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Blossom on Carmine
Posted by Cathy G. on 03/13/2013
It was my first time at Cafe Blossom and I will definitely be back.. the cashew cheese dumplings were to die for. As my entree I had the mushroom stuffed phyllo dough and that was very good. As we were a party of 6, I got to try a few other appetzers and all were good. My friend ordered the pizza and that tasted incredible and is what I will order when I return. Our waiter was very nice and the service was excellent.
Posted by nyfoodie on 05/23/2012
oh, that's right--not everyone can afford to go vegan. perhaps one day organic vegan fare will become more affordable. the food is SOOO delicious, well-prepared, healthy. the staff was very professional. only a 4.5 for atmosphere because there was an odor emanating from the just-polished hardwood floors that was quite strong (we visited the restaurant just days after it opened, but still--to smell noxious fumes while consuming such tasty vegan treats was rather a buzz kill). otherwise, the layout, table setting, decor, etc was fantastic. HIGHLY recommend this place for lunch and dinner. will find time to try their brunch. oh, hey--BLOSSOM: while you're in the process of expansion, how about you consider a smallish store in Washington Heights? i'd order from you at least 3x week! :-)
Posted by WestVillager on 05/18/2012
Seitan piccata was cut about 2 bite sizes and it tasted very meaty good (but then, it was bit sour for me. Adding honey over made really tasty like Chinese orange beef but then can not do for Vegans. Chocolate strawberry parfait- chocolate was rich, very rich and dense but fresh strawberry cut the richness and cream (I have no idea what kind of cream that was...?) smooth the richness of chocolate and made easier to enjoy. I am very full and happy.