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Posted by manhattan vegan on 03/26/2007
I live in Manhattan, but gladly go to Williamsburg to eat at Bliss. The food is simple, delicious, and well made. The tofu scramble on the breakfast menu is probably the best I've eaten (and most places have some sort of tofu scramble for us folk) - it had mushrooms and a fantastic mix of spices (cumin was involved, I think). The atmosphere is very unique - it's not big or flashy, just a nice place with nice food and nice people serving. I recommend it to vegans and nonvegans alike.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/21/2007
I really liked Bliss's brunch... I went alone because all were out with the holidays and i thought is was good.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/18/2007
I live in Williamsburg and go to Bliss fairly often. The food is pretty damn good and cheap for the neighborhood. The chili con pan is awesome as are the brunch dishes with tofu eggs. Everything is fresh and healthy. It's small and has a relaxed atmosphere. There's usually only one waitress but they'll always get you whatever you want. I definitely recommend giving it a try.
Posted by Anonymous on 10/26/2006
I can hardly remember what I ate here--I've been trying so hard to forget. I remember some kind of tofu sandwich and a poor salad with bland, watery dressing. I've been vegan for 10 years and have lived in NYC my entire life. Never in my 10 years of being vegan have I been so disappointed with a restaurant. How in the world this restaurant managed to screw up something as simple as a sandwich and a salad beats me. If you're a hipster with an eating disorder, this is the place for you. The service is pretty poor and the staff hardly makes you feel welcome.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/22/2006
so my girlfriend drags me here every weekend for brunch. First of all, they need a liquor/beer license-- who wants to do brunch without a mimosa or beer or something? Secondly, its as small as a goddamn shoebox, with unorthodox tables (i cut the hell out of my calf from a nail sticking out from the bench that serves as a chair/booth in the front), so it's often full. On the positive side, they serve a solid brunch and make some good salads. They even deign to serve real eggs and cheese to those of us who do not avoid animal products. Their baked goods (also vegan) are actually surprisingly good, and their french toast is real solid-- the tofu maple whip that comes as a side is the first tofu item i have ever enjoyed comsuming. Being able to see how small and cramped their kitchen is makes me glad they almost exclusively use vegetables, because bacterial contamination would be a certainty if they were using meat. Their juices are also pretty good, though who would want some of the combinations. They make pancakes every sunday, but i am still waiting for a week when the pancakes do not have banana in them