Address: 498 Sanchez St (18th St), San Francisco 94114
Phone: (415) 626-4700
Category: Restaurant/Food Vendor (Vegan Friendly)
Restaurant Type: Eclectic/Fusion
Vegan Dessert: Yes
Accepts credit card: Yes
Parking: On the street
Notes: This tea lounge offers a huge variety of hot and cold teas; tea services; and a variety of foods from sandwiches, salads, Asian - all tea-related. They have many vegetarian and vegan options for each type of food, as well as vegan desserts.
|Added by Emily Kearney on 2005-06-28, Last update: 2005-06-29, Viewed 3612 times|
Average rating: 4.1 / 5.0 Based on 5 reviews. (Add/Edit your own review)
|The butternut squash dumplings are not vegan because they have egg. The TLT sandwich is my favorite, without mayo. Seriously, the marinated tofu rocks-add tahini too. yum! The jook with tofu is great too! The salads are always good with fresh fruit and the perfect amount of dressing and flavor. Curry is mediocre and not very appealing. A little overpriced, but I love the service, ambiance and TEA!||emsoprano
|The place looks very nice and has good service. The combinations it has are cool in that they have maybe 3 small dishes of a specific cuisine, served with a matching tea. However, the food itself is unfortunately mediocre and not worth going for at any price, much less the relatively high ones they charge. Good for people more into looks than taste. Not good for a food lover or tea lover.||meliae
|I've been the the lounge over at Yerba Buena, and the tofu curry is very tasty! it's a nice option for those of us who don't want food court food before a performance or movie.||Becca
|some of the best tofu ever, and the oolong rice is amazing. plus the place is adorable and the tea is delicious.||piper17
|I had the ginger-tofu maki bowl, which was amazing - delicate tofu, Oolong rice, crisp nori, and butternut squash/yellow squash pickles. Cool peppermint lavendar tea was earthy but good.||PikkuMyy
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