What are the best vegan/vegetarian restaurants in Austin?
Thanks for your questions “What are the best vegan/vegetarian restaurants in Austin”?
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Not all of these places are vegetarian. In no particular order:
Mothers: Try the TLT with avocado. It’s like a tempeh burger. Ask for the nutty brown chipotle sauce with your chips and salsa. Mothers’ tofu enchiladas are also very good.
Eastside Cafe: Their sides are so fresh and flavorful. The menu varies but their ravioli and their enchiladas are the best bet. They also have a brownie that you should get.
Fonda San Miguel: Not at all vegetarian but fantastic tamales, enchiladas, and chips and salsa, to name a few vegetarian options. Also, has some of the best flour tortillas in town. Get the cajeta for dessert
Somnio’s Cafe: Everything is local and there’s tons of vegan options too. The seasonal fry is great. For the longest time, its been sweet potatoes but Jay (the owner) told me that it’s going to be something else soon.
Blue Dahlia Bistro: Terrific salads, especially the four cheese salad.
House Pizza: Many many vegetarian pizzas, including the delicious rosemary potato and goat cheese pizza.
Daily Juice: I really should not encourage their price gouging but their fruit bowl is scrumptious. If you had the money to pay $10 for a bowl of fruit, you’d never get scurvy.
Abel’s on the Lake / Cain & Abel’s: This is as meatatarian as it gets but their saving grace is their black bean burger. It is one of the best I’ve ever had.
Hoa Hoa: A Dobie mall favorite. They have the best tofu in town. Get the broccoli tofu with curry sauce. Surprisingly, PF Changs comes in second for overall tofu quality.
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