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The V Spot
Posted by Anonymous on 02/12/2008
My girlfriend and I went for the first time and we found everything was graet and we will definitely go back again soon.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/06/2008
I’d been meaning to try The V Spot for quite some time before I finally went there for dinner. I have to admit that I had high expectations, because a few of my friends had been several times and recommended it. I don’t know if they were having an incredibly off night or what, but the food was not good. To start, my boyfriend had the lentil soup. It appeared to be nice and thick, but upon spooning it into his mouth he discovered that it was fully loaded with pepper. It wasn’t the taste of over seasoning it tasted like someone accidentally dropped an entire pepper shaker in the pot and didn’t bother to start over. We also had a side of rice and beans that had no flavor what so ever. For dinner I had the Spinach Burrito, which my friend recommended, it was overstuffed, soggy, and flavorless as well. It was supposed to be “Mexican style” but just tasted like Italian style garlic & oil spinach, thrown in with black beans that came straight from the can. The faux cheese was either not on it or did not taste like anything. My boyfriend had the Fiesta Burger, which was covered in vegan sour cream, causing the bun to disintegrate. The burger itself, looked and tasted like a piece of paper. The service was not bad, as a lot of the other reviews said, just the food. It takes a lot for me to completely write-off a restaurant, but I can honestly say that I will not give The V Spot a second chance. I don’t know what my friends were thinking!
Posted by Park Slope Vegan on 01/28/2008
Unfortunately, it is places like this that give veganism a bad name. It actually pains me to think of non-vegetarians or brand-new vegans eating at The V Spot and mistakenly believing that all vegan food is as artificial-tasting, unexciting, improperly cooked and indifferently served as it is here. If only there were some other good vegan options in Park Slope.
Posted by veggieluva on 01/13/2008
Went here with a group of people. The food was awesome. The nachos are amazing as well as the spicy chicken and beans and rice. I have tried all vegan spots in manhattan (since i live in teh city)and V spot is by far worth the travel to brooklyn. The wine selections go great with the food. The spicy chicken wrap is really spicy but tastes amazing. I was impressed by the brownie dessert with ice cream - which was one of the best vegan ice creams i have ever tasted. The waiter/owner knows everything about vegan food and is very helpful in making [select]ions. I would recommend this restaurant for those who are not even vegans because you cant tell the difference. I cant wait until the summer when the outside deck is open.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/10/2008
Don't know why people complain so much about the place. I went in November with a bunch of people, nobody was a vegetarian either. I can see why people complain about the service, but no one in my party had any problem with the food. I think the bad reviews are just from people who went when it first opened (and wasn't as good) and decided to hate on it ever since. Also more likely to have people complain on reviews than people who were happy with their food come and post a review.
Posted by Blackckt on 01/01/2008
I don't know what everyone else is complaining about, but I think the food and service are fantastic. I've been there for brunch and dinner and have not had a problem. I hope they keep it up because there aren't that many truly vegan restaurants. I even took a non veggie person there and she enjoyed it. Anyway, keep up the good work.
Posted by tuscanynyc on 12/28/2007
I went to the V Spot today for the first time. I am a vegetarian, I've been living in Park Slope for about one year and was very excited when I found out there was a real vegan restaurant here. As much as I wanted to like it, I am afraid I was disappointed. I found no particular fault in the service or the decor, but the food was mediocre. I had "chicken" cutlets with mushroom gravy, collard green and mashed potatoes. The cutlets were hard as a brick, no better than the ones you buy in the supermarket and cook by yourself. If I hadn't known by the menu, I could have never told it was a mushroom gravy. It was like a gluey substance poured on top. The mashed potatoes were incredibly garlicky. My boyfriend had spicy chicken wings. The texture was unpleasant (very chewy) and they tasted much sweeter than spicy. Last, we ordered carrot juice, which I am pretty sure was coming right from a carton (I saw no juicer in the kitchen). And it is not a cheap restaurant: the entrees are $14 to $19 more or less.