One couldn't tell just by looking, but this Chinese restaurant doesn't serve any animal products; it's 99 percent vegan. The "meats" here--found both on the menu and the constantly changing buffet--are made with textured vegetable protein or are tofu look-alikes. There are also purely vegetable dishes--no fakers--including stir-fried spicy zucchini, veggie lo mein and crunchy spring rolls. Like Suma Veggie Café, its sister restaurant, Veggie Garden is as customer-friendly as it is animal-friendly. Its pantry and fridge and freezer cases also offer non-animal household goods, foods and imitation meats it uses in the dishes.
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