There is nothing more rewarding in this world than to get to eat something that is really your preference without hassle. Being able to eat where you are comfortable with and where you can just be yourself is really something that people are looking for, to go with their friends and relatives, and to share wonderful experiences with other people.
If you are a meat lover, you would probably be eating in a fancy steak house or meat shop then buy something and store it in the fridge. And this also applies to vegetarians, it is more likely that in order to find the comfort in restaurants or hotel, they should be well aware of the recipes in the menu. If you vegan, you do just the same. You get to choose which restaurant really works for you and where you find comfort. Today, I am going to give you an option, either you want it vegan, raw, and organic, you can find it. Check out some of the New York’s finest vegan restaurants to date.
Quintessence – the home for a gourmet, dining retreat good for those vegan fans. It has been one of the most sought after place to date. Located at 263 E 10th Street, New York East Village, just around Manhattan, Quintessence brings in selections of food that are fit for dieters and vegan. The only thing that makes Quintessence different and unique is that they don’t heat food above 118ºƒ. This is to make the natural enzymes of fresh fruits and vegetables alive and fresh upon eating them. One of their famous recipes on the menu is Nori Rolls, packed with veggies and nut cheese, as well as the mock tuna wrap great for appetizer.
They also have breakfast menu which ranges from around $5.00 but not higher than $10, awesome way to save for a vegetarian meal. Usually, the joint is open for breakfast at around 10AM to 12 AM and that’s Monday till Friday. You might want to get your friends and check it out for a veggie treat. I just made Quintessence as part of my top choice for New York’s Vegan Restaurant.
B&H Vegetarian – Located also in the heart of Manhattan at 127 2nd Ave, between 7th and 8th Ave. This restaurant is designed for the crowd who are pretty health conscious yet still craves for a flavourful set of gourmet food. From their list of yummy soups and entrees, some of the best must try in their menu are these: hot borscht, the challah, and the potato pancakes, although Challah has not really been compelling enough for others, it’s a good one to try just to fend curiosity. Breakfast and lunch is served here so if you are aiming for a good start with your day, then B&H is here for you, although its not really my first choice of restaurant to go to with kids.
Maoz Vegetarian – This restaurant is more of a middle eastern restaurant that serves seven days a week, from 7:30 Am to 11PM, although weekends are different, usually it goes to start around 11AM to 12AM. Breakfasts, lunch and dinner is served here, and guess what, there is even an online ordering and delivery.So if you don’t want to get stuck in the pile of line waiting for their orders or food, the best way to go is delivery. Some of the best items in the menu are as follows:hummus, eggplant and avocado, which you get for only $1.75 while a salad box may go as high as $9.16.
New York is big, so it is always great to explore for places you really look forward to. Even the Chinatowns are awesome treat to go for a vegetarian dimsum, it only takes a courage to explore.