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Blue Sage

Lori | Jan 11, 2003 03:49 PM

We ate at Blue Sage Vegetarian Grille (a BYO) last night in Southampton, PA (despite the fact that neither of us are vegetarians). Although it was a trek (just past the intersection of Second Street Pike and Street Rd), everything about it was outstanding. Go with an appetite because the portions are HUGE!

We had a special soup - corn & potato chowder, followed by roasted red pepper hummus served with toasted foccacia and grilled veggies, fried smashed plantains served with two sauces - mango bbq and chile mole, and for the entrees we had the macadamia black bean cakes served with the same two sauces as the appetizer and Israeli couscous on top of a grilled pineapple, and quesa rustica with a ancho chile crema (mixture of smoked mozzarella and grilled veggies). Finally, we had a dessert (don't ask where we found the room) which was a lemon sorbet served in the lemon shell. Next time I'd probably share an appetizer since the portions are so large and perhaps skip dessert. The majority of entrees were priced between $10-$16, and the appetizers are between $7-$8. Desserts ranged from $4-$6. What a deal!! And we have TONS of leftovers!

The web site for the restaurant, with an accurate menu, is

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