MUNDO VEGAN – is a setting where your senses, appetite and desire for a delicious, healthy meal can harmoniously coexist.
Full address is: 20 Church St, Montclair, New Jersey 07042
They have created a vegan world for you when you visit them. Mundo Vegan is a setting where your senses, appetite and desire for a delicious, healthy meal can harmoniously coexist. They strive to satisfy all who dine at Mundo Vegan, from the omnivore to the vegan foodista. Their food is a blend of healthy and comforting – family favourites that they have grown up enjoying but – with a delicious vegan twist. They are dedicated to organic, non GMO, palm oil free, and gluten free (where indicated in menu), and believe that a delicious meal should be good for your heart and soul. They are thrilled to be able to provide that for you at Mundo Vegan. Menu changes with the local seasons, so please check back often to see how they are creatively using the local harvest in their menu.
Their cuisine covers American (Traditional), Caribbean, Cuban, Latin American and is all Vegan.
They do take reservations however walk ins are most welcome, great for group reservations, they do take outs, are little people friendly, offer waiter service and have a marvellous outdoor seating section!
Call them on: (973) 744-5503
Email them here: email@example.com
and check out their web here: http://mundovegannj.com/
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This seductive raw vegan cheescake of the day: made with banana, pineapple, & pink dragon fruit with a macadamia nut & date crust tastes as exotic as it looks! And can be enjoyed at Greens & Vines Raw Vegan Restaurant (Licious Dishes) Honolulu, Hawaii
We’ve just discovered Mono Cafe Bar in Glasgow, Scotland, whose menu is 100% free from animal produce. With such a large menu of options, you will have to return to Mono again and again before you’ve tried everything, and it will be worth it! Recommended: the smoked tofu and vegetable thai curry, followed by banana fritters with ice cream and maple syrup. (Main Courses – £6-8)
Mono is an exciting bar, restaurant and music venue proudly serving drinks and home cooked dishes, all free of meat, fish and dairy products. Mono is renowned for it’s relaxing atmosphere and much loved inbuilt record store, Monorail Music.
They take reservations, walk-ins are welcome, good for groups, good for kids, take out, waiter service and offer outdoor seating.
Lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks.
Their address is: 10-12 King’s Court, King Street, G1 5RB Glasgow, United Kingdom
Open: Mon – Tue: 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Wed – Thu: 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Fri – Sat: 11:00 am – 1:00 am
Sun – 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Contact them on: 01415532400
General Manager is Colin Kearney
Check out their website at : http://www.monocafebar.com/
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As their beautiful logo suggests, done by hand… Like everything on Rayén Vegano! 🙂 Do give their page a thumbs up, support vegan restaurants all around the world, and share them out!
If ever you’re in Spain, Madrid, do swing past! They offer you vegan, handmade, organic and healthy food! They use only fresh organic ingredients, buying them at local producers. Everything is vegan and homemade: tasty, good for the planet, and great for your health! They serve breakfast, brunch, soul Food, vegan. They cook in the charming Barrio de Las Letras, close by Antón Martín Metro Station and C/ Huertas.
Their address is: C/ Lope de Vega, 7, 28014 Madrid, Spain
Opening hours are: Mon:10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wed – Thu:10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Fri:10:00 am – 4:00 pm and 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm
Sat:11:00 am – 4:00 pm and 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm
Sun:11:00 am – 4:00 pm
They do accept Visa, Mastercard and Cash
Takes reservations, good for kids, take out and waiter service
Contact them on: 675382072
Their email is: email@example.com
Their website: https://rayenvegan.wordpress.com/
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Ain Soph.Journey is a quiet, cozy café-slash-restaurant in Shinjuku that serves as an herbivorous haven amid Tokyo’s primarily carnivorous culinary jungle—and renders “vegan” synonymous with “delicious.”
Located right in front of Shinjuku-sanchome Station’s exit C5, Ain Soph.Journey instantly immerses visitors in its laid-back atmosphere, enhanced by the warm, earthy colors of its West Coast-inspired interior.
The menu is extensive, boasting a wide array of Western-style dishes that extend beyond the standard fare at most Tokyo veggie eateries.
On the a la carte, try the Spanish omelet (¥800), which substitutes eggs with a tofu cream base, creating a similarly fluffy texture. The karaage (¥600) puts a veggie spin on Japanese fried chicken nuggets, replacing the poultry with soy meat, making this a low-cal treat.
Glasses of organic French and Austrian wine in need of company have a friend in the cheese platter (¥1,200), made of vegetable cheese—which is inexplicably hard to find in a country where soy milk runs like water.
The vegetable paella (¥1,400), nutty dry curry (¥1,350), veggie tortilla roll (¥1,600) and the mushroom Hayashi rice (¥1,300) all make satisfying main dishes.
The true stars of Ain Soph, however, are found in the dessert section. The pudding a la mode (¥850) is surprisingly creamy and caramel-sweet, considering the dish is completely free of egg, dairy or refined sugar; as is the nutty carob chip brownie (¥700).
The “tenjo no (heaven’s) vegan pancakes” (¥1,400) earns its name. It’s delectable and equal parts fluffy and light, emitting a flavor that’s buttery despite being dairy-free, and sweetened with Agave syrup, accompanied by a scoop of homemade soy ice cream.
Those craving a bit of everything can try the dessert plate (¥1,200), an assortment of everything except pancakes—they’re their own entity.
The prices are a little up there, but the food is top-notch and hearty—and is sure to sate vegans and non-vegans alike.
1F Shinjuku Q Bldg., 3-8-9 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku. Nearest station: Shinjuku-sanchome. http://ain-soph.jp/english.html
A huge hand to Martin Leroux for his stunning exposé of this very beautiful vegan restaurant in Tokyo! We pay it forward. Please do share this little gem out there, and do forward your favourite vegan restaurant to us that you frequent, we would love to forward them to the world.