan cheese. I ended up putting real parmesan on it to give it more flavor. Maybe the real cheese pizza would be better (if they put enough of it on). 1.5 stars 2007-07-14

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