Chuck’s Donuts, 801 Woodside Street, Redwood Metropolis.
Falafel: Falafelle is an all-vegan Mediterranean restaurant with counter service, a cult favourite amongst falafel fanatics. Their menu, consisting of pita and falafel combos, is straightforward, however every entree is served with a bunch of toppings, together with pickled cucumbers and sumac onions. You’ll be able to end your meal with a chunk of vegan baklava. Falafelle additionally opened a brand new sister restaurant earlier this yr in San Carlos, Jood, which additionally provides a number of vegan and vegetarian sides and “sandweeshes.”
Falafelle, 1035 Ralston Ave, Belmont.
What SeRaw SeRaw: Que SeRaw SeRaw provides an all-vegan menu each week, with on-the-go breakfast objects, salads, entrees, snacks and desserts to go all through the week. Along with these particular menu objects, pastries and treats similar to raspberry cheesecake and blueberry scones are bought of their show case in Burlingame.
This SeRaw SeRaw, 1160 Cappuccino Ave., Burlingame.
Himalayan monsoon delicacies: Alongside the coast, Monsoon Himalayan Delicacies makes a speciality of conventional Nepali dishes with many meatless choices similar to vegan samosas, dal and 7 different vegan and gluten-free dishes. Proprietor Ram Chandra Subedi immigrated to america from Nepal in 1995 hoping to share his household’s recipes in America after serving friends from around the globe at his restaurant in Nepal.
Himalayan Monsoon Delicacies, 20 Stone Pine Street, Half Moon Bay.
Dae Jang Geum Tofu Home: Dae Jang Geum Tofu Home serves a number of vegan and non-vegan variations of soondubu, a spicy Korean tofu stew served in a effervescent pot. Plant-based clients can take pleasure in types of kimchi, mushrooms, ramen or soondubu greens.
Dae Jang Geum Tofu Home, 235 Southgate Ave., Daly Metropolis.
Backyard charges: With areas in Mountain View and Palo Alto, Backyard Contemporary is likely one of the few all-vegan Chinese language eating places on the peninsula. The restaurant places a inventive twist on conventional Chinese language delicacies through the use of plant proteins and greens to imitate widespread dishes similar to Kung Pao Hen, Beef with Broccoli and Candy and Bitter Pork.
Backyard Contemporary, 1245 W El Camino Actual, Mountain View; 460 Ramona St., Palo Alto.
Tin Pot Creamery: Tin Pot Creamery has been satisfying Bay Space residents’ ice cream cravings since 2012, based by former Fb culinary group worker Becky Sunseri. The ice cream store has 5 areas on the peninsula, plus a location in San Francisco, all of which provide a collection of vegan ice cream flavors. Vegan flavors presently out there at Tin Pot shops are Brownie Batter, Coconut, Mango, and Strawberry Lemonade.
Tin Pot Creamery, Palo Alto, Los Altos, Campbell, San Mateo, San Carlos.
Dosa Level: Dosa Level proudly serves each North and South Indian dishes, with numerous vegan choices from each cuisines. South Indian dishes usually embody dosa and different dishes centered on rice, lentils and stews, whereas North Indian delicacies is predicated on breads and curries. To accommodate vegan diners and lovers of North and South Indian cuisines, Dosa Level provides 10 vegan dosas on its menu, in addition to vegan Nutella bananas and chocolate dosa on the youngsters’s menu.
Dosa Level, 840 Willow Street, Menlo Park.
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