Cosmic Cafe. Restaurant: Vegetarian-Vegan. The menu is full of great soups and a save-the-planet curry that will knock your non-wool socks off.
The ever-changing lunch buffet is a favorite for nearby downtown workers. The swirling zucchini noodles, red bell peppers, and sweet and green onions will calm your nerves.
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But most folks head here for the pizza topped with gloriously melty kosher cheese. Restaurant: Italian, Mediterranean, Pizza. Richardson Walnut St. Park Cities Berkshire Lane.
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This means no meat, eggs, or milk, and also no wool, goose down, or leather. The cafe also offers healthy eating classes. Vegetarians want to eat healthy but perhaps still wear leather shoes. Here you get exotically spiced red lentil stew and injera a spongy flatbread mixed with tomatoes and onions and tossed in a lemon vinaigrette.
The low-cost buffet has fresh stir-fried vegetables, savory rice noodle dishes, and mushroom soup. Newsletter Keep me up to date on the latest happenings and all that D Magazine has to offer. If you are looking for a no-frills vegetarian or vegan meal, this cafeteria with community seating and paper plates is your place.
The menu includes gluten-free items and some of the best desserts made without dairy products. It is a healthy way to leave a smaller footprint on the planet and support animal rights. The menu features a wide variety of Italian and Mediterranean food.
Alongside its other worldly kitchen, Cosmic has yoga classes, Zen readings, and meditations. Unlike vegans, some vegetarians consume dairy products and eggs. No one goes home hungry here.
The tikil gomen wot—cabbage, potatoes, and carrots cooked with garlic and turmeric—is hearty enough for all appetites. Pho is made with a broth of carrot, onion, celery, ginger, leek, and star anise.
And there is food, lots and lots of delicious, veggie-based food. Expect oodles of noodles and dishes spiked with pungent spices served with tofu and soy.
GOT IT! Spiral Diner. The owners also run the popular music venue next door, so they make sure there is something for everyone to eat.
Here the Ayurvedic art of cooking for the body, mind, and spirit fills the menu with Indian-inspired dishes that promote good health. The menu includes filling vegan and vegetarian selections, plus grass-fed beef burgers and flatbre with a gluten-free crust option.
Vegans do not consume any animal products. This tiny restaurant in Richardson has been serving fine vegetarian food inspired by the western state of Gujarat and some South Indian specialties since A long list of appetizers makes it easy to take a group and order a nice cross-section of the menu.
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Spiral also has an excellent bakery. You could eat a whole meal here and never know you were eating vegan. Restaurant: Ethiopian.