Sacred Chow: NYC

So today I hit a good place for lunch. I don’t go to often, but maybe I should:) Sacred Chow is on Sullivan Street downtown between west 3rd and Bleeker ( right across the street from the Peanut Butter and Co.) a small cozy little vegan cafe with lots of different soys. They have so many tapas to choose from. Today I got the 4 Seasons Salad with apple slices, beets, carrots, and crunchy yuba strips ( tofu skin) with a dijon dressing along with the Orange Blackstrap BBQ Seitan with onions for some good protein. The Salad only $9.95 was HUGE! I ended up taking half home for later .. This salad was so good- the yuba strips are nice and crunchy with fresh veggies to go with. The Seitan was also really really good. I love seitan and they did it justice for sure:) I also got an order of the Mama soy meatballs with sicillian sauce to go – these are super good had them before and there really yummy. Of course I had a green ice tea to go with:). Great food, healthy, lots of choices. . I would recommend this place if your a vegan goo roo otherwise you might not understand the menu all that well:)

Peace, Love and Vegan Food,

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. gargupie
    Oct 10, 2010 @ 01:29:50

    I was there for brunch today! I had the salad (small) and I just loved the beets. Sadly, they didn’t have any black beans today. Beans are my source of protein. My friend ordered the mama meatball and said it had a kick to it.


    • veganscraps
      Oct 10, 2010 @ 02:04:29

      I adore there salad!! they put so many things in it!! Those meatballs are delicious! You guys should also tried the Orange black strap seitan.. MHM amazing!!


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