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Sacred Chow

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  • Vegan, Vegetarian-Friendly, Health Food, Kosher, Local/Organic
  • 227 Sullivan St, New York NY10012 40.7296937 -73.9996713
  • (Btwn Bleecker & 3rd St)
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  • (212) 337-0863
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User Ratings (Based on 40 reviews)

3.885
Food 4.1 Value 3.7
Service 3.9 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(212) 337-0863
Website:
www.sacredchow.com
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 11am-10pm Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch
Features:
Romantic, Happy Hour, Gluten Free Items, Delivery, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering
Min Delivery:
18.00
Delivery Area:
10th to Spring St; Bowery to Hudson

User Reviews

  • Sacred Chow

    Posted by T on 12/06/2009

    Not Recommended

    I love vegan food, but the dishes we ordered were really not that great. The toasted bread with the hummus didn't make sense, and the seitan was not good.

  • Sacred Chow

    Posted by jbjn on 11/03/2009

    good food, fun atmosphere

    i am new to being a vegan and tok two non vegans. we ordered a bunch of the tapas menu and enjoyed 95% of it. I thought the hummus, sunflower and lentil pate, the pickles, the broccoli and the baby root vegetable latkes were great. we also liked the black olive seitan, the tofu meatballs, and the coconut angel cake. I recommend trying it! I thought the tapas menu was a great deal!

  • Sacred Chow

    Posted by Food86 on 09/30/2009

    Awesome

    My favorite restaurant. Really! The atmosphere is great, lit with cool string lights, exposed brick wall, modestly decorated. The food is delicious - I've been eating here even before I became a vegetarian. Try the Tempeh Reuben, Korean Tofu Cutlets, Black Olive Seitan. Also, the staff is adorable and friendly. Enjoy!

  • Sacred Chow

    Posted by darling on 07/11/2009

    Good food poor service

    such good food-a little over priced but food makes you feel like you are paying a little extra for quality and freshness. I suggest eating at the place, because ordering is a nightmare. Every time I have placed an order, on various days and time, it has taken well over an hour for the food to arrive. Such a shame because when I can't go in person it is very discouraging to want to have delivery, especially when the food is so food.

  • Sacred Chow

    Posted by Anonymous on 10/04/2008

    Disappointing

    I am a vegetarian and have eaten in pretty much every veg. Restaurant in NYC. This has to be on the bottom of the list. Food just didn't taste good. We ordered the tapas platter with mushrooms, root vegetable pancake, and Hummus. Mushrooms were extra chewy, pancakes were ok at best, Hummus had an unpleasant flavor. We also ordered pickles which were good and I got a Soup and Sandwich - they were out of orange seitan so i ordered black olive seitan - consistency and flavor way off soup was ok. Waitress was very helpful but overall dining experience was disappointing, would not return here.

  • Sacred Chow

    Posted by Justin on 09/03/2008

    Must try the Sundae

    I shared the sundae with my girlfriend recently and she (vegan) and I (omnivore) loved it. The chocolate sauce, blueberry sauce, and peanuts went together perfectly.

  • Sacred Chow

    Posted by Anonymous on 07/18/2008

    good soup, lame brownie

    I went in the middle of the afternoon, so my service was great (really friendly waiter!) and the soup was delicious....but I DID feel like the portions were rather skimpy for the price. On the online menu, the soup was listed as coming with bread in the restaurant, it cost $2 extra. If you're looking for a really decadent brownie, don't be tricked by the "triple chocolate" label - the brownie tasted like some sort of health bar. Very wheat flour-y. Which is fine, if that's what you're shooting for, but suffice to say I headed for Chelsea Market immediately after my visit to buy a SECOND brownie because that one simply didn't do the trick.

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