NYC Metro Area Vegan Restaurant Guide
502 Henry Street
Brooklyn NY 11231
Not Vegetarian (decent vegan options)
Menu indicates vegan items
$$$$$ (Average entree cost: $5-$10)
- Cash Only
Mon-Fri 7am-10pm; Sat 8am-10pm; Sun 8am-9pm.
At corner of Sackett Street.
Naidre's does not deliver.
Breakfast sandwiches and wraps made with tofu. They also serve vegan sandwiches and soymilk. There's usually a vegan diner entree in the evenings.
Review by JBMvegan on October 10, 2007:
- I don't know why Naidre's Everything bagel with veggie tofu cream cheese, tomatoes, cucumbers, and onions is so freaking delicious, but it is. I could eat it every weekend for breakfast (and sometimes I do). They have a few other vegan options and sometimes vegan baked goods as well. I've never had any problems with the service there.
Review by lizette on April 1, 2007:
- The food here is okay, but some of the people that work here aren't very pleasant. They do substitutions - you can ask for tofu and/or veggie bacon in place of other things, and they have a vegan "egg" salad, etc. but I've also gotten eye rolls and strange whispers between the staff when I've made such substitutions. (This hasn't entirely discouraged me from going - there aren't many places with vegan brunch options in the neighborhood, and some of the other people that work there have seemed much nicer..)
Food as a whole is relatively on the bland side.
Review by susie on December 12, 2006:
- I like the atmosphere at Naidre's: not everyone looks up from their MacBook Pro to check you out when you walk through the door, and the interior is well-appointed with stylish vintage-type accessories. Other than that, my experience was mediocre. I ordered a soy latte and my friend ordered soy cappucino. The woman working the counter said she couldn't make a soy cappucino, because "soy milk doesn't really foam at all," but friend politely convinced her that foam was indeed in the realm of soy milk possibility. Woman rolled her eyes and made two non-foamy crappy capps. The varied smoothie selection intrigues me, but I don't think I'll go back.