NYC Metro Area Vegan Restaurant Guide
Not Vegetarian (few decent vegan options)
Menu indicates vegan items
$$$$$ (Average entree cost: $5-$10)
- Visa ·
Sunday-Thursday- 11:00am - 11:00pm
Friday and Saturday - 11:00am - 1:00am *
* dine-in closes at 11:00pm
The closest subway stop to us is on the L train at 14th Street and 1st Avenue and also near
Astor Place (6)
8th St-Broadway (R, W)
Delivery is available for free, on orders of $10.00 or more (before tax & tip), from Houston Street in the south to 23rd Street in the north, and from Broadway in the west to Avenue D in the east.
There is no minimum for delivery if you live on 12th street between 2nd avenue and avenue A, or on 1st avenue between 11th and 13th streets. Otherwise the minimum order is $10.00 with no exceptions.
Vegan mac and cheese option (made with Coconut Milk, Rice Flour, Potato Flour, Palm Oil, Organic Palm Shortening, Marmite, Salt and Pepper.) that you can order plain or with additional mix-ins made with regular or gluten-free brown rice elbow macaroni. The multi-grain macaroni contains egg whites.
Review by conniex721 on January 19, 2011:
- I liked the mac and cheese, especially because you could add in any veggies you want. However, I also left with a bit of a stomach ache. Perhaps the coconut milk was too rich for me? The restaurant concept is very cute though, and it's a good place to go with people who are definitely not vegans.
Review by vegan zagats on May 27, 2010:
- My mate and I were so excited to try this place's attempt at a vegan mac 'n cheese. She and I were both disappointed with their offering. The taste was too sweet and the Marmite was a misstep with a funky after taste. Gave me a bit of a stomach ache after too.
At home, I have made a awesome mac n cheese that is miles better, Daiya helps in making it so right. After ordering from the owner, he requested input when we were done. When I told him my thoughts after finishing half of my plate and the odd off idea using nutritional yeast instead of the funny tasting Marmite, he seemed surprised and mentioned that Marmite has yeast in it. I personally think this is a pass on item.