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Last 5 Reviews

Average rating:0 out of 5 stars 0 / 5.0 Based on 4 reviews.

Rating Comments   Reviewer Date
4 out of 5 stars The vegan pizza is a mild tasting tofu concoction and they pile it on thick -- I don't like globs and globs of tofu on my pizza. But I like it when I get one piece with the "notta ricotta" and one with other and then spread the toppings and cheese around. So there's potential. The salads are huge and full of beans. The staff is knowledgable about vegan options (including which beers to get). cinnazimt
Reviews: 20
3.5 out of 5 stars good, cheap food and very vegan friendly! the not-a-ricotta is yummy. i recommend the vegan calzone, but if you're not a huge fan of semi-cooked onions, then tell them to leave them out and order it with spinach and mushrooms, instead. i ordered the eggplant bake once, but wasn't so happy to see that there were more cloves of garlic than actual eggplant. Veganinjakitty
Reviews: 6
5 out of 5 stars THE place for vegan pizza in the East Bay! Try the sicilian thick crust--it's excellent. The not-a-ricotta on anything is a must. The eggplant bake is also a good option. Breadsticks are vegan! grrlburn
Reviews: 34
5 out of 5 stars The wonderful vegan Ricotta Cheese made for tofu is a famous vegan item. Their soy cheese is not vegan cause it contains casin. If you order their Spinach Calzone, for $8, it can serve 2 people. sunny
Reviews: 81

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