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Great Vegetarian Thai At Mondayoff By Plant Love House

I don’t write a lot about Thai food on this blog. I love Thai food, but it can be hard to find vegetarian versions of most dishes — many restaurants add nam pla, or fish sauce, to the dishes for … Continue reading

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Brunch At Hugo & Sons

For my first visit to Hugo & Sons, just a short walk from my apartment, we met my parents for brunch. Although the zucchini frittata and the roasted eggplant both sounded good, I only had eyes for the pizza. I … Continue reading

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Barboncino In Crown Heights

I’ve eaten a lot of pizza over the years, but I somehow never managed to make it to Barboncino in Crown Heights until recently. Initially I was underwhelmed by the menu, particularly the relatively low number of vegetarian pies available. … Continue reading

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A8 Pan Asian Vegan

I haven’t written about it on the blog but over the past year I’ve discovered the joys of ordering from Ginger House, an Asian restaurant that serves vegan and vegetarian versions of dishes like sesame chicken and pad thai. A … Continue reading

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Zucchini Fritters At Samesa In Williamsburg

I once met the Sussman brothers when they were operating a pop-up of Samesa at Berg’n. I didn’t try their food at the time, I was there to film an episode of Lost Vegetarian. I had heard they opened up … Continue reading

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Vegan Summer Vegetable Ramen

Sometimes when I get home from work I’m too tired to cook anything special. Occasionally, however, I start thinking about cooking something that requires preparation and precision. And that thought leads me to ramen. Here’s a vegan version I made … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Russian At Slavyanskiy Bazar

I can’t seem to stay away from Russian and Ukrainian restaurants. When my parents asked where to meet up with me and my girlfriend, my first suggestion was Slavyanskiy Bazar. I’d never been there, though I’d been past it many … Continue reading

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