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Posted by Veronica on 04/26/2005
You certainly don't have to be a vegetarian to enjoy the food and drink at Teany! I've been going there since it opened, and the food never falters. Moby and Kelly have hand-selected the best possible teas and tea combinations out there. If you enjoy sipping tea in a relaxed atmosphere with excellent food, I would HIGHLY recommend this cafe! Also, if you're a Moby fan...he stops by alot.
Posted by Mobyfan on 04/17/2005
I'm not much in to Vegan food, but I had some friends visiting that were. So I took them to a place I thought we both could enjoy. The food was tasty, but the service was poor. Meals arrived at three seperate times and nearly long enough between that we had time to finish before the next dish arrived. Not to mention we had to ask for the check three times.
Posted by anon on 03/20/2005
Went there for dinner- and to my surprise the menu offered a variety of choices (mostly veggie friendly). The food was fresh and the service was very helpful- even on a bust friday night, they explained everything (well at least the waitress we had). Space is a little tight- but manageable. The desserts are to die for- even for non vegans- who could ever tell when it's that good.
Posted by humhum on 03/05/2005
Me and some friends went to Teany the other week, looking forard to a good and healthy meal. We were surpriced to find that the menu has very few low-fat/calorie dishes, at least it appeared to be so. When we asked the waitress which of the dressings and soups that were the lightest she had no clue. Overall the food was pretty good, but we are still wondering if what we ate was low-calorie diet friendly or not...
Posted by A Manhattan resident on 01/23/2005
Teany is a great place if you're interested in experimenting with new kinds of tea. My friend and I went around 5:00 PM and ordered the "tea for two," which comes with two kinds of teas, four kinds of finger sandwiches, and some pastries for dessert. The food (and tea) were very good, and there was a lot more of it than I expected. We both ended up skipping dinner that night. The staff is friendly, and they were flexible in allowing us to make a substitution from the list of teas that we could choose from as part of the "tea for two." The place was very small and chaotic, so you have to be a little aggressive to get the staff's attention, but on the whole the service is very good. This might not be the place for a romantic anniversary dinner, but it's certainly a fun place to bring someone who loves tea or who just likes to experiment.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/29/2004
Though small (you have to go at the right time of day or it may be impossible to get a seat) and seemingly overpriced, the food is really good, the tea is even better, the atmosphere is funky and while I've had some really iffy service, the trend is generally towards good service. Plus it's Moby's restaurant. And anything of or relating to Moby is generally just awesome.
Posted by Pauleen on 09/23/2004
I honestly.. have never ever ever experienced Vegan Desserts like the ones at Teany. Even Carnivores can enjoy them. I'm in such Awe I've lost all words to describe it.