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Green Cuisine: Not Quite Vegan Paradise!
After a few years of grumbling, I managed to convice my meat-and-potatoes father to take me to Green Cuisine, an all-vegan buffet. Rather than being all-you-can-eat, Green Cuisine lets you take what you want and then charges you by weight. There is a great salad bar that's quite a steal, but when you get into the heavier hot entrees the value-meter starts dropping. All of the vegan dishes were good, and the cheese-less lasagna really stood out (who would have thought vegan lasagna would be edible?). I had a good chocolate-espresso cake for dessert, but I must say the orange cheesecake looked a little suspicious! How do you make cheesecake without the cheese?
Overall, the food was good but overly pricey. You'd get much more bang for your vegetarian buck at Rebar.
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Green Cuisine: Vegetarian digs
Buffet style. Priced per grams so can be expensive if you don't "weigh" your options (careful rice is heavy). Good soup cheap too. I never like their Tempeh (though I think that is what is supposed to taste like - maybe I just don't like tempeh.
Favorite Dish: Great fries - you can buy them in a bowl (this makes them cheaper). Lots of stuff for salad, which is why I usually go there.
The Green Cuisine: The Green Cuisine
The fact that I know exactly what the ingrediants are, owing to the fact that I have food allergies.
Favorite Dish: It is cafeteria like, and vegetarian, but all ingrediants are listed, and you serve yourself. This place is found in the lovely old Market Square.
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