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Posted by Anonymous on 05/25/2008
would somebody please open another veggie place in williamsberg already, bliss is only ok, fine really.
Posted by lb on 05/03/2008
but my salad sort of tasted like i was eating grass..... on the plus side they often have wheat free baked goods which can be hard to come by. i would be willing to go back and try something else.
Posted by poopitch on 03/14/2008
I just came back from there and feel awesome-I eat like crap a lot of time -mind you my crap is pretty healthy -as a vegan for most of my adult life to an omnivore now I can definately appreciate some basic wholesome greens and brown rice. Macro food is what it is -pretty hard to get jazzed up or jazzy about it -Everything was cooked well -not overdone(veg) not underdone(rice) and the carrot ginger sauce was awesome -I think ill probably eat here everyday now till im sick of it -fair prices friendly server -pretty fast service and exactly what I expected -if you ask me rice and veggies are the most boring thing to cook at home . For me to cook rice-beans-seaweed-sweet potatoes-veggies and make a dressing sounds like a couple hours of prep, cooking, cleaning up not to mention I like em fresh and would probably make enough for days of leftovers -Ill try brunch tomorrow the negative was a super wobbly table (like drink spiller) pet peeve -surprising how many coffee shops and eateries have this problem though but in a way that im usually annoyed by ny in general (love/hate) Im not a hippy and like to eat animals but ive gotten kinda fat this winter sitting on my ass so ill be eating there a lot in my pursuit of a sexy spring me -its small so hopefully I can get in for brunch probably not a hotspot but 10 times better for you than creamy cheesy fat-which i love as well all that was complex carbohydrates feeding my brain -been a while
Posted by mizy k on 03/02/2008
The juices and desserts at Bliss are delightful, especially the peach pie and Energie Bee. But the service there is pretty ridiculous. I’m not too sure if she was just having a bad day but she ruined our experience there. Not just once but twice. I recommend "take out".
Posted by Anonymous on 03/01/2008
I went to Bliss on a blind date with a guy who was macrobiotic and very picky about restaurants, but he liked Bliss. I liked Bliss too. I thought it was good comforting food. I had a vegetable curry which I thought was pretty good, but not necessarily something I couldn't make at home. That's the thing about it- if you're macro, I don't see the point of going to restaurants, because it's all stuff you can do on your own and it'll probably be better and faster. But each to their own. I thought that the service was good, and the waitress was nice about making suggestions. I like their light-up star curtain in the window too- it's very intimate. I almost bought one just like it. I would probably eat here again if I was in the neighborhood. Not with that guy, though. He sucked.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/19/2007
Bliss should be better, but it's fine. Not many veggie choices in Williamsburg, so if you are looking for a cafe-like atmosphere with veggie entres or sandwiches, this is the place to go. But really, they should improve the music there. It's just bad radio played too loud, and it's always on.
Posted by larva on 09/30/2007
After a long wait for service, I was disapointed by my meal. What on earth compelled me to order the tempeh bacon? They had no resemblence to other fake bacons and were just two thick slabs of unflavored tempeh. My eggs were also cold. Very blah.