Green Earth Vegan Cuisine
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- Green Earth Vegan CuisineDec 27, 2012
I've been wanting to go to this place since it use to be a Hurry Curry. Thankfully this place lived up to my expectations.
Now let's move on to the food. First things first:
That was really vegan?!
I repeat. THAT WAS REALLY VEGAN? I wonder how they make their Gourmet Burrito taste like an imitated legit Mexican burrito minus the grease. It included brown rice, pico de gallo, guacamole, textured protein, and lettuce. That textured vegan protein reminded me of beef and the poco de gallo was good. I do wish they put a bit more guacamole. But overall, I really enjoyed it. My plate came with an option of sweet potato fries or salad. Of course I chose sweet potato fries. Yummy, BUT they seriously skimped out on them. Did you hear that Green Earth? Don't skimp on the sweet potato fries!
I also snagged a bite of my friends Portola Panini. Pretty good but the bread itself seemed sorta greasy. Or perhaps that's from the juices of the veggies inside?
For dessert we had the Fried Bananas with ice cream. The bananas reminded of this Filipino dish, called turon, just minus the jack fruit and fattiness. I liked it. I was very curious about the ice cream and whip cream. The ice cream reminded me of frozen yogurt and it was creamy. Surprisingly yummy. The whip cream wasn't bad either. I wonder how much they whip it to make it that good?
I wanna go back and try one of their fruit/veggie smoothies! Oh, and park at the school house parking lot. First 90 minutes are free!
- Green Earth Vegan CuisineFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
The menu for this place makes it looks like just another of the LA vegan Thai places, but from what we've tried so far, the quality is a bit better than most of them. It also feels like a proper restaurant, rather than a cafe, though they still don't serve alcohol.
Highlights so far have been their Summer rolls, and for dessert their Thai banana rolls.