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Vegetarian Paradise (Brattleboro, VT)


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Vegetarian Paradise (Brattleboro, VT)

Bri | | Jul 17, 2008 06:16 AM

Fairly new restaurant on Canal St in Brattleboro, a short block up from the Brattleboro Co-op. I've tried it for lunch and dinner and I really liked the food. Its run by two Rasta men, there's Bob Marley on the speakers, and the food is very Carribean in its flavors. Even though they don't advertise as vegan, the menu states that they don't use any meat, eggs or dairy, which I'm pretty sure qualifies as vegan. They also state on their menu that they use all organic and local produce - nice!

What I've had so far is the Curry Tofu. A really nice creamy yellow curry with tofu, squash, cauliflower, onion. Really nice. The brown stew tofu had a really nice brown sauce with bit of bite or tang. The vegies were sliced really thin - onions, red peppers. Rice options with all entrees are brown rice or rice & beans combo.

Entree portions are Small, Medium and Large. The Med & Large sizes are primarily for take-out, but the Small portion is quite generous for $6.50.

The vegetable side dishes are only $1.50 and include Spinach, Kale, Cabbage, Broccoli and Cauliflower. The spinach is fantastic. They also feature fresh juices and ginger beer (yum!) and bottled water and juices.

Two people for dinner - 2 entrees, 1 veggie side, 2 ginger beers, less than $25 with tax and tip.

I really love it so far and wanted to spread the word. By the way, I'm not a vegetarian or vegan and I don't think meat eaters will really miss it unless they are completely averse to tofu.

Please NOTE that they are not open Sat or Sun, unfortunately. Currently, their hours are 11am to 8pm Monday thru Friday.

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