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Soy And Sake Village
Posted by Omar F on 01/12/2011
Great place. Many options. Good value for money especially during lunch.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/03/2010
Fish in the tank, not on the plate...as it should be. Vegan sushi is hard to beat.
Posted by veg on 02/12/2010
Every time I try something new, it's GREAT! My most recent love: the mango tofu dish. Go there. You won't be disappointed.
Posted by Tiffany on 11/06/2009
I am not a vegetarian/vegan in fact I love meat! This place however was awesome and I happily realized that the soy substitutions were tasty and efficient. We sat at the bar and the server was Paul, tall handsome fella, respects the art of bartending and his creations were superb. I will definitely return!
Posted by west villager on 07/20/2009
had to return my meal. honestly, i'm wondering if I just had bad luck based upon the other reviewers...but I ordered three things and they were all mediocre at best.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/17/2009
I'd never seen a sushi menu like this at a vegan restaurant. I was skeptical, but tried two of the special rolls and they were amazing. We're definitely coming back!
Posted by westvillager on 07/16/2009
Pad Thai - definitely it's not made by Thai. It had too many other ingredients that doesn't belong were there or missing key ingredients like an egg. I was lucky enough that I had a Tamarind sauce at home to add and make the dish taste like Pad Thai. Papaya Salad with shrimps - I wished those fake shrimps has some texture like nice grilled outside. It was mushy and bland. The salad looked like Papaya salad but the taste was off. I didn't know what it was coming from and then found it was from chopped peanuts. I think they were old. Needed more lime juice, garlic and red chili. Basically it looked like ones but tasted very foreign and bland. This place is for quantity than quality.