|I must be the only vegan who doesn't like this place. I used to like their Cuban black bean soup, even though it comes with white bread, but last time I was there vegan pig is now in it. I don't like vegan meats. All that interests me now are the desserts, more fun than tasty. Burgers and dosas can be ok depending on who makes them. Good place for groups to meet. Fairly easy parking.||LHLisavegan
|Owned by two brothers-1 is veg. Larger vegan dessert menu on weekends. Great food but the portions are small. They strive to make fresh bread 3 times a day. I was there one night there were 8 employees and 5 customers. If business is slow, maybe send some employees home. To find this place, it's one block from the roundabout. Look for the HUGE bill board and outdoor seats. parking n front||sunny
|Source has large and varied menu w/ Indian dosas, pizza, veggie burgers, sandwiches, salads, fries, desserts. Nearly all is either already vegan or can be prepared as such. Very customer-satisfactiion oriented. They make their own bread and vegan donuts, twinkies, cookies, etc. I enjoyed my eggplant and roasted peppers w/basil sandwich and fries. Owner made sure I was satisfied w/ everything.||Vegan Living
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